El Fuerte is a sunny town, with the soothing sound of water that runs through the river and becomes a kind of soft whisper that will accompany your days and nights. Here you will learn to coexist with nature, fresh food and traditional music, because this village preserves its indigenous roots and uses materials from the earth to create euphoric dances, such as gourds broken in half that acquire acoustic characteristics when soaked in water.
When visiting this enchanting magical town, you can`t miss his most representatives sites, among which Tehuoco (one of seven ceremonial centers), Iglesia de Dolores, the ruins of an old Jesuit temple, the observation point, or the Miguel Ángel Morales Ibarra Community Museum, where the robes, masks and instruments used during the traditional dances are displayed, together with objects of Yoreme people daily life.
El Fuerte has different stories, among them the Legend of “El Zorro”, become very popular thanks to the movies. They says that Don Diego de la Vega was born in this little village, and lived there for some years.