Calle 1 s/n
Ojo de Agua
Orizaba, Veracruz
Access is by the Faculty of Chemical Sciences or Beltway passing behind the Municipal Pantheon.
Free entrance
Open: Open daily, from 6 am to 8:30 pm

About Ojo de Agua Lagoon

It is formed by the waters of the springs that are born at the foot of Cerro de Escamela. You can bathe in its cold and transparent waters, or if you prefer you can rent a rowing boat. In the center of the lagoon, there is a monument, where the legend tells that every June 24, the day of San Juan Bautista, at midnight a siren appears.