Region: San Sebastian del Oeste
Camino Real S/n, San Sebastian Del Oeste, Municipio De Mascota, Jalisco, San Sebastian
A winding, fern-lined cobblestone driveway welcomes you into Hacienda Jalisco, a magical place. Enjoy the fresh, clean, crisp air of the Sierra Madre as the lane culminates at the rambling Hacienda, nestled amid lush vegetation, birds and graceful wildflowers that take you back in time.
No electricity, oil lamps are lit at sunset and scattered throughout the hacienda as well each room.
Dating back to the 19th century Hacienda Jalisco belonged to the mining trading Jalisco the oldest data is counted in the historical archives of the municipality are 1885 and 1899.
San Sebastián del Oeste is a designated Pueblo Mágico, one of the seven in the state of Jalisco maintaining their historical character and promoted by the federal government as touristic destinations. Founded as a mining town in 1605, during the early Spanish colonial Viceroyalty of New Spain. After the last mine was abandoned in 1921, San Sebastian fell into oblivion, now sustaining itself with an economy based on agriculture, livestock production and tourism.
San Sebastian del Oeste, Jalisco, doesn't have much to offer in the way of real estate. San Sebastian is an anachronistic mining town in the Sierra Madre, between Puerto Vallarta and Mascota, that at one time was one of the larger communities in the state of Jalisco.