Coffee regionColonial towns

Filandia is Salento’s little sister. For me, it’s a much better option than Salento (today too touristic) if you want to enjoy a colorful and authentic colonial village in the coffee region. Although it’s very popular with Colombians on weekends, it keeps all its charm and atmosphere. During the week, this destination is quiet and restful.



You can reach Filandia from Pereira or Armenia by taking a bus of about an hour. It’s quite simple. For those who absolutely want to visit Valle De Cocora don’t panic! From Filandia, public jeeps leave every day, at regular hours, to take visitors to Salento/Valle de Cocora. It takes about 45 minutes to get there.



Would you like to add Filandia to your itinerary to Colombia?

Find all the information you need in our Filandia travel guide.


Filandia COFFEE