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  • Classic Beachfront Villa on 3 Mile White Sand Beach Along the Sea of Cortez

    Classic Beachfront Villa

    San Jose del Cabo: Villa
    • 5 BDR
    • 4 BA
    • Sleeps 13
    • #203828
    $714 to $750 USD/night Credit Card Star Rating
    Ours is the only private villa on Los Cabos' famous Costa Azul Beach. Walled and gated, it provides the guests with the comfort of security and privacy while viewing the the fabulous Sea of Cortez directly out front. The villa combines the character of real Mexico with all the amenities of the twenty-first century. Satellite TV, wireless internet, and free long distance Vonage phone service connects you when ever you want. The villa has three separate kitchens, one in each of the three levels, making it perfect for large groups,family reunions,couples, or wedding parties. We can host up to 100 person weddings and provide access to the best wedding planners and caterers. We also can assist in connecting you with private chefs, outdoor adventures,restaurants, and great shopping. The villa is conveniently located close to markets,restaurants, and all water sports activities. Taxis are readily available, and there is bus service to Cabo or San Jose within walking distance from the villa. Surfboard and SUP rentals/shops are within walking distance. A vehicle is not necessary, but car rentals are close if you decide to explore all the many attractions the Cape has to offer. The villa is filled with all the beautiful materials from Mexico. Talavera tile adorns the kitchens,bathes and floors and there are three brick domes that accentuate the classic early Mexican style. Staying at this Baja Villa is a fantastic experience that you will never forget. Hasta Pronto!
  • Beautiful House on the Beach in Ventana Bay, Baja , Mexico

    Beautiful House on the

    La Ventana: Beach style house
    • 3 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #206546
    $180 to $210 USD/night Credit Card
    This house features Mexican hand carved wooden furnishing and hand painted tiles in the bathrooms and kitchen. All rooms are air conditioned, have private patios with views of the bay. Bedrooms and bathrooms are in separate bungalows. One minute walk to private beach. Great location for kite surfing, sport fishing, snorkeling, diving, kayaking or just enjoying a quiet, relaxing area. Great restaurants and grocery supplies close by.
  • Closest to Ocean End Unit Condo with Wrap around Patio for an Amazing View!

    Closest to Ocean End Unit

    Puerto Penasco: Sonoran Sun: Condo
    • 3 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #99374
    $267 to $540 USD/night Credit Card Star Rating
    We keep this condo in pristine condition recently adding $4,000 worth of window covering that has the capabilities of blacking out the sun in the bedrooms. Also added is all stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. The whole reason we come to Rocky Point is to enjoy the Sea. This million dollar unit is unmatched by any others because of its proximity to the Ocean. The wrap around patio gives one the chance to see the entire shoreline and all of the activities that go along with it. The amenities of the resort allow you to have everything you might need to make your stay enjoyable from a restaurant on premises, convenience store, exercise room, swim up pool bar and 3 swimming pools.... It's all right there for you to enjoy. The view of Rocky Point downtown at night across the ocean water is fabulous. The view from the patio of our condo is what I personally come there for. You can't beat the view in the day or the night. You are just high enough to be able to see all that goes on down below you. New stainless steel appliances in kitchen, new window coverings in all bedrooms that afford black out capabilities. 40% of our rentals are repeat customers and there is a reason for this. We keep the condo pristine. Please understand that NO PETS OR SERVICE ANIMALS ARE ALLOWED IN THE CONDO OR RESORT IF YOU ARE RENTING.
  • On the beach at Costa Azul San Jose del Cabo 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Condo

    On the beach at Costa Azul

    San Jose del Cabo: Las Olas: Condo in a complex
    • 2 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 5
    • #45906
    $195 to $250 USD/night Paypal
    Hear the waves,watch the surf and enjoy beautiful ocean views. With spectacular sunrises pouring into the living and dining area,where else would you want to be.....
  • Wow what a View!!!! Downtown Ocean Front Condo !!!!

