San Ramón (Coahuila)

Learn about tiny town of San Ramón through its photos, maps and population statistics.

All the information about this town of 3 inhabitants of the State of Coahuila de Zaragoza

The town of San Ramón (Coahuila) belongs to the municipality of Múzquiz. The Magical Town of Melchor Múzquiz is 8 minutes away by car (8 km). It is the most populated town in the position #69 of the whole municipality.

The Mexican census of 2020 decided to declare this community as uninhabited.

Last Update: 29.05.2024

To locate this beautiful town inside the municipality, you must know that San Ramón is located at 4.6 kilometers (in direction South) from the locality of Ciudad Melchor Múzquiz, which is the one that has more inhabitants inside the municipality. With our webpage and with our satelital map that you can find below, you can know where is and visit the surroundings of San Ramón.

#1 Where is San Ramón? How to go? Map

Online map of San Ramón in Coahuila de Zaragoza, with an interactive cartography with which you can see closely the town, centered on Map marker


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#2 The population of San Ramón (Coahuila de Zaragoza) is 3 inhabitants

Population data in San Ramón (Coahuila)
YearFemale InhabitantsMale inhabitantsTotal population
Evolution of the population in San Ramón: Total   Men   Women

#3 Satellite photo of San Ramón

Amazing satellite GPS maps of San Ramón, to see from space this beautiful village, as well as the surroundings of the municipality of Múzquiz. You can search free satellite map (2024) of San Ramón.

#4 Hotels and Accommodation near San Ramón

Many people want to stay in the town of San Ramón itself, but unfortunately there are no hotels in the village yet. Don't worry, we have created this list of the closest accommodations, so you can ask if they have rooms available.:

#5 What to do in San Ramón

Want to know what to see in San Ramón if you are visiting this town?Here are some ideas of activities to enjoy San Ramón.
Mountains in San Ramón for hiking and trails:
  • Loma Alta (514 meters): 7.2 km walk (127 minutes), heading Southeast.
  • Loma El Cariño (480 meters): 10.5 km walk (203 minutes), heading Southeast.
  • Cerro El Veterano (555 meters): 9.4 km walk (122 minutes), heading North.
  • Loma El Divisadero (470 meters): 11.2 km walk (153 minutes), heading Southeast.
Magical Towns near San Ramón to discover the Mexican culture:Other towns near San Ramón:This information is based on geographical data. Distances may vary depending on terrain, driving style or walking conditions..

#6 Photos of San Ramón

In order for you to enjoy nature around San Ramón, we have compiled a collection of sightseeing and monument photographs of the town and its surroundings. Access a completely free online image gallery of San Ramón, so you can even use it as a wallpaper to always remember this beautiful town.

Enjoy photos of San Ramón at this link

#7 Vote for San Ramón as the most beautiful town in Mexico

Do you like San Ramón or don't you like it very much? Now you can vote for San Ramón to let everyone know about it. Use these stars ("0" you don't like it much, "5" you like it a lot) to rate it with your opinion.

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In the following links you can check the list of the best (and most beautiful) towns in Mexico and the State of Coahuila de Zaragoza, by popular vote:
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#9 Other towns in the Municipality of Múzquiz

  1. Antonio Jiménez (- inhabitants)
  2. Casa Colorada (5 inhabitants)
  3. Colonia Nueva Santa Rosa (9 inhabitants)
  4. Eduardo González (- inhabitants)
  5. Hacienda los Álamos (2 inhabitants)
  6. Hacienda Vieja Zamora (1 inhabitants)
  7. La Campana (- inhabitants)
  8. La Colorada (- inhabitants)
  9. La Laguna (4 inhabitants)
  10. Las Cruces (- inhabitants)
  11. Loma Blanca (- inhabitants)
  12. Los Gavilanes (- inhabitants)
  13. Manuel Romo (2 inhabitants)
  14. Ramón Romo (La Pila de los Caballos) (2 inhabitants)
  15. Valle de Guadalupe (13 inhabitants)