Santo Domingo (Ayutla, Jalisco)

Maps, photos and statistics of Santo Domingo, a beautiful medium-sized town of 419 inhabitants of the State of Jalisco

The town of Santo Domingo is located in the Municipality of Ayutla (in the State of Jalisco). There are 419 inhabitants. Of all the towns in the municipality, it occupies the number #4 in terms of number of inhabitants. Santo Domingo is at 1,440 meters of altitude.

Data: In Santo Domingo, 99% of the inhabitants are catholic and 86% of the dwellings are equipped with a washing machine. At the bottom of this page you will find more information.

The town of Santo Domingo is located at 14.1 kilometers from Ayutla, which is the most populated locality in the municipality, in the East direction. If you browse our webpage, you will also find a map with the location of Santo Domingo.

Where is Santo Domingo? How to get there? Map

How to get to the town of Santo Domingo in Jalisco? Using this map, use the controls to zoom in and out on the village and others in the vicinity to see the direct route, and to be able to plan, for example, hiking activities in Santo Domingo.

Need to locate a certain Santo Domingo building on a satellite photo? In this link we have an updated image, where you can see the streets and houses of the village.

The population of Santo Domingo (Jalisco) is 419 inhabitants

Population data in Santo Domingo (Ayutla, Jalisco)
YearFemale InhabitantsMale inhabitantsTotal population
Evolution of the population in Santo Domingo: Total   Men   Women
Other demographic data in Santo Domingo:
Fertility rate (children per woman):3.1611.98
Population coming from outside the State of Jalisco:1.67%0.94%
Illiterate population:4.53%7.55%
Illiterate population (men):3.34%11.98%
Illiterate population (women):1.19%2.90%
Schooling level:7.095.77
Schooling level (men):6.695.47
Schooling level (women):7.516.11
Indigenous culture data in Santo Domingo:
Percentage of indigenous population:0.00%0.00%
Percentage speaking an indigenous language:0.00%0.00%
Percentage who speak an indigenous language and do not speak Spanish:0.00%0.00%
Comparison of percentages of indigenous population in the town of Santo Domingo, compared with its municipality, with the percentage in the State of Jalisco, and in the country as a whole.

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Unemployment, economy and dwelling data in Santo Domingo:
Employed population over 12 years:44.15%33.96%
Employed population over 12 years (men):59.62%60.83%
Employed population over 12 years (women):28.16%5.80%
Number of inhabited private dwellings:125166
Homes with electricity:99.20%99.14%
Housing with piped water:99.20%98.28%
Dwellings with toilet or sanitary facilities:100.00%97.41%
Dwellings with radio:44.00%71.55%
Housing with television:95.20%99.14%
Housing with refrigerator:96.00%94.83%
Housing with washing machine:85.60%76.72%
Housing with automobile:80.80%74.14%
Households with personal computer, laptop or tablet:23.20%0.00%
Homes with landline telephone:32.00%13.79%
Dwellings with cellular phones:76.80%53.45%
Homes with Internet:45.60%0.00%
Comparison of percentages of single persons in Santo Domingo (over 12 years), comparing the same percentage with the municipality, with the State of Jalisco, and with the total for the country.

Satellite photo of Santo Domingo

With the satellite map of Santo Domingo will I be able to look for my location? Yes, access the map, zoom in and see the surroundings of this town and the municipality of Ayutla. You can search free satellite map (2023) of Santo Domingo.

Population pyramid of Santo Domingo (Jalisco)

In Santo Domingo there is a very characteristic age structure of the population, which you can see in the following population pyramid, with data from 2005. After analyzing the demographic data of Santo Domingo, separated by men and women, and also by age groups, we can analyze what the future of the population in this town will be like.

Population pyramid of Santo Domingo
Data of the age pyramid of the town Santo Domingo (inhabitants year 2020)
Age rangeNumber of womenNumber of menTotal population
Infants (0-5 years)91625
Youth (6-14 years)352964
Adults (15-59 years)118116234
Elderly (60+ years)445296

Photos of Santo Domingo

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

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The Postal Code of Santo Domingo (Jalisco) is 48060

Do you want to know the Postal Code of Santo Domingo so that you can send postal packages and letters with complete confidence that they will arrive at their destination? Write down the following 5 digits: 48060. The first two digits of the ZIP code of Santo Domingo ("48") correspond to the State of Jalisco, and the last three identify the town itself. As a curiosity, there may be several locations in the same State with the same Post Code.

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