Top 10 Most Beautiful Small Towns in Colombia

Colombia has quite a number of beautiful spots and towns which range from sandy beaches to the architectures that age back to the oldest of times. Here are the top 10 most beautiful small towns in Colombia.

10. Jardin

Jardin is known for its production of coffee and is one of the most beautiful towns in Colombia. It is one of the best towns to relax and enjoy the local cuisine.

9. Barichara

Barichara is considered one of the most beautiful and attractive places in Colombia. It has a unique architecture with red-tiles rooftops and whitewashed walls.

8. Popayan

Popayan is located in southwestern Colombia and is one of the country’s most impressive colonial cities due to its lively nightlife and unique architecture. Some buildings of Popayan date back to the 16th century.

7. Medellin

Medellin is quite famous among tourists and is also known for its Pablo Escobar history. One comes across a lot of colorful homes and streets while roaming the town.

6. San Andres Island

San Andres Island is one of its kind archipelago in Colombia and is quite known for its beautiful sandy beaches and the tall palm trees. The Island is full of life with aquatic life roaming at its peak.

5. San Agustin

San Agustin is full of archeological treasures that include archeological park and a huge number of monoliths and statues. The historical assets are from around 100 A.D to 1200 A.D.

4. San Gil

San Gil is located in the northeast region of Colombia and is also another town that has been preserved quite well. It originated in the 17th century offers a number of activities like biking and rafting.

3. Villa de Leyva

Villa de Leyva comprises Spanish cultural heritage and architecture which ranges to a number of different styles and colors. It lies near to Bogota and hosts quite a number of carnivals and events.

2. Bogota

Bogota has quite a number of cultural attractions and they date back to the 14th century and is one of the oldest places in Colombia.

1. Cartagena

Cartagena is one of the very few colonial destinations that have been preserved this well. It is a must-visit for historians who like places with a rich history and relevant architecture.