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Acapulco curves around the 7-mile half-moon shore of Acapulco Bay located on the Pacific Coast, 268 miles south of Mexico City. Commonly known as the "Queen of Mexican Beach Resorts", Acapulco boasts warm waters and consistent sunshine throughout the year, with an average temperature of 80° F (30° C). As such, popular attractions, including a variety of high-adrenaline water sports, are largely centered on the beach.

Acapulco is divided into two regions: Old Acapulco and Modern Acapulco. Old Acapulco (known as El Centro or downtown Acapulco) is an intimate colonial-era neighborhood located in Acapulco Bay’s Westside cove. This is where the locals come to dine and enjoy town festivals. Modern Acapulco, an expansion from Old Acapulco located on the eastside of the Acapulco Bay beachfront, is lined with restaurants, discos-style nightclubs and shopping plazas.

As one of Mexico’s most famous beach resorts, Acapulco has much to offer in terms of real estate, including condos, villas, and luxury vacations homes. It is served by Acapulco International Airport, located 26 km from downtown Acapulco, and is acceincludesble by Highway 200 from the east and west and by Highway 95 from the north.
Ajijic-Chapala is located in Central Mexico, on the northern shores of Mexico’s largest natural lake, Lake Chapala, surrounded by the Sierra Madre Mountains. The villages of Lake Chapala have long been the prime location for weekend getaways by wealthy Guadalajarans. Ajijic’s cobblestone streets, which date back to days of Spanish rule, are lined with elegant restaurants, boutiques and galleries. Chapala, located 5 miles (7 km) west of Ajijic, is home to a number of sidewalk cafes as well as the charming Madero Street plaza and the Chapala Handicrafts Market. This region’s cultural charm, mile-high altitude, and subtropical climate, with an average temperature of 68° F (20° C), make it the ideal place to live and vacation.

Captivated by Lake Chapala’s natural surroundings and breathtaking scenery, over 20,000 American and Canadian expatriates have made home to this warm and friendly community throughout the last decade. One of the main draws of this area is its proximity to Guadalajara. Residents can enjoy Lake Chapala’s serenity while having the convenience of a large metropolitan city and an international airport just 30 miles away.
Located 37 miles (60 km) north of Manzanillo and 124 miles (200 km) south of Puerto Vallarta, Barra de Navidad is a tranquil destination that appeals to those who wish to enjoy the authentic charm of old Mexico. Known as the "Christmas Sandbar", this small fishing village possesses an abundance of sailfish, swordfish, marlin, and albacore, making it an ideal location for fantastic fishing adventures. Birdwatchers can rent small fishing boats and take a cruise to Laguna de Navidad, set on the east side of the sandbar, where numerous exotic waterfowl nest. For a world-class golfing experience, visit the 27-hole golf course on the Isla de Navidad located right across the lagoon. This area is located just 20 minutes away from the Manzanillo International Airport.


Cuernavaca is located in the heart of central Mexico, 52 miles (85 km) south of Mexico City. Famous for its mild, semi-tropical climate, Cuernavaca boasts a consistent 80 F (27 C) temperature year-around and is known as “the city of eternal spring”. Cuernavaca is a popular home for foreigners and has long been the destination for weekend getaways of the wealthy in Mexico City who are attracted to the city’s cultural and historical charm as well as its delightful, near perfect weather.

Cuernavaca offers a blend of outdoor activities and cultural attractions. Lake Tequesquitengo, located 30 miles (48 km) south of Cuernavaca, is a popular destination for ultra-light airplane excursions and a variety of water sports, such as scuba diving and water skiing. To experience Cuernavaca’s rich history, visit the Cortez Palace, the former residence of Herman Cortez before his return to Spain, travel to Xochicalco, one of the most beautiful archeological sites in Mexico, or spend some time exploring Cuernavaca’s downtown fortress-like cathedral that dates back to 1552.

