Valle de Guadalupe is just east of Ensenada (about a two hour’s drive from the United States Mexico border) and produces over 90 percent of the country’s wine. Whether or not you are a diehard wine enthusiast, it’s definitely worth checking out a few of the best wineries in Baja during your next Mexico trip. […]
A coastal city on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, Ensenada is the third-largest city in the state of Baja. Founded in 1542 Ensenada earned the nickname: “the Cinderella of the Pacific” due to its popularity as a port for cruise ships. The city has a population today of 279,769 people and is roughly sixty-two miles south of […]
There are a number of great reasons to cross the border into Mexico. Its breathtaking beaches, enchanting scenic landscapes, and attraction-filled cities are just a few that come to mind
The Vendemia of Valle de Guadalupe is every August it represents the Harvest. Valle de Guadalupe is just east of Ensenada. Make a weekend o
This year Ensenada will host the Annual Tierra del Vino Ensenada.
Baja California seems designed for mountain bikes and riders. If you enjoy a good pedal, and to kick up dust, hit the twists and turns of the hilly terrain and uneven tracks.
While it’s always easy to find an excuse to drop everything and head down to Ensenada for a fun-filled weekend, the Ensenada Blues Festival
The biggest summer volleyball event in all of Mexico, the Mexico International Volleyball Tournament (formerly known as the Estero Beach Volleyball Tournament) is usually held mid-June in Rosarito Beach. Rosarito’s summer tournament attracts some of the best beach volleyball players in the world. In fact, it’s been called the biggest beach volleyball tournament on the […]
The Festival del Caballo (“Festival of the Horse”) is a celebration of horse culture, art, and wine. In essence, it’s a celebration of Baja California culture
Click on the Valle de Guadalupe Map and follow these instructions. The drive to Guadalupe Valley takes about an hour and a half.
This Ensenada map will help you to enjoy your Ensenada adventure even more without being dependent on the internet. Download your copy of the Ensenada map now!
The Rosarito Ensenada Bike Ride is nearly 50 miles of beautiful coastline and high desert terrain.
Playa Estero, known to many simply as Estero Beach, is a tranquil stretch of coast in Ensenada. While all of this Baja California city’s beaches are beautiful, Estero Beach is a more tranquil atmosphere. Famous for it’s resort of the same name there, the beach is a natural beauty. While surfing and its crowds are lining up at other Ensenada beaches, Estero attracts sunbathers, horseback riders, and beachcombers for an altogether more relaxing atmosphere.