Riverside town that stands out for its cheerful low houses with French tile roofs

It was considered a magical town for its great beauty and traditions, it has managed to preserve its traditional architectural heritage, constructions with French tile roofs, combined with historical, cultural and, above all, ecotourism riches.

This community receives its name as a reference to the wood known as Palo de Tinte, Palo de Brasil or Palo de Campeche, widely used for the production of black, red and blue dye, and different crafts.

If you don’t know it yet, the main attractions are the Municipal Market, Benito Juárez Park, the San Joaquín Parish, the Morón Theater, and the boardwalk.

It highlights an amazing monument, a four-meter rendering of the Statue of Liberty.

It is surrounded by the river that bears its name, giving identity to this magical town, so you can see fauna of the region such as howler monkeys, manatees, crocodiles, and turtles.

The Agri-Food and Fisheries Information Service (SIAP) monitors the Palizada municipality, where the production of crops such as palay rice, grain sorghum, African palm and mango stands out. In 2016, this municipality generated 169.1 million pesos in the agricultural subsector. As for livestock products, the main one is cattle, exploited live, in carcasses and for milk, followed by pork carcass meat. In 2016, this subsector generated 135.8 million pesos.

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