The city is conveniently located on the M-95 (Mexico-Acapulco) expressway and is served by Mexico City International Airport. Additionally, there are regular bus services to Mexico City and other near-by surrounding destinations including Acapulco, Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo.

Huatulco, located at the southern end of Mexico’s Pacific coast, 422 miles (680 km) southeast of Acapulco, boasts 9 pristine bays, 36 white sandy beaches, and numerous inlets and coves along the 22-mile (35-km) stretch of jagged coastline. Huatulco is the ideal location for a number of exciting excursions – spend the day at one of Huatulco’s nine bays and snorkel around the rocky coves, tour one of the many coffee plantations in the Sierra Madre del Sur Mountains located just east of Huatulco, or visit the spectacular butterfly sanctuary surrounded by gorgeous waterfalls and ravines at Finca La Gloria. Huatulco’s natural splendor and pristine beaches have attracted many North American expatriates. On average, Huatulco experiences 330 days of sunshine annually, with an average year-round temperature of 82° F (28° C).

Huatulco is divided into four main districts; the luxury resorts are located along the shores of Tangolunda Bay, the main marina is located in Santa Cruz, the downtown area with a traditional Mexican square is located in La Crucecita, and Chahue, the region between Santa Cruz and Tangolunda Bay. The area is serviced by Huatulco International Airport which is located 12 miles (20 km) northwest of the city. Huatulco is also acceincludesble by Highway 200, which leads to Huatulco from the north.
The twin resorts of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo are located on the Pacific coast, southwest of Mexico City. Ixtapa’s sophisticated infrastructure is well suited for those who prefer modern-day comfort and luxury, from high-rise resort style living to gourmet restaurants and sleek eateries. Zihuatanejo, 4 miles southeast of Ixtapa, is a quintessential Mexico fishing village that has managed to maintain a relaxed ambiance and authentic charm. This destination’s dual character appeals to those who desire the best of both worlds.

The Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo area offers a myriad of exciting activities, including top-ranked sportfishing with a wealth of sailfish, marlin, tuna, and yellowtail, incredible scuba diving sites ranging from deep canyons to shallow reefs, as well as kayaking and snorkeling. The naturally enclosed Zihuatanejo Bay’s calm waters and pristine beaches is also an ideal location for parasailing and snorkeling. The average year-round temperature is 82° F (28° C).

Real estate offerings in the Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo paradise accommodate a variety of different lifestyles. For resort-style indulgence bustling with nearby shops, restaurants, and a thriving nightlife, Ixtapa offers condos, villas, and homes on the golf course, next to the marina, or in the beach enclave. Or, if you are more inclined to a calm lifestyle away from Ixtapa’s fast-paced crowd, opt for a home in Zihuatanejo, in the center of the quaint town or on the shores of its unspoiled beaches. The Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport serves this area, and is located 13 miles (21 km) from Ixtapa and 8 miles (13 km) from Zihuatanejo.
Manzanillo is located on the Pacific coast between Puerto Vallarta and Acapulco. It is often referred to as the "Emerald of the Pacific" because of its blue-green waters and black and gold volcanic sand. Famous for its wide, curving beaches, Manzanillo’s magnificent twin bays – Manzanillo Bay and Santiago Bay – are separated by large rocks and lush foliage. At the southern end of this 7-mile long beach facing Manzanillo Bay is Mexico’s busiest commercial seaport, and to the north is the luxurious and tranquil resort town of Santiago Peninsula. The coastal boulevard, Miguel de La Madrid, connects these two areas.

Needless to say, the natural landscape and unspoiled beaches are Manzanillo’s main attraction, with the prettiest beaches lying along the rocky coves that cluster at the bottom of the Santiago Peninsula. Additionally, Manzanillo offers legendary sportfishing and is known as the "Sailfish Capital of the World". The climate is comfortably warm throughout the year, with an average temperature of 80° F (26° C).

