State Of San Luis Potosi

Where to Go & What to Do

The state of San Luis Potosi is a destination that offers unparalleled natural environments, is rich in biodiversity and has ecological reserves that will take your breath away.

It is located in the north-central region of the country and borders Nuevo León and Tamaulipas to the north.

In the Huasteca Potosina incredible adventures await you amidst exuberant vegetation, rivers and waterfalls ideal for rappelling, kayaking, mountain biking and hiking.

Undoubtedly the most endearing trip awaits you in San Luis.

Escudo Estado San Luis Potosi

Major Cities in San Luis Potosi

Ciudad de San Luis Potosi Mexico

San Luis Potosí City

It was an important gold and silver mining center on the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, a trade route from the mid-16th to the 19th century.

Ciudad Valles San Luis Potosi

Ciudad Valles

It sits on the Valles River and is known as the gateway to the caves and waterfalls of the region. Among them are the Micos and Tamul waterfalls.

Matehuala San Luis Potosi


Founded in 1550 and its name alludes to the cry that the Guachichil Indians -who inhabited it at that time- used to indicate that they were at war: Matehuala!

Other Destinations of Interest in San Luis Potosí

Rioverde San Luis Potosi

Rio Verde

Tamasopo San Luis Potosi


Archaeological Sites in San Luis Potosí

Zona Arqueologica Tamohi El Consuelo San Luis Potosi

Tamohi (El Consuelo)


Zona Arqueologica Tamtoc San Luis Potosi



Where is the State of San Luis Potosi located?

Official Tourism Site

The State of San Luis Potosi is a land of contrasts, among many other qualities, it has an exuberant biodiversity: its territory contains a large part of the huasteca, as well as other ecological reserves ideal for ecotourism.

San Luis Potosi is the State of the Republic with the most waterfalls, a circumstance that is due to the combination of orographic and hydrographic wealth in the northeastern tip of the State, better known as the Huasteca Potosina.