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About 50 miles to the southeast of Santa Ana is where you will find the major city of Veracruz.
If it's sun and good times you're after, don't ignore Mocambo Beach, 55 miles to the southeast of Santa Ana. Chachalacas Beach, 35 miles to the south, is another must-see place.
If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Laguna Verde 11 miles to the southeast and Actopan 19 miles to the south.
Xalapa is 35 miles to the southwest of Santa Ana. This regional hub is where you can find Plaza Las Americas Mall, Xalapa University and Plaza Las Animas Mall. Cascada de Texolo and Interactive Museum of Xalapa are some more choices available here.
There are plenty of outdoor activities in the area for adventurous visitors. Get your pulse up with a bit of mountain biking and rock climbing.
If the temperature's rising and you need to cool down, there's nothing better than the excitement of swimming and rafting in the greater Santa Ana area.
If you're looking for wet weather options, make your way to the art museums and history museums of Veracruz. Spend the day learning about the region's culture and perhaps find a special gift or two.
Enjoy a nice walk and feel the sun on your face at the region's open-air museums, open-air exhibits and open-air markets.
History enthusiasts will discover will find plenty to keep them occupied. Don't forget to get a few photos when you make the trip out to the region's ruins, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses, historic mansions, historic palaces and archeological sites.
Seeking out a place of peace and reflection? Don't miss the region's cathedrals.
Very often, a region's true spirit can be found in its culinary arts.
You may not have paid much notice to the complexities of lime and vanila before, but you're sure to be an expert on these characteristic ingredients by the end of your trip!
Your trip wouldn't be complete if you didn't try huachinango a la veracruzana (veracruz-style red snapper) and huevos tirados (scrambled eggs and beans).
Conversing in the local language is a great way to get to know another culture, so practice a handful of common Spanish expressions and greetings before you leave. Buenas tardes translates to good afternoon. ¡Cuánto tiempo! (long time no see) is also essential.
You'll have a great time at Independence Day, a national celebration that takes place on the 16th of September.
When it's nearly time to depart, spend your leftover Mexican pesos on some last-minute gifts and bid "Hasta la vista" to the local characters you have met and the places you've been to.
When it's time to hit the tarmac, you might like to know that El Lencero Airport is about 35 miles to the southwest.
Those planning on staying the night in Santa Ana are recommended to book accommodations ahead, as currently there is only a small selection of Santa Ana hotels available.
Wake up to the ocean at your door at this hotel, which is located by the sea and set on the beach.