For travelers celebrating a special occasion, Mexico’s Valle de Guadalupe is the perfect destination for wine lovers: it offers unforgettable scenery, extraordinary cuisine, luxurious accommodations and welcoming locals eager to share their love and pride in their country.
Known as the “Cinderella of the Pacific,” Ensenada is located 70 miles south of the international border.
Experience the delights of Tijuana, the most visited border town in the world, where centuries of tradition and modern technology come together.
Rosarito is located about 15 miles south of Tijuana. This port is known for its beautiful wide beaches, lively night clubs, international cuisine and the famous Puerto Nuevo style lobster.
The city of Loreto was founded on an extraordinary bay of islands by Jesuit priest, Juan María de Salvatierra, on October 25, 1697.
La Paz was founded by Hernán Cortés in 1535. It has been the capital of the State Baja California Sur since 1829, and is lately becoming a favorite spot for tourists.
Located at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos (the capes) has been one of Mexico’s fastest growing resort areas for the past 10 years, attracting tourists from all over the world!
Todos Santos is one of the most flourishing oases in southern Baja California. With its red brick buildings and wide streets, Todos Santos is still a quiet, charming and picturesque town.