    Wow what a View

    Rosarito Beach: Oceana Casa Del Mar: Condo in a complex
    • 2 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #60794
    $159 to $159 USD/night Credit Card Paypal
    This 2 BR 2 BA luxury ocean front condo is located in a great setting by the sea. This vacation home allows you to enjoy life with full amenities including breathtaking views, convenient access to a long sandy beach, and fabulous sunsets. Our luxury condo is located in a modern and upscale highrise in downtown Rosarito Beach. We are behind gates with 24HR security with regular patrol of grounds. We have exposed and covered parking so you and your car are quite safe. You are walking distance to restaurants, shopping, and night clubs- No need to drive!! just enjoy and relax.

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Lonely Planet: Ensenada, Mexico

Ensenada, 108km south of the border, is hedonistic Tijuana’s cosmopolitan sister. The city has a quirky mix of just-off-the-boat cruise shippers, drive-by tourists from Cali, visitors from mainland Mexico and seen-it-all locals. In case you’ve forgotten you’re in Mexico (what with all those US dollars and English menus), just look up: a Mexican flag, so large it’s probably visible from space, flutters proudly over the tourist zone. Wander Avenida López Mateos (Calle 1a) and you’ll find almost anything ranging from tasteful ceramics to tasteless T-shirts. Nearby, Calle 2a – unlit and seedy – is worth avoiding after dark.

Ensenada was the capital of Baja territory from 1882 to 1915, but the capital shifted to Mexicali during the revolution. The city subsequently catered to ‘sin’ industries until the federal government outlawed gambling in the 1930s…but judging from the strip clubs, peep shows and bars, sin still goes on today as it did in days of old.

Enjoy Ensenada website: Visitor Information 
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Expediciones de Turismo Ecológico y Aventura offers low impact, guided ecological tours for adventurers of all ability levels to rarely-visited natural and historical sites throughout the Baja peninsula.

San Miguel Arcangel De La Frontera: Protected adobe ruins of the Dominican mission established by Padre Luis Sales in 1787.

Nuestra Senora De Guadalupe Del Norte: A sign marks the original site of the Dominican mission founded in 1834.

Santo Tomas De Aquino: Adobe ruins of the second site of the mission founded by Dominicans in 1791. Located in Valle de Santo Tomás at El Palomar, 30 miles south of Ensenada on the Transpeninsular Highway.

San Vicente Ferrer: Protected adobe ruins of the Dominican mission established in 1780. Drive west .7 miles on the signed dirt road just north of San Vicente near Km. 88 on the Transpeninsular Highway.

Santo Domingo: Preserved adobe ruins of the mission dedicated in 1775 by Dominican padres Manuel García and Miguel Hidalgo. Turn east near the bridge before Col. Vicente Guerrero on the Transpeninsular Highway. Follow the scenic 4.5-mile dirt road (not recommended for large RVs) to the mission.

El Rosario De Vinadaco: Protected adobe ruins of the Dominican mission founded in 1774 in El Rosario de Arriba (near the Delegación Office), and its second site in 1802 overlooking the riverbed near the Community Museum in El Rosario de Abajo.

San Fernando De Velicata: Adobe ruins of the only Franciscan mission in Baja California, established by Padre Junípero Serra in 1769. Drive west 3.5 miles on the dirt road at Km. 114 on the Transpeninsular Highway

San Francisco De Borja Adac: Inaugurated by the Jesuits in 1762, San Borja is built of quarry stone and is one of Baja California’s two fully intact missions still in use. Best access is via the 23-mile dirt road off the Transpeninsular Highway, east of El Rosarito. (High clearance vehicle recommended.

Santa Gertrudis La Magna: Founded by the Jesuits in 1752, Santa Gertrudis features its original freestanding bell tower and is one of Baja California’s two fully intact missions still in use. Best access is via the 37-mile dirt road northeast at Km. 154 (Ejido Mújica) on the Transpeninsular Highway, north of Vizcaino in Baja California Sur.

Museums and Galleries
Museo De Historia (Museum of History): A creatively designed rupestrian pathway and exhibition rooms focus on the "Native People of Baja California" and "European Explorers and Missionaries." Open daily 9:30 am-2 pm & 3-5 pm. Donations. In the north end of the Riviera del Pacífico on Blvd. Costero.

