Mexicali is an interesting city and capital of Baja California, located right on the border with the United States. It has greatly developed agriculture, industry, services, real estate, and in recent years, the tourism sector.
Puerto Nuevo is an acclaimed tourist spot near Rosarito, internationally recognized for its lobster. In this tiny village, fishermen and their wives have been delighting tourists since the 1950s
San Quintin is a small fishing town in Baja California. It has privileged access to the Pacific Ocean, making it an important tourist area of the Ensenada Municipality and an economic key for the state.
Bahia de Los Angeles is nestled in the Baja California peninsula between the Central Desert and the Sea of Cortez. Also considered a biosphere reserve, it is a refuge for whales and countless bird species.
In addition to good wines, the Valle de Guadalupe has excellent hotels among the vineyards. It is definitely worth staying here!
The Baja Peninsula has access to two of the most productive ocean fisheries in the world. From big marlin to beautiful roosterfish, you will find some amazing opportunities with access by road or boat.
Tecate lies in Baja California, Mexico’s border with the United States. It preserves the beauty of its vast desert landscapes, ranches, and modern traditions, represented by beer and wine.
More than 30 million people cross through Tijuana Mexico every year to the United States. Nevertheless, Tijuana has many other good reasons to stay a few extra days for a vacation.
Rosarito Mexico, in the Baja California peninsula, is a small town that has everything you need for an unforgettable beach vacation.
The peninsula of Baja California Sur, surrounded by the beautiful waters of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, is the perfect destination for relaxation, natural life observation, aquatic amusements, and tasting some of the best seafood in the country.