Barra de Potosí is a town on the Pacific Ocean where you can enjoy the best sunrises in Mexico and get to know its salt mines, where the best salt in our country is made.
In this video, you will find out how to get there and why it is so worth visiting this place.
Less than 400 people call Barra de Potosi home on a permanent basis.
The town is made up of three main streets intersected by two, smaller, residential streets. The adventurous descend upon Barra de Potosi for the ecosystem that surrounds the town.
Locals are eager to share their fresh catch of the day at the many waterside restaurants before taking you out on lagoon and kayak tours, fishing trips, and humpback whale watching tours.
The Laguna de Potosí is the star in the small fishing village.
At four miles long, the lagoon is home to spectacular wildlife including herons, kingfishers, cormorants and pelicans.
There are no chain resorts here which make it the perfect way to experience a more authentic Mexico.