You cant miss out on Campeche; here we tell you which places you can visit on your next trip to this fantastic colonial coastal town.
Mexico is rich in various aspects, one of them, its natural diversity, which can make you feel like you are visiting different time periods and therefore very distinct landscapes, you can visit from a desert to a beach, from a mountain to a tropical jungle, and everything in between, inside this beautiful country.
But when it comes to well preserved, beautiful colonial cities, there is no place like San Francisco de Campeche (Campeche’s orginal full name).
The Gastronomy of Campeche
The state of Campeche is one of the states of the Mexican Republic that has major tourist attractions and a vast travel offer for those who visit it, much like its natural reserves and ancient Maya ceremonial centers.
In the same way, its gastronomy is exquisite, since it merges diverse flavors such as Arabic, Spanish and Maya, with seafood.
The “Langostinos” restaurant is one of the most famous and widely recommended in the city.
Casa de los Murmullos
It is located in one of the oldest neighborhoods of this city, it is the home of the famous chef Patrick Cros, which makes it a restaurant that only receives one single reservation per day, which will delight you with its French cuisine that uses local ingredients.
Restaurant Chacpel, where seasoning and elegance preserve a perennial family tradition transmitted from generation to generation. Enjoy the best traditional and seafood food in all of Campeche, taste delicious seafood dishes, shrimp, lobster, octopus, crab, and a variety of fish with an unrivaled touch of their world famous Chef.
Pan de cazón
Other options to delight yourself with its food is the longed for and famous pan de cazón; it is worth mentioning that in the coastal town of Champotón, in October, they hold a celebration around this exquisite meal made of Dogfish (a small species of the shark family).
The Yucatan Times