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Investments of US $2.5 billion announced at World Tourism summit

Investors will fund projects in Yucatán, Quintana Roo, Baja California Sur and Jalisco Published on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 The pandemic may not be over but air travel between Mexico and the United States is nevertheless set to rebound strongly in 2021. Member...
First Reservation Offer

First Reservation Offer

We are already starting to see great interest in Cielo Mar and have received questions about the possibility of making early purchase commitments for lots in exchange for special pricing. We have therefore decided to offer pre-sales reservations to interested parties....

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Ensenada, Mexico

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 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

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)

​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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