Museo Historico Regional (Regional History Museum): A permanent display of "People and Cultures of Meso-America" plus temporary exhibitions in the 1886 military headquarters that served as the Ensenada jail until 1986. Open 10 am-5 pm, closed Mon. Donations. Av. Gastélum near Paseo Calle Primera.

Ex-Aduana Maritima: Intriguing temporary cultural and historical exhibits in one of the oldest buildings in town, the former Maritime Customs House, built in 1887. Open Mon.-Fri. 9 am-4 pm. Av. Ryerson #99.

"Caracol" Museo De Ciencias (Science Museum): Interesting exhibition halls dedicated to astronomy, physics, paleontology and marine sciences of Baja California. Open Tues.-Fri. 9 am-5 pm, Sat. & Sun. 12-5 pm, closed Mon. Donations. Av. Obregon #1463 between Calles 14 & 15.

Estero Beach Museum: An outstanding collection of folk art and artifacts entitled "40 Centuries of Mexican Culture" in chronological exhibition rooms. Open 9 am-1 pm & 2-5 pm, closed Tues. Donations. 6 miles south of town at Estero Beach Resort.

Museo Comunitario Del Valle De Guadalupe: A fascinating exhibition of Russian memorabilia and local Indian artifacts in a Russian home dating from 1905. Open 9 am-5 pm, closed Mon. Donations. Across from Monte Xanic Winery in Francisco Zarco, Valle de Guadalupe, just off Highway 3 to Tecate.

Galeria De Perez Meillon: Authentic native Paipai and Kumiai Indian crafts by local artisans, Tarahumara and Casas Grandes pottery. Open daily 10 am-6 pm. Blvd. Costero #1094-39 in Centro Artesanal.

Galeria De La Cuidad: Monthly exhibitions of Baja California artists. Open 9 am-6 pm, closed Sat. & Sun. In the north end of the Riviera del Pacífico on Blvd. Costero.

Galeria La Esquina De Bodegas: Monthly exhibitions of Mexican and international artists. Open 8 am-10 pm, closed Sun. Across from Bodegas de Santo Tomás on Av. Miramar & Calle 6.

Taller De Artesanos Indigenas: Indian Artists Workshop with authentic Paipai and Kumiai arts and crafts. Open Mon.-Fri. 9:30 am-1:30 pm. At Bodegas de Santo Tomás, Av. Miramar #666.

Art Gallery/Studio Los Arcos: Original paintings, sculptures, fine and decorative arts by Baja California artists. Open Mon.-Sat. 10 am-5 pm, Sun. 10 am-3 pm, closed Tues. In Ejido Esteban Cantú on the road to La Bufadora in Punta Banda.

La Bufadora: An amazing natural blowhole spouting seawater 70 feet into the air. Newly renovated with botanical gardens and various observation decks, several with handicapped access. 22 miles south of Ensenada near the tip of Punta Banda peninsula. Small parking fee.

Parque Nacional Constitucion De 1857 (Laguna Hanson): A national park in the Sierra de Juárez with Laguna Hanson, a scenic lake surrounded by pine forests, unusual rock formations and excellent primitive campsites on its western shore. Small entrance fee; no facilities; rustic cabin rentals. Best access is via the 20-mile dirt road just east of Km. 55 on Highway 3 to Ojos Negros/San Felipe.

Parque Nacional Sierra De San Pedro Martir: The larger of Baja California’s two national parks with the Mexican National Observatory located near the peninsula’s highest peak, the 10,154 ft. Picacho del Diablo. This unspoiled wilderness is an ideal setting for hiking, backpacking and primitive camping. Small entrance fee; no facilities. Access via a 65-mile dirt road from San Telmo de Abajo, 80 miles south of Ensenada on the Transpeninsular Highway.

Catavina Cave Paintings: The most easily accessible of Baja’s primitive rock art, thought to be 600 to 1000 years old. Vivid geometric and abstract pictographs cover the walls and ceiling of a small cave two miles north of Cataviña near Km. 170 on the Transpeninsular Highway.
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