For more information about living or retiring in Ajijic, contact Damyn Young, a local real estate professional who can answer all your questions.
  A Gay Friendly Village To Live or Retire In The Heart of Mexico

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Gay friendly Ajijic can be found south of Guadalajara, Mexico
on the north shore of beautiful Lake Chapala.

map of mexico with Ajijic noted 

On most maps of Mexico youíll find the town of Chapala. Ajijic lies just 7 miles west of  Chapala. The area from Chapala to the western tip of the lake (Jocotepec) is commonly referred to as Lakeside.


Lake Chapala is the largest lake in Mexico stretching to 50 miles long and 13 miles across in parts. It is because of this lake that we, here in Lakeside, are blessed with one of the best climates in the world. This makes it a popular destination for both Mexican Nationals and foreigners year round.

Ajijicís location close to an International Airport (GDL) and it's easy access to virtually any destination around the world is what is drawing more and more gay people to live and retire here.

The energy and excitement of Guadalajara, a world class city with a large and vibrant gay population, coupled with the charm of living in Ajijic, an appealing, gay friendly Mexican village with adobe walls and terracotta roof tiles, makes Ajijic, Mexico an ideal location to retire for many gay people.

To get to Ajijic from the Guadalajara International Airport you can either rent a car from the airport or you can take a taxi. The cost for the 25 minute drive from the airport is about 250 pesos (or about $25 USD). Tipping is the same as in the US or Canada about 10-15%.

 

 

For more information about living or retiring in Ajijic, contact Damyn Young at
info1@gayajijic.com,
a local real estate professional who can answer all your questions.

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