We are located in Prolongation Avenida Toluca 438, Barrio de Otumba, Valle de Bravo
State of Mexico, Mexico
Valle de Bravo is a small town surrounded by pine and oak forests, which fill with ferns, fungi and orchids during the rainy months. Located between mountains in the west of the State of Mexico, it has a lagoon that bears his name, the result of the Miguel Alemán Dam built in 1955 as part of the Cutzamala System. Due to its location at about 1800 meters above sea level, this place has a tropical-temperate climate, with a cool and rainy summer, and a moderately cold, but dry winter.
Since the seventies it has been a weekend destination for many families from the cities of Toluca and Mexico. More recently, Valle de Bravo has become known as a place to practice a wide variety of outdoor sports, ranging from mountain biking, horseback riding and sailing, to "extreme" activities such as free flight (in hang gliding and paragliding), motocross, and marathons with obstacles like the Warrior Dash. In addition, Valle de Bravo (or simply "Valle") offers a variety of restaurants, cafes, art galleries, boutique shops, clubs, spas, and spiritual retreats. Throughout the year cultural events related to the traditions, history, and ecology of the region are organized.
For those of us who live here, the proximity to major cities such as Toluca (40 minutes by car) and Mexico City (90 minutes) -both with international airports-, allows us to complement the serene existence in this place so connected to Mother Nature , with the most cosmopolitan services and events of the big cities.