There is a high demand for Manzanillo condos, villas, and homes. As a result of its growing popularity, real estate prices are on the rise and are increasing at about 20 to 30% on average each year, causing Manzanillo’s population to nearly double in the last decade. The Playa de Oro International Airport, located 25 miles (45 km) northwest of Manzanillo, serves this region.

Mazatlan, known as the "Pearl of the Pacific", is Mexico’s second largest resort city after Acapulco. Located on the Pacific coast 745 miles south of the Arizona border and directly across from the southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula, it extends 15 miles southward into the Pacific, below the tropic of cancer. Mazatlan boasts a warm year-round with an average temperature of 77° F (25° C).

Mazatlan’s golden beaches and fresh seafood offer a wealth of exciting activities and variety of fine dining options and international cuisines. Located at the juncture of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez in an area known as the "world’s greatest fishing trap", it is the perfect destination for deep-sea fishing adventures. Mazatlan also hosts a number of delightful cultural festivities during the year, including the third largest Mardi Gras celebration in the world.

Having escaped the limelight of international tourism, this well-kept secret has only recently been identified as one of the best real estate investment destinations in Mexico by CNN Money. Mazatlan’s spectacular beauty and tranquil setting appeal to many who choose to settle in this natural paradise. The Mazatlan International Airport, located 18 miles (25 km) south of Mazatlan, serves this area. Other alternatives include a ferry service to the Baja California peninsula at La Paz and numerous long-distance bus lines that provide transportation to various locations in Mexico and the United States.
Merida is located on the northwest part of Yucatan 22 miles (35 km) from the Gulf of Mexico coast. Merida is divided into two areas – a historic district and a modern district – located just ten minutes apart, offering a blend of a claincludesc colonial city with the convenience of a metropolitan city. Merida is typically hotter than Mexico’s coastal areas, with an average high temperature of 91° F (33° C).

Merida is deeply rooted in its rich culture and is commonly known as "The White City" due to the predominance of white limestone antique buildings that line the city’s streets. For a taste of Yucatanean culture, visit one of Merida’s many art galleries, cathedrals, museums, haciendas, and cenotes; or try the local Yucatanean cuisine, which contains a sophisticated blend of Mayan, Caribbean, European, and Middle Eastern flavors. Merida also has a number of archeological sites where ancient Mayan ruins have been discovered.

The real estate market in Merida offers a unique mix of urban and coastal properties that have attracted international investors from Europe, America, and Canada. The affordability of Merida real estate leaves buyers with a number of options to choose among. Some opt for the city’s modern homes, located on the north side of the city, that have more of an international flare and are surrounded by lively bars and restaurants. Others purchase and renovate existing homes with ancient colonial architecture located in neighborhoods in and around Merida’s historic district. This area is served by Merida International Airport.
Puerto Escondido, located 229 miles (368 km) southeast of Acapulco, is known as one of Mexico’s best value resorts with a multitude of inexpensive dining options. Puerto Escondido is divided into two areas. North of the coastal Highway 200, known as Upper Town, the area is full of shops, markets, restaurants, as well as residential and tourist accommodations. South of the coastal Highway 200, sits many tourist shops that sell authentic Guatemalan, Oaxacan, and Balinese clothing and art.

Puerto Escondido’s main attraction is the beach. Commonly referred to as "The Mexican Pipeline", it is internationally renowned as a surfer’s paradise with Playa Zicatela ranked as one of the top 10 surfing beaches in the world. With average temperatures of 86° F (30° C) and terrific surfing, it is no secret why the beach is so highly coveted.

Boasting spectacular oceanfront views and friendly locals, Puerto Escondido attracts a number of retirees and vacation home owners who prefer a more tranquil atmosphere. While this laid-back fishing town has grown steadily since the 1960’s, it has not at all reached mega-resort status. Puerto Escondido has maintained the traditional charm of a small Mexican village, yet it offers modern-day amenities and services found in highly developed resorts such as Los Cabos and Acapulco. Puerto Escondido International Airport is located only 2.5 miles (4 km) north of the city’s center.

