Published On: Fri, Aug 3rd, 2018

San MIguel’s Close-Knit Expat Community, like no other in the world

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When you move to San Miguel, it’s easy to make friends and there is always something going on.

The majority of expats come from the U.S. and Canada, but there are foreign residents from all over the world in town.

It’s an active social life with no shortage of things to do: book clubs, English language churches, card games, get-togethers at people’s homes, charitable fundraisers, and volunteer work in the local community. Dinners out at one of the town’s many top-notch restaurants (serving just about any cuisine you can think of) are also popular for groups of friends.

The town’s expat population explodes in “high season” from January to April, when many flee winter weather up north. But you will find that you can stay busy throughout the year.





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