Nuevo Leon’s North Zone is made up by eight municipalities; it is known as “the cradle of the kid”.

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Founded by brother Diego Vázquez on January 7, 1821. It was originally named San Nicolas de Gualeguas. The actual name comes from the Gualeguas indians that lived in the region. The reason behind it’s foundation was evangelization. It is located northeast of the State in a region called “Coastal Plain of the Gulf”. It borders on Paras to the north, on General Treviño to the south, the state of Tamaulipas to the east, and Sabinas Hidalgo to the west. The municipal capital is at 26º 19′ latitude north and 99º 32′ longitude west at a height of 180 MASL.


Santa Rosa Valley

Visit a picturesque town with waterfalls such as La Purisima and the riverbanks that come from the San Antonio de...

Presa Agualeguas

There are grills, a swimming pool for children, playground, swing, slide, seesaw, tables, benches, and fantastic tree-shaded areas.

Agualeguas Parish of the Immaculate Conception

Located next to Agualeguas main square.

El Nogalar Park

This place has swimming pools, a river, sports fields, and grills.

Stairway to Heaven

Go up to the summit and spot the Cerro de la Bandera, El Picacho, El Cero de Enmedio, Tejocotes Hill,...

Lady Margarita de Gortari de Salinas Cultural Center

Municipal space previously used as a hacienda and house. It has three rooms for temporary exhibitions. There is an auditorium,...


This municipality owes its name to a region that occupies the Anahuac Plateau in the Valley of Mexico. This is a very politically young entity. The constituted area belonged mostly to the municipality of Lampazos de Naranjo, Nuevo Leon, and a small area to the municipality of Vallecillo, Nuevo Leon. Anahuac is located at 27º17′ latitude north and 100º00′ longitude west at a height of 335 MASL. Borders with the US, Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas and Coahuila to the north; to the south with Lampazos de Naranjo and Vallecillo; to the east with Guerrero, Tamaulipas; and to the west with Juarez, Coahuila.


Snail Trail

One of the first marked trails in Nuevo Leon, it offers a rural road that leads to incredibly beautiful places...

Salty River

Fishing, sports, and recreation.

Salinillas Lagoon

Go camping, fishing, boat riding, jet skiing, and more.

Experimental Farm


Bustamante, covered entirely by trees, welcomes you with a mezcal factory. As you go further in, you can see streets filled with old typical houses. Aside from its amazing caverns, what makes this town famous is its delicious homemade bread, made with wheat flour, brown sugar, anise, cinnamon and walnuts. Location: 119 km from Monterrey city, over Colombia Highway.


La Magia de Bustamante Tour 

Visit the Bustamante Caves, the Historical Center, the Alley of the Kiss, San Lorenzo Spring, and the Museum of Living...

Grutas de Bustamante Tour (Caves)

Bustamante Caves, also known as Palmito Caves, are located in the Sierra de Gomas, 107 km northwest from Monterrey and...

The Canyon Recreational Park

Natural recreational park.

La Alameda Bustamante Park

It features a pool, wading pool, dressing rooms, canopies and grills.

El Molino Park

It has 11 pools and grills.

Museo de la Memoria Viva (Living Memory Museum at Bustamante)

This Museum focuses on Bustamante’s local history and the Tlaxcalan culture influence, especially in current professions.

Magical Lunadas in Bustamante

Enjoy the sky and stars with a bonfire, music, and friends.

Grutas de Bustamante (Bustamante Caves)

The Bustamante Caves, also well-known as ‘Palmito Caves’, are located in the Sierra de Gomas, 107 km northeast from Monterrey...

Callejón del Beso (Kissing Alley)

This picturesque place surrounded by trees and vegetation has been the favorite for couples in love.

Bustamante Magical Town

Bustamante is located northwest of the state at coordinates 26°35′ north latitude and 100°31′ west longitude, at a height of...

Lampazos de Naranjo

The name goes after these fruit plants, and also in honor of General Francisco Naranjo. Located northwest of the State, in the Coastal region of the golf, at 27º01′ latitude north and 100º31′ longitude west, at a height of 335 MASL. Borders on the north with Anahuac and the state of Coahuila; on the south with Bustamante, Villa Aldama and Sabinas Hidalgo; on the east with Anahuac and Vallecillo; and on the west al poniente with Juarez and the state of Coahuila. Distance from Monterrey to Lampazos: 164 km.


San Diego Spring Park

You will enjoy a spring framed within a landscape and shadows of gigantic sabinos.

Museum of History of Lampazos de Naranjo and the National Weapons

Very special space in which a collection of more than 400 weapons that were used in different times is exhibit....


The new villa is named Paras in honor of Don Jose Maria Paras and Ballesteros; first constitutional governor of the State of Nuevo Leon. Paras is located in the northwest region of the state at 26º30′ latitude north west, with an altitude of 165 MASL. It is considered one of the lowest municipalities over sea level. It borders on the north and the east with the state of Tamaulipas; on the south with Agualeguas; and on the west with Vallecillo.

Sabinas Hidalgo

Located on the northern region of the State, coordinates on latitude north 26º31′ and longitude west 100º10′ at 313 MASL. Borders on the north with Lampazos de Naranjo; on the south with Salinas Victoria and Higueras; on the east with Vallecillo and Agualeguas; and on the west with Lampazos de Naranjo, Villaldama and Salinas Victoria.


Saint Joseph Temple

It was built in 1710, its main attraction is one of a kind 23 carat altarpiece with a Churrigueresque style.

La Turbina Park

It has a waterfall of 5 meters high, canopies, grills, little boats and water fountain.

Sabinas Regional Museum

Arrowheads are exhibit, as well as other interesting historical documents.


The name is taken from the patron saint Carlos de Borromeo, and Vallecillo goes for the geographical location of the royal. It is also believed that the name was taken from a place in Spain. Located in the northern region of Nuevo Leon, with coordinates 26º40′ latitude north and 99º58′ longitude west at a height of 274 MASL. Borders on the north with Lampazos de Naranjo and Anahuac; on the south with Sabinas Hidalgo and Agualeguas; on the east with Paras; and on the west with Lampazos and Sabinas Hidalgo.


Palo Alto Recreational Park


Carlos Borromeo Church


The Plummet House



Named in honor of warlord of the Revolution: Juan Aldama. Located in the northern part of the State, at 100º25′ longitude west and 26º30′ latitude north, at a height of 420 MASL. Borders on the north with Lampazos de Naranjo and on the south with Salinas Victoria; on the west with Sabinas Hidalgo and on the west with Bustamante. Approximate distance to the capital of the State is 96 km.