CaborcaThe northern Sonora city of Heroica Caborca
Caborca is a Sonoran desert town that is part of a municipio (like a county in the U.S.), also called Caborca, that extends north to the U.S. border and west to the coastline of the Sea of Cortez.
Caborca was also the location of one of the mission churches established by Jesuit missionary Padre Eusebio Francisco Kino in the late 1600’s. His legacy continues to this day in the activities of the local ranches and in fields near the city that produce asparagus and table grapes for export.
To date the town has a beautiful traditional Spanish-style temple that was built over 200 years ago by Franciscan missionaries, as well as several ancient petroglyph sites and other tourist attractions.
And as a town of more than 60,000 residents, Caborca also has several well-qualified Mexican dentists, to include dentists who specialize in a specific discipline of dentistry.