We’ve fallen in love with the heavenly desert light that falls daily upon this colonial mountain town, along with the welcoming warmth of the Mexican people.
San Miguel de Allende has been deemed a world heritage site and is the spiritual home of Mexico’s independence movement.
A renowned international haven for expatriate and Mexican painters, musicians & writers
(Frida Kahlo hosted her famous Salons here), this historic town has maintained a vibrant Mexican culture — with traditional handicrafts, folkart, street processions & lively fiestas.
"Wonder how charming San Miguel de Allende — a quiet colonial town in Mexico — became the No. 1 city on Earth? Its thriving culinary scene and rich culture."
Travel + Leisure (2017)
With its colorful architecture, beautiful rooftop gardens, cobblestone streets, and energetic spirit, San Miguel de Allende is a center of creative art-making and globally-minded living.
From its plentiful artisanal shops and art galleries, noteworthy restaurants and cafes, and live music venues, there’s never a shortage of engaging communal life in San Miguel.
In the midst of these festive splendours, San Miguel de Allende invites the soul to relax, ponder the present and reinvent the journey.
“San Miguel de Allende is for finding out who you are or who you can be. The town itself seems to be a medium for healing and growth.” Los Angeles Times