Casa Quintero is a meticulously restored colonial mansion just off the plaza.
About 5km southwest of Villa de Leyva, in the direction of El Fósil, is this slightly incongruous Ostrich Farm , home to more than 120...
About 1km northeast of town, Museo Paleontológico has a collection of locally found fossils dating from the period when the area was a...
The only discoteca in town, La Tasca features live music, drinking, dancing and late-night dining.
You can get as good a cochinita pibil (anchiote-rubbed pork tacos) here as anywhere in the Yucatán (we know, we've done the research)....
One of the best eateries in town, though especially notable for its Lebanese slant – the owner's wife is from Lebanon – so you can enjoy a genuine falafel with tahini (order the off-menu version for COP$15,000). There's also an excellent lomo (strip loin) Thai, some dressed-up Colombian staples and a popular Arab veggie platter.