Daily Departs Since 9 am. The journey time is 6 hours.
QUIAHUIXTLAN: In the north of the state, 1 hour and 20 minutes trip and 75 Kilometres from the port ) "where the rain is located in the heights“ on the Bernal mountain, we will find vestiges of the most beautiful pre-Hispanic cemetery of the Totonac world and there are remains of pyramids and a ball game where there is a splendid panoramic view of the beaches of Villa Rica in the Gulf of Mexico.
CEMPOALA: (45 kilometres from the port) we will arrive at the place of “twenty waters”. Its name is because is surrounded by rivers of the region, also it is one of the most important archaeological sites in the state. There are many buldings that today are of great architectural like the “Templo Mayor” ( Major Temple) . “ Templo de las Chimeneas” ( Temple of the Chimneys) “ Circulo de los Gladiadores” ( Circle of Gladiators) “ Templo de las Caritas” ( Temple of Caritas) “ Templo del Dios del Viento y la Cruz” ( God of Winds Temple and the Cross) and a beautiful site museum . This mystical complex will remind how it worked as a second capital of the Totonac empire before being dominated by the Aztec Empire.Then we will visit
ANTIGUA where we can find the legacies of the Spanish conquest, such as “Casa del Cabildo”, the first municipality in New Spain, the “Ermita del Rosario” that is the first Catholic church in Mexico, and the house of Hernan Cortes. Also, you can enjoy the picturesque place.