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Full-Day San Sebastian del Oeste Tour from Puerto Vallarta

  • A tour of San Sebastian del Oeste from Puerta Vallarta with tequila and coffee tastings
  • Discover the scenic, mountainside mining village with a guided visit
  • Tours are capped at 15 people for an intimate experience
Full-Day San Sebastian del Oeste Tour from Puerto Vallarta
From US$81.00
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Full-Day San Sebastian del Oeste Tour from Puerto Vallarta
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San Sebastian del Oeste is one of Mexico’s best-preserved colonial towns, a history-filled mountain abode packed with incredible art, architecture, and food. During this intimate, guided group tour of the cobblestoned historic center, you’ll discover the charms of the picturesque town and sample drinks from a tequila distillery and the region’s oldest organic coffee factory. A savory traditional lunch buffet is included.
What to Expect
Puerto Vallarta is known for its beaches along the picturesque Pacific coast. But, the surrounding mountains also hold their own charms. Travelers who make their way into the tranquil green hills find themselves richly rewarded.
During this intimate guided tour from Puerto Vallarta, head to San Sebastian del Oeste to explore the scenic 17th-century mining town, founded by silver-seekers under Spanish rule. The group is capped at 15 people guaranteeing an intimate visit, as you wander through colonial churches, colorful public squares, and a local silversmith shop.
Then, head to a local tequila factory to taste different regional varieties of the agave-based spirit. You’ll also have the chance to visit the region’s oldest organic coffee factory and sample homemade brews made from local beans. Your culturally enriching visit ends with a leisurely buffet meal at a popular local restaurant, with regional delicacies representing the flavors of the Mexican mountains.
Reviews (21)
1 - 5 of 14 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
Wonderful Day trip

Antonio from Vallarta Adventures led our tour through coffee plantation, an old hacienda, agave farm and tequila maker with a great detailed explanation of local history and culture. Can't forget the amazing bakery where I ate too much! Lunch was great and I wish the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank GaryGTX
Reviewed 7 May 2018
Worth the extra time!

If you want to "get away" from the beach and city for one day, this experience is worth the time and $. The travel is on sometimes roads that are a little rough (like a not so smooth "black" line back road in the U.S.,...More

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank johnclaurie
Reviewed 28 April 2018
Great tour of San Sebastian

We were picked up at our Nuevo Vallarta Hotel and then transferred to Puerto Vallarta. They used a smaller bus, A Mercedes Sprinter, which made the tour far better than the ones using large busses. THe guide talked about the origins of Mexico on the...More

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank dwilli3038
Reviewed 3 April 2018
Discover the Real Mexico

A marvellous adventure to see an authentic colonial town while learning some great things about Mexico. A small tour group from various resorts and even broader nations were whisked from the coast with Hugo behind the wheel and Jorge providing a wealth of information about...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank BlackDogCountry
Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile
Fun day in the mountains

A group of 4 ladies took this day trip from Grand Luxxe while our husbands golfed. Jorge picked us up in an air conditioned Suburban and I knew we were in for a special day. We spent the 90 minute drive there discussing the local...More

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6 October 2018|
Response from dwilli3038 | Reviewed this property |
I believe that there is room
25 June 2018|
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Response from dwilli3038 | Reviewed this property |
You would need to do it through the cruise line or contact the tour line. It is a relatively long tour so you need to be careful about the hours your ship is in port. We were at a resort and they picked us up at our resort
Arika A
26 May 2018|
Response from Ken C | Reviewed this property |
You may have to walk out to the main street to a rendezvous point. Contact them by phone for specifics