Photo: Rosa Felix


For most, spring and summer are the most anticipated times of the year due their warmer climates and annual vocational breaks, making coastlines some of the most sought out destinations enjoyed by couples, families and peers alike. Vacationers tend to prefer environments that fill their lives with tropical energies around this time. Whether it’s sun bathing, tanning or just soaking in the water, we’re perpetually searching for places that pull us away from everyday life, the city, traffic and noise.

South of Ensenada, in Punta Brava, you’ll find isolated beaches that are rarely visited yet charming enough to take your breath away. So, if solitude is what you’re looking for, these are our most ideal recommendations. Although