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Mazatlan

La Noria is a community of handicraft workers where visitors can actually feel the heartbeat of old colonial Mexico. In its leather factories the artisans make horseback saddles, sandals and a wide variety of other goods. The village’s cobbled streets are lined with adobe buildings as they lead you uphill to the 19th-century Church of San Antonio.

Almost next door is Los Osuna, a tequila factory of the same bygone era, run by a pioneering family in production of the famous Mexican beverage. At this quaint boutique distillery, you can sample the tasty liquor made 100% from the blue agave that grows on the gentle surrounding hills. This tour makes time for an optional lunch break. La Noria is a community of handicraft workers where visitors can actually feel the heartbeat of old colonial Mexico. In its leather factories the artisans make horseback saddles, sandals and a wide variety of other goods. The village’s cobbled streets are lined with adobe buildings as they lead you uphill to the 19th-century Church of San Antonio. Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel lobby.

Duration: five hours.

Start/opening time: At 9.30am.

Languages: English and Spanish.