Puerto Peñasco, known as Rocky Point, is located on the Pacific Coast right along the Sea of Cortez. This fishing village is divided into two main sections of picturesque beaches: Sandy Beach, the wide, flat area, is located to the west; and the La Mirador, Playa del Oro, and Las Conchas areas are located to the east. Puerto Peñasco enjoys over 340 days of sunshine each year, with an average temperature of 95° F (35° C) during the summer months and 64° F (18° C) during the winter months.

The stretch of unspoiled golden beaches extending along the coast provides a serene tranquility for those who enjoy a laid-back atmosphere. However, Puerto Peñasco also offers a variety of activities for those seeking fun and excitement, including miles of open dunes perfect for off-road excitement on ATVs and a nearby Bird Island, where visitors can whale-watch on the boat ride to the island and snorkel amongst the seals that inhabit this area.

Located just several hours south of the U.S. and Mexican border, the Puerto Peñasco real estate market has seen a large influx of American retirees. A new highway extending northward that will shorten the drive from southern California by 100 miles will open at the end of 2008. Presently, visitors must fly into Phoenix or Tuscan, Arizona (215 miles to the north) and make further travel arrangements to Puerto Peñasco via land transportation. However, due to the increasing popularity of this destination, Puerto Peñasco International Airport, which is currently only available to private planes, will open to international commercial operations in 2009.

Puerto Vallarta is located at the inner cove of Banderas Bay, nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains. Home to the world’s best beaches, resorts, and attractions including world-class golf courses, a bustling nightlife, as well as numerous high-adrenaline water sports, it is the ideal location for those who prefer an active, adventurous lifestyle. The average year-round temperature is 80° F (27° C), with over 300 days of sunshine each year.

Puerto Vallarta has evolved from a sleepy seaside village into one of the most visited Mexican resort cities, yet it has managed to maintain the charm of old Mexico. Voted the "World’s Friendliest International City" by Conde Nast Magazine, visitors and newcomers are often greeted by genuinely welcoming locals. Old Puerto Vallarta still resembles much of the picturesque Spanish colonial flavor, lined with red tiled roofs, whitewashed buildings and cobblestone streets. New Puerto Vallarta, on the other hand, is home to many luxurious all-inclusive, mega-resort developments. Puerto Vallarta offers something for everyone’s palate, making it a top destination for the sports lover and the culturally inclined alike.

The real estate market in Puerto Vallarta is full of great investment opportunities. Luxurious homes along world-class golf courses, high-rise condos overlooking the stunningly beautiful Banderas Bay, as well as villas located in the lush jungles are some of Puerto Vallarta’s highly attractive options to choose from. Puerto Vallarta’s retirement and vacation housing market has experienced strong appreciation over the last several years as this destination remains to be one of the most popular among U.S. and Canadians as well as other internationals. Puerto Vallarta is home to a community of 6,500 expatriates and offers more than 450 flights daily. This area is served by Puerto Vallarta International Airport, located 5 miles (8 km) north of Puerto Vallarta. A long-distance bus service just outside the airport offers services to Tepic and Mazatlan in the north and Manzanillo and Zihuatanejo in the south, as well as to major inland cities of Guadalajara and Mexico City.
The Riviera Maya region is located on the Yucatan Peninsula’s upper Caribbean coastline and includes Cancun, Tulum, Akumal, Puerto Aventuras, and Playa del Carmen. These coastal villages are connected by Highway 307, which runs the length of the Riviera Mayan coastline extending from north to south. The average year-round temperature is around 77Âş to 79° F (25Âş to 26° C).

Cancun: Cancun is the ideal destination for those who prefer luxurious modern-day amenities. This island paradise is the ultimate location for outdoor sports as well as an exciting nightlife. Boating, sailing, and water sports are some of the popular attractions on this long continuous stretch of beaches. Deep-sea fishing adventures are also popular as over 500 species, including sailfish, wahoo, blue fin, marlin, barracuda and red snapper live in the waters surrounding Cancun. Isla Mujeres, located right off the shores of Cancun, is perfect for scuba diving, snorkeling, and relaxing on the beach.

