Cerro Mono Blanco - 640m - towards San Andres
Cerro Puntiagudo - north of Catemaco,
Cerro Nixtamalapan - eastern edge of Catemaco City, above hospital

Some of the volcanic hills surrounding Laguna Catemaco.
Cerro Las Animas, above Playa Azul,
Cerro Xuchil - flor de catemaco,
Cerro Amayaga,
Cerro Coyame,
Cerro Adalberto Tejeda,
Punta Tepeyaga,
Cerro Mimiahua,
Cerro La Joya,
Cerro Nopotemec - La Victoria,
Cerro Excuinapan,
Cerro Cacahuateno - entrance of Catemaco, south.
For much more information about the Los Tuxtlas volcanoes, see:
Los Tuxtlas Geography - Volcanoes
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some of the Catemaco volcanoes
Catemaco Volcanoes
Catemaco nestles between the two major volcanic massifs in Los Tuxtlas, Volcano San MartinTuxtla and the Sierra
Santa Marta. Only a few of the San Martin Tuxtla volcanoes lie in the Catemaco municipio.

The majority of the volcanoes are to the east of Catemaco City in the Sierra Santa Marta. All of the volcanoes are
dormant.

The  nearby Cerro Mono Blanco, "White Monkey Mountain", is possibly the most famous hill in Los Tuxtlas because of
its association with witchcraft. It last erupted ca. 1250 BC.

The  most recent  eruptions of Catemaco volcanoes were Nixtamalapan and Puntiagudo around 400 AD.