Based in a palapa hut on the malecón, these guys rent beat-down adventure gear and offer tours around the lake and to the coast.
Basílica del Carmen
Catemaco’s main church was named a basilica (ie a church with special ceremonial rights) in 1961, due primarily to its position as a...
This bar-restaurant, literally floating on the lake with its own boardwalk, is an idyllic place to lean back, sip cerveza and grab a...
A vast waterfront restaurant on the malecón , serving all the seafood you could want including pargo (red snapper), a la veracruzana ...
Laguna Catemaco information
Catemaco sits on the shore of the 16km-long Laguna Catemaco, which is ringed by volcanic hills and is actually a lake and not a lagoon. East of town are a few modest gray-sand beaches where you can take a dip in cloudy water.