Cozumel: Located at the eastern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, at approximately 10 miles wide by 30 miles long, Cozumel is the largest island in the Mexican Caribbean. Cozumel boasts the world's second largest coral reef (declared as a national park in 1996) making this destination one of the best snorkeling and scuba diving places in the world. Long white sandy beaches line both sides of the island, with gentle waves and clear waters on the western side and larger waves on the eastern side. The average daily temperature on Cozumel is 80Âş degrees (27°C), and water temperatures range from 77° to 82° F (25° to 28°C) throughout the year. Cozumel may be accessed by climbing aboard newer and faster boats that have regular and convenient schedules departing from Playa del Carmen.

Playa del Carmen: Playa del Carmen appeals to those who prefer more a tranquil lifestyle to the hustle and bustle of Cancun. While it has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, Playa del Carmen still retains the charm of a small fishing town. Take a stroll down to the pedestrian-only Quinta Avenida (Fifth Avenue) for a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. After visiting the trendy shops that sell Balinese and Guatemalan-style clothing, Cuban cigars, and top-notch tequila, make sure to stop by one of the many restaurants and cafes in this area for some Mexican cuisine. Cozumel, the world-famous scuba diving destination, is just a short ferry ride from Playa del Carmen.

For the past decade, the Riviera Maya region has experienced an annual growth rate of 20% and is home to a truly diverse population of Americans, Canadian and European visitors and expatriates. While there are a number of attractive real estate properties currently available, new developments are also underway. Cancun International Airport, which serves the Riviera Maya region, averages over 11 million passengers annually.
San Carlos

Located on the Sea of Cortez, San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico is a lovely Mexican resort community that has long been a popular getaway for tourists from all over, especially Americans and Canadians. San Carlos is located where the Sonoran desert meets the Sea of Cortez. As visitors approach San Carlos, their eyes are drawn to the towering rugged peaks of the “Tetas”, which lie at the end of the main road. Overlooking the entire city, the Tetas is San Carlos’ most famous landmark. In addition to the stunning mountains, the approach to San Carlos offers a stunning view of desert, ocean, tiny islands and long stretches of sandy beaches. At sunset, the sky becomes bright orange, the mountains a bright pink and the water a deep vermillion, from which comes the poetic name given by John Steinbeck to the Sea of Cortez, “the vermillion sea’.

San Carlos offers beautiful sand beaches, spectacular diving and snorkeling in crystal clear waters, kayaking, and offshore fishing. San Carlos is a 4-hour drive from Arizona on Mexico Highway 15, a four-lane divided highway. Alternatively, 55-minute flights are available from Phoenix to Guaymas International Airport, which is only 12 miles by taxi or rental car from San Carlos, making this destination conveniently located.

San Carlos is surrounded by miles of beautiful beaches, each with its own attributes, including boisterous, crowded, quiet, secluded, and rocky and sandy. Some beaches are so secluded, that they may only be reached by boat. San Carlos’ biological diversity and geological peculiarities, makes it an ecological entity with varied ecosystems. The coastline around San Carlos is one of the richest and most varied in Mexico, with cliffs, reefs, caverns, bays, peninsulas, mountains, coves, islands, estuaries, all influencing and being influenced by the climate of San Carlos.

San Carlos hosts an 18-hole championship golf course and two full-service marinas, both with reasonable slip rental rates, making San Carlos a popular destination for boaters.

With an average temperature of 68°F in winter (20° C) and 90°F (32° C) in the summer, San Carlos is a favorite destination for American and Canadian tourists. In fact, many say that one you experience the ambiance and relaxing lifestyle of the Mexican seaside resort town of San Carlos, you may never want to leave.

