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I think that one of the very best ways to spend a Sunday morning / afternoon in Ajijic is to go for breakfast / brunch / lunch at one of the small restaurants along or nearby the Malecon. Then take a lazy walk along the...More
My first few weeks in Ajijic were filled with curious trips to town via taxi, since we were far away from the town plaza. But despite the adorable shops and people, to attempt jogging, my form of fitness, would probably cause a broken bone or...More
Beautiful, scenic, low key village on Lake Chapala. I would highly recommend a visit. Great restaurants, friendly locals, a lot of happy expats, an authentic Mexican Village with cobblestone roads in the village but nice highways to Guadalajara. Just a nice blend of the old...More
Never a bad day at the malecon. Quiet syring the week, busy on weekends.
The view is spectacular from wherever you are there.
4 seasons offer differing flowers and trees blooming.
Rain greens everything up and cools things down.
They've moved the playground equipment to...More
It is beautiful on this malecon, this time of year especially... the freshness of the air by the lake following the night rains, the Green of the mountains, and the happiness of the friendly people and dogs... eye candy in the early day...
This is a very nice stretch of lakeside boardwalk. Sit on one of the many benches and enjoy a great lake view. Have a bite to eat at Maria Isabel. Very few vendors make for a peaceful walk. Bring your dog.
This was a weekday....More
Surprisingly Ajijic's Malecon is down right ugly and in need of a facelift. The rest of Ajijic is charming and sweet so the malecon was a letdown and actually a bit scary at night. On the other hand Chapala's Malecon is absolutely beautiful. So, so...More
Response from DebbieC293 | Reviewed this property |
There are many restaurants within walking distance of where you’re staying and all are very good. My favourite is Cocinart by far! Tango is also very good with a large menu. You are in restaurant heaven so enjoy!