Three years ago I decided to leave Mexico City, which is really quite endearing despite everything people say about it. Since then I've lived in this little paradise. I've chosen to live in contact with nature because everyday it gives me immense landscapes and unforgettable moments. The place is a small fishing village called Isla Aguada and belongs to the municipality of Carmen in Campeche state in southeastern Mexico.
In this small Villa de Pescadores, one can live and see lovely and majestic things, colorful sunsets, sunrises full of life with fishermen and seagulls on your trip. It is in the southeast of Mexico, in the Municipality of Carmen that belongs to the state of Campeche. It is a Dolphin Sanctuary, and has relevance to planetary ecosystems, such as mangroves, water bodies, wetlands, streams, rivers flowing to the lake of Terms and unites the sea by 2 zones; Zacatal and Isla Aguada. You can try seafood, traditional cuisine, and it has a history and culture and its people are kind and welcoming to visitors, as well.