This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Ajijic Travel Tips
Live Luxuriously with Ajijic Vacation Rentals
Ajijic is nestled on the banks of Lake Chapala in central Mexico, a picturesque town that’s a traveler’s delight. With Ajijic vacation rentals, you can take your trip to Mexico to the next level of luxury and enjoyment. Ajijic vacation houses allow you to live in a true home of your own (well, your own for a little while) with all the amenities therein. What better way to experience your vacation than to live like a real local?
Enjoy Lake Chapala Travel Destinations
Lake Chapala is circled by mountains, and the nearby big city of Guadalajara has a lower crime rate than capital Mexico City. Ajijic is 35 miles south of Guadalajara, so you can reach the big city while still staying peacefully removed from the hustle-bustle on your vacation. The Iztepete Pyramid is found in Guadalajara, an historic landmark that’s well over 2,000 years old. Lake Chapala travelers find that the scenery is breathtaking and the weather extremely pleasant—often warm and sunny throughout the year.
Ajijic is well-known for being home to local artists, many of whom own studios and shops for tourists to peruse. Baskets, blown glass, and ceramics are found at shops throughout the city, so you can return home with plenty of souvenirs. After a day of sightseeing, visit the Ajijic Grill before returning to Ajijic vacation rentals. Authentic Argentinean cuisine and a casual atmosphere have made the Ajijic Grill well-loved among locals and vacationers alike.
Find Ajijic Vacation Houses to Rent
Ajijic vacation houses give you the option of living in private luxury while you enjoy your Ajijic vacation. Renters will enjoy the peace and practicality of having one of many private Ajijic vacation rentals all to themselves. What better way to enjoy this beautiful area of Mexico than to live in your own home surrounded by privacy and comfort?