A beautiful apartment, with a wonderful view to the mountains, and the forest, and relaxing sound of the river, within the city.
A full equipped apartment with two twin size bed, a sofa bed and full bathroom.
Pino is an apartment located in Quinta Magnolia Uruapan. It has one full furnished bedroom with a view to the forest, the mountains and the river. It also has its own private kitchen, dinning/living room. The nights here are very quiet and calm, and you will fall sleep listening to the relaxing sound of the river. This is a perfect place to rest, write, concentrate and enjoy life.
Our neighborhood is a safe place, surrounded by the forest but near to many facilities. We are sure you will love it as much as we do. You will find a supermarket three blocks from home and a fruit and vegetable market also nearby. There is also a park full of pines three blocks from home called "La Pinera". That is a great place to exercise, walk, run or have a picnic.
Uruapan is a safe city in the west-central part of the Mexican state of Michoacán. It has an excellent weather, with an annual average of 18.3 ° C / 65 ° F. The warmest month of the year is May with an average of 20.6 ° C / 69 ° F and the coldest month of the year is 15.4 ° C / 60 ° F. in the middle of January. The town and surroundings are world famous for the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary nearby. Uruapan it is also called "Capital of the Avocado" and is worldwide famous because of the excellent quality of the avocados, exported in large parts to the United States, Japan and other countries.
Uruapan is one of the oldest cities in Mexico. Its main natural attraction is the Cupatitzio River (dubbed "the river that sings"). The National Park Eduardo Ruiz is home of "La Rodilla del Diablo", the source of the river which crosses through the city.
The word Uruapan comes from the Purépecha word "ulhupani", meaning "place of eternal formation and fertility of flower buds." Uruapan, "place where the god-prince of flowers is revered", was established before the arrival of the Spaniards and was an exuberant paradise and a peaceful chiefdom corresponding to the Purépecha Kingdom.
Uruapan, Michoacán, Meksiko