"The wine capital of Mexico". Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, Ensenada is the largest municipality in Mexico. Its vast natural offerings attract nature buffs that enjoy the outdoors. Two National Parks are located here: Constitucion de 1857 and Sierra San Pedro Martir. This last one is also the home of the National Astronomical Observatory and “El Picacho del Diablo” (devils peak), the highest mountain in the Baja peninsula. Find Natural Protected areas like Valle de Los Cirios, Islas del Golfo, la Biósfera de Isla de Guadalupe, among others. Discover and live Ensenada!
What you need to know:
- 90% of Mexican wine is produced here.
- The most visited tourism seaport on the Pacific, with over 700 thousand cruise goers.
- Off-roading world capital and home of the Baja 1000.
- Named as Creative City by UNESCO for its gastronomy.
Discover wineries in the valley that make up 90% of Mexico’s wine industry. The Mediterranean weather is perfect for visiting during all seasons and trying out all the combinations of charcuterie, cheeses and wines. You can also stay at the most amazing places with spectacular views of the vineyards, take a tour around the wineries and enjoy events, concerts, as well as Fiestas de la Vendimia.LEARN MORE
Baja California produces 90% of Mexican wine, with over 150 wineries and surrounded by natural landscapes, in Valle de Guadalupe you can find an excellent food scene.LEARN MORE
Ensenada is a nature and adventure lovers paradise. Sky, sea or land; take on exiting activities like surfing, sport fishing, kayaking, golf, rappel, hiking, mountain biking, zip lines, camping, photo-safaris, stargazing and more. In season, you can swim along whale sharks, or go on a gray whale or great white shark watching trip. Ensenada awaits!LEARN MORE
Ensenada offers gastronomic, cultural, sporting events and concerts. Check out the events calendar before traveling to Ensenada. Don’t forget to visit La Bufadora, ranches and spas, hot springs, horseback riding and many other activities and places to discover.LEARN MORE
Staying in the Wine Route is an experience that combines peace and harmony, surrounded by vineyards and natural landscapes that make you feel like you're in a magical place, all in the middle of Valle de Guadalupe. Each spot has something unique and special.LEARN MORE
10 February, 2020
The curious story of how a Russian colony brought the real Mediterranean diet to the Guadalupe Valley: wine, oil, cheese and olives. Flavors made in Mexico taking you all the way to Greece, Italy or Spain. Incredible!
28 June, 2019
17 June, 2019
Two women called Margarita, two historic bars, two different styles. Stagecoach canteen or elegant casino. In any case, a trip filled with nostalgia. You decide: who makes the best margarita?
3 April, 2019
If you’re looking to pair yummy food with refreshing craft beer, then you definitely have to try out this place and live an incredible brewery experience downtown.