This is five minutes from Quiroga, on the road to Guadalajara. This village is famous for its polychrome china. Here it is possible to find the typical architecture of a Purhépecha town.
Do not miss visiting the temple of San Nicolás, dating from the sixteenth century, and the site of the hospital founded by don Vasco de Quiroga. Here is located the “bishop’s chair” that was occupied by the illustrious benefactor, and which is now zealously guarded by the inhabitants of this town, who produce glazed pottery on a grand scale.