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Exploring Valle de Bravo

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Boutique spa hotels and centuries-old churches sit cheek by jowl in this low-key lakeside town.

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Destinations: Valle de Bravo

Inspired by: 5 Best Ways to Explore Valle de Bravo, Mexico — by Jeff Spurrier, Published Nov. 2007

Hotels (1)

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    Rodavento Boutique Hotel

    The area's top hotel has 28 stylish—and affordable—tented suites and a Japanese onsen–inspired spa, complete with bamboo furniture, burning incense

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Restaurants (2)

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    Boga Boga

    Keep it simple: grilled trout and a margarita.

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    Dipao Pizza y Vino

    The mediterranean-inspired restaurant's wood-burning oven delivers crispy, thin-crust pizza.

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    FlyMexico

    Get a bird's-eye view of Valle's pine forests and mountains with a paragliding lesson from FlyMexico. You'll leap off the 7,300-foot-high Peñón de

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    Valle la Revista

    Take a tour on a J-24 racing sailboat with expert guide Tito "El Chino" Benítez. Race other crafts around the lake or lazily explore the area, stop

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    Temple of Santa María Ahuacatlán

    The church's fire-blackened Black Christ (Cristo Negro) sculpture is said to perform miracles and attracts thousands of Mexican pilgrims each year.

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