Hospedarse en la Ruta del Vino es una experiencia que combina la tranquilidad y la armonía, rodeado de viñedos y hermosos paisajes naturales que al despertar te hacen sentir estar en un mágico y agradable lugar en medio del Valle de Guadalupe. Cada lugar tiene algo que lo hace único y especial.
Spring has arrived, and with it, warmth, sun, sand and beach days! And there’s no better way to enjoy this season than beside the sea, so we’ve included some unique retreats that are certain to fascinate you once you catch a glimpse of them.
Scenic landscapes, colonial boulevards, vineyards, Mediterranean climates, sea geysers, whale sightings, flora and fauna, but above all, adventure. Ensenada is an ideal destination to experience with your family this spring.
Distinguished by its large vineyards, Valle de Guadalupe is a region that presents a wide variety of delicious wines, boutique hotels and mouthwatering cuisine. Here are our five breakfast picks to try on your next visit to Baja.
Quarantine will soon be over, giving way for you to visit the most incredible destinations Baja California has to offer. Harbors like the stunning waterfront boardwalk in Ensenada, which has been a long-standing favorite to both locals and tourists alike.
The State of Baja California today announced it has been awarded the Safe Travels Stamp by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) in recognition of the health and hygiene protocols put in place by the state. This milestone marks one of the many ways Baja California is diligently working to begin safely welcoming visitors back to the region.
We know that you already miss going out and being able to visit the different places in the region, so here we share the protocols that will be carried out in the different wineries and restaurants of the renowned Wine Route so that your visit is safe.
The scenic road along the coast of Baja California offers incredible panoramic views over cliffs, coves and beaches. 37 km South of Ensenada you arrive at La Bufadora, the only marine geyser in America and a landmark of Ensenada.
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!