San Miguel de Allende is located in Central Mexico’s mountainous region 170 miles northwest of Mexico City. Founded in 1542, this historic town is a Mecca for aspiring and accomplished artists alike. Boasting a unique cultural charm while offering a high standard of living, San Miguel de Allende has emerged as one of the top ten tourist destinations in Mexico. Average temperatures range from 61Âş to 72° F (16Âş and 22° C), with hotter temperatures during the day and cooler temperatures at night.

The town’s laid-back ambiance and rich culture has captured the hearts of many people. Popular activities are centered on the arts and learning. Some of Mexico’s best art galleries and shops are located in San Miguel de Allende. Spend a day meandering through Mercado de Artesanias, the city’s daily crafts market, or tour the studies of local craftsman. If you prefer a more hands-on experience, register for one of the many painting, weaving, photography, and sculpture classes offered – the poincludesbilities are endless!

San Miguel de Allende is not only a popular tourist destination and art colony, but is also home to a growing community of retirees. Named one of the best places to retire by CNN Money, the picturesque cobblestone streets, colonial architecture, and near-perfect weather make San Miguel de Allende an attractive destination for American and Canadian expatriates. Although home prices have increased with this destination’s increasing popularity among retirees, prices still remain affordable. This area is served by two international airports: the Del Bajío International Airport located 110 miles (170 km) away; and Queretaro International Airport, located 40 miles (70 km) away. Driving to San Miguel de Allende is not recommended, as the city is only acceincludesble from a few winding highways that weave through the mountains of Northern and Central Mexico.
Ensenada: Founded in 1542, Ensenada first began as a bustling industrial city and has since become a popular tourist destination often referred to as the "Cinderella of the Pacific". Located just 70 miles south of the U.S. and Mexico Border, Ensenada is in the heart of the Valley of Guadalupe where the majority of Mexican wines are produced. Ensenada enjoys a warm, Mediterranean-like weather with a mild year-round temperature of 70° F (21° C). It is also home to one of Mexico’s most beautiful wonders; the "La Bufadora" marine geyser.

Much of Ensenada’s real estate offerings are within gated residential home developments situated on the hills overlooking the Bay of Todos Santos and the Port of Ensenada. With a range of activities including golfing, fishing, kayaking, mountain biking, and many others to choose from, a large number of American retirees proudly call Ensenada home, in addition to an increasing number of American vacation home owners.

Rosarito: Rosarito is a quaint seaside paradise located just 20 scenic miles south of the U.S. and Mexico border. The main urban district, a four-mile stretch along the beach on Benito Juarez Boulevard, features a myriad of shops famous for selling high-quality furniture and home accessories as well as a selection of over 85 restaurants in what is known as a "Gourmet’s Paradise". Visit Puerto Nuevo for exquisite, internationally renowned pan-friend lobsters just 15 minutes south of Rosarito. In addition, Rosarito is home to Fox Studios Baja originally built for the filming of Titanic, and Foxploration, a one-of-a-kind movie theme park.

Rosarito’s real estate market boom in the past decade can be attributed to its proximity to San Diego, making it the perfect place for American expatriates to retire in beautiful ocean view communities or purchase a vacation home. Approximately a quarter of Rosarito’s population is made up of American expatriates.

Tijuana: Tijuana, the "Gateway to Mexico", is situated right on the U.S. and Mexico border 12 miles south of San Diego, CA. It is home to the rapidly growing population of Americans who have moved south of the border to escape the high cost of living in southern California and commute to work in San Diego. Having one of the largest foreign communities in Mexico, approximately 50,000 Americans reside in Tijuana.

