Cielo Mar Phase I

The Master Plan page includes a drawing labeled "Section B" among the Topographical Map documents. It is likely that much of the land in Section B will be within the Phase I Execution Plan for the development. Among the first infrastructure projects will be to the...
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Cielo Mar Hydrology

The "Hydrology" map provided on the Master Plan page shows where rainwater is free to flow - before developing the land for the Cielo Mar community. It is one of the requirements of the Master Plan to define how the flow of water will be accommodated and managed...

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Cielo Mar Land Profiles

A "Profiles" drawing is provided with the Topographical Maps on the Master Plan page. This drawing shows elevation profile charts for the land cross-sections, as labeled on the map shown in the upper right side of the drawing. Number labels on the profile charts refer...

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Launch of the Cielo Mar Website

We are pleased to launch this website, CieloMarBaja.com, for the planned Cielo Mar 5,000-acre Oceanfront Residential/Resort Community in Baja California, Mexico. This is an early stage website, which will be updated regularly as the Master Plan for Cielo Mar...

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Ensenada, Mexico

Ensenada known as the "Cinderella of the Pacific", is the third largest city in Baja. It has been said that Ensenada is the city that was built around a bar, Hussong's Cantina, which opened in 1892, has played a key role in the development of this port town. Ensenada...

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Surfing Baja California

Surfing in Baja began in the mid 1940’s when vacationing surfers ventured south of the border looking for quality waves. Since then, surfers have been returning year after year, and season after season, with countless stories of perfect peeling right-hand point...

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El Rosario, Baja California

Oldest Town & The Heart of Baja California  - Founded on July 2, 1774 -  History Misión Nuestra Señora del Santísimo Rosario de Viñacado (from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Mission El Rosario was the first Dominican mission in Baja California, established in...

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​Escalera Nautica (Nautical Ladder)

This past year, in May, the Mexican government announced the reactivation of a huge project for developing Baja California for U.S. tourists and vacationers. The first step in this project is to complete the Port of Santa Rosaliita to make the area dock-ready for...

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