Vacation Rentals Listed by Owner in San Miguel de Allende

Information for San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, including vacation rentals, restaurants, galleries, maps, and more, for the city of San Miguel de Allende.

Locos.  Photo: Roy Pischel


Welcome to VivaSanMiguel.com! Our goal is to be the most up-to-date and informative website for the residential community and visitors to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. VivaSanMiguel.com is dedicated to the magical city of San Miguel de Allende, and we do our best to offer the most useful information about vacation rentals, real estate, restaurants, recreational activities, children's activities, local and regional maps, news, and care of the body and soul. The following pages of this website have been created to help you find all information available about this enchanting place. Please explore the entire website to learn more, give us feedback on how to improve it, and check back for regular updates.


San Miguel de Allende’s Magical Charm
San Miguel has preserved its reputation as a splendid Colonial city in Mexico's central highland, the Bajio. In acknowledgement of the town's importance for all Mexicans, San Miguel was declared by the Mexican Government in 1926 a National Historic Monument, in 2002 a Pueblo Magico, and in 2008, San Miguel de Allende and the nearby sacred town of Antotonilco achieved UNESCO World Heritage status.

Located near the center of the Colonial Highland of Mexico, San Miguel de Allende is a popular destination for Mexicans, Norteamericanos, Europeans and people from around the world. And for good reason -- here many of the values of old Mexico are still alive; people take the time to chat on the street instead of simply rushing around focussed only on business. Just over an hour’s drive from the airport near Leon, but a world apart, San Miguel’s cobblestone streets provide a safe haven in which to wander and discover the town, the shops, restaurants, artesian markets, art galleries and many other pleasurable sites and sounds unique to San Miguel. Mexicans love a good reventón (party), and there are Festivals and Fiestas in San Miguel almost every day -- especially this year, as Mexicans commemorate the bicentennial of its Independence (September 16) and the centennial of its Revolution (November 20). 


San Miguel de Allende Vacation Rentals
VivaSanMiguel.com helps market vacation rentals and real estate properties in San Miguel de Allende and the surrounding area. We help visitors find the right property for their vacation, be it a cozy casita, a villa with a view, or a hacienda in the beautiful countryside. Allow VivaSanMiguel.com to assist you by reviewing the listings by owners. For all information relating to the local area, let VivaSanMiguel.com help you to plan your perfect San Miguel vacation. And if you decide you love it here so much that you may want to purchase your own property, please read the section for advice on Buying Real Estate in San Miguel de Allende.


San Miguel de Allende Real Estate
Buying and selling San Miguel de Allende real estate including homes and land has become very popular. Our complete Real Estate section of For Sale By Owner listings will help you become knowledgeable about San Miguel real estate as well as help you find the perfect house or lot. You can review general buyer information and legal information in our Real Estate section, and you may wish to consult one of the local professional Realtors who service San Miguel and surrounding areas.


San Miguel de Allende Businesses
San Miguel de Allende is home to many local businesses, including a wide variety of wonderful restaurants, great arts & crafts shopping, art galleries, wedding coordinators, activity providers, home construction, as well as community-based endeavors. Check the San Miguel Businesses listing on the left for a complete Business Directory that will help you find every service in town.

 

 


The Timeless Beauty of San Miguel de Allende

For a taste of this wonderful World Heritage City, view the video and experience the palpable magic of San Miguel, the Heart of Mexico.