Tijuana’s main attractions are its shopping and entertainment opportunities, where you will find handcrafted Mexican products and one of the most vibrant nightlife scenes in Mexico. It also has a thriving contemporary art scene as well as a variety of cultural and sports activities throughout the year. Whether you choose to spend the day at one of Tijuana’s museums, arts centers, or galleries, or attend baseball games, bullfights, boxing or wrestling matches, the city offers a wide array of attractions for everyone’s satisfaction. Two international airports serve this region: Tijuana International Airport and San Diego International Airport. A number of buses that offer frequent service to various areas of Mainland and Baja Mexico are available as well.
Named one of the best places to retire by CNN Money, few places in the world surpass the serene tranquility of La Paz. This is the heavenly capital of Baja California Sur and is located right on the Sea of Cortez in the southeastern Baja California Peninsula. With an average year-round temperature of 75° F (24° C), La Paz boasts miles of pristine beaches with a warm desert climate during the day and cool ocean breezes at night.

Whether you prefer a relaxed or active lifestyle, La Paz is the ideal location for you. Enjoy fantastic views of seaside sunsets along the unspoiled coastline and some of the best fishing and scuba diving that Baja California has to offer. With calm waters ideal for speed boating and three undeveloped islands available to kayakers, divers, and sailors, aquatic sports in La Paz are considered second to none. Culture is predominant in this coastal Mexican town full of colonial architecture and cathedrals that date back to the 16th century. Having developed slowly but steadily over the last century, La Paz hosts a number of cultural festivities throughout the year and has retained its small town charm.

With the recent worldwide interest in La Paz, several major multimillion-dollar developments are currently in progress and a multitude of smaller complexes are also on the rise. La Paz is served by the La Paz International Airport and is a short two-hour flight from Los Angeles, CA. In addition, two ferry services operate from the port of Pichilinque, connecting the Baja California peninsula to the mainland at Mazatlan and Topolobampo.
The culturally rich town of Loreto is located along the shores of the Sea of Cortes, hidden beneath the Sierra de la Giganta Mountains. It has remained one of Mexico’s most treasured secrets for the past three centuries. As the oldest permanent settlement in Baja California, the town is full of winding cobblestone streets and beautiful architecture that reflect the town’s Spanish colonial origins. Loreto’s sunny climate, with an average year-round temperature of 82° F (28Âş C), makes it the ideal location to enjoy world-class sportfishing or to hike to the beautifully restored 300-year-old Miincludeson of San Javier, which lies in the mountains just behind Loreto. Other popular outdoor activities include sailing, kayaking, snorkeling, horseback riding, and whale watching.

The Villages of Loreto Bay, a major 8,000-acre development of oceanfront properties located 7 miles south of the town of Loreto, is being developed into what will be the largest sustainable community in North America. Upon completion in 2020, the Villages of Loreto Bay will have approximately 6,000 seaside homes and state-of-the-art amenities including two 18-hole championship golf courses, a luxurious Beach Club, and tranquil spas, as well as a number of restaurants, boutiques, galleries, and market. This area is served by Loreto International Airport and is also acceincludesble via land transportation. Loreto is located 715 miles south of the U.S. border, a 2-day commute from southern California.
Los Barriles is located in the heart of the East Cape region on Costa Alegre. Featuring miles of unspoiled beaches with a strong breeze and gentle surf, it is no surprise that Los Barriles is ranked one of the top five wind surfing and kite boarding destinations in the world. Known to be an adventurer’s paradise, Los Barriles offers incredible deep sea fishing, diving, biking, horseback riding, and mountain biking adventures. Los Barriles’s boasts an average year round high temperature is 85Âş F (29° C).

Los Barriles’ prime location is highly attractive to North American expatriates and vacation home owners who prefer a more relaxed lifestyle but also wish to enjoy the convenience and modern day amenities offered by highly developed resorts. This beautiful tranquil seaside destination is only 45 miles (73 km) north of Los Cabos and 65 miles (105 km) south of La Paz. The Los Cabos International Airport and La Paz International Airport service Los Barriles. Los Barriles is also easily acceincludesble by Highway 1.

Los Cabos is one of Mexico’s most beautiful and exclusive destinations. Located on the southernmost tip of the Baja California Peninsula, it unites the waters of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. The Los Cabos region consists of two picturesque towns: Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, connected by a 17-mile stretch of beach, known as the Tourist Corridor, where most of the international resorts and developments are located.

Cabo San Lucas is the southernmost city on the Baja California Peninsula and has long been regarded as a favorite tourist destination. Featuring a thriving nightlife scene and some of the best golf courses in the world as well as phenomenal sportfishing and diving, Cabo San Lucas attracts everyone who enjoys an active lifestyle. San Jose del Cabo, located 14 miles east of Cabo San Lucas, offers the perfect blend of the flavor of a charming Mexican town and the Americanized lifestyle found in Cabo San Lucas. Beaches are one of the main attractions of this area, offering a variety of adventures such as horseback riding excursions along Cabo’s pristine, secluded beaches and world-class sportfishing expeditions. Local fishermen offer whale-watching tours between the months of January and March when the gray whales migrate to the Sea of Cortez.

This region’s breathtaking landscapes and elegant resorts are reasons why it has emerged as a favorite tourist destination as well as popular destination for retirement and vacation homes among Americans and Canadians as well as European and Asians alike. With newly developed communities springing up every day, Los Cabos offers a wide selection of homes to choose from, ranging from affordable starter homes to luxurious multimillion-dollar homes. This area is served by Los Cabos International Airport, located only 6 miles north of San Jose del Cabo.
San Felipe is a small, friendly seaside community located 125 miles south of the U.S. and Mexico border. Known as the "Gateway to the Sea of Cortez", this desert beach town is truly where the desert meets the sea, making it the perfect location for those who enjoy off-road adventures on dirt bikes, ATVs, and dune buggies as well as water sports such as jet skiing and wind surfing. San Felipe has the second biggest tidal change in the world. At times, 7 meter tides expose up to a kilometer of the ocean floor.

Founded in 1916 as a commercial fishing port, San Felipe is famous for its amazing seafood. You’ll find fish taco stands set up on Boulevard Costero, the town’s main beach road, and numerous shops lined up on Avenida Mar de Cortez. Since there is no traditional central marketplace in San Felipe, it is also common for vendors to walk throughout the town and on the beaches, bringing the convenience of shopping to you.

San Felipe’s booming real estate market is experiencing rapid growth as vast expanses of open land in the surrounding areas are being developed to full potential, bringing a huge influx of retirees and vacation home buyers. Whether you prefer secluded ocean front homes or high-rise beachfront condos or even exclusive golf resort living, San Felipe is the ideal location for your retirement or vacation home. Visitors to San Felipe fly into Los Angeles International Airport or San Diego International Airport and make further travel arrangements to San Felipe via land transportation. Direct flights into San Felipe International Airport are only currently available to those who arrive by private planes.

Todos Santos is a quaint, eclectic town located 50 miles south of La Paz and 46 miles north of Cabo San Lucas, at the juncture of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and the Baja desert. Boasting what some call the most favorable climate in Baja California Sur, with an average year-round temperature of 75° F (24° C), and located just two miles from the coast, this tropical oasis is a beach-lover’s paradise and a surfer’s dream. The Mexican Government recently selected Todos Santos as a "Pueblo Magico", distinguishing it as one of over 20 magical towns of Mexico that possesses historical, cultural, and architectural significance. Many who choose to settle in Todos Santos immediately fall in love with the town’s unique charm. Home to a thriving art community and cultural center, Todos Santos’ major thoroughfares are lined with colonial buildings, art galleries and a myriad of shops.

Todos Santos’s exceptional land value, eclectic culture, and spectacular views have drawn a growing number of American expatriates. Property prices in Todos Santos’ beautiful beachside communities are rising steadily as this once sleepy region north of Cabo San Lucas is being developed to full potential. Two international airports serve this area: La Paz International Airport (1 hour drive) and Los Cabos International Airport (1.5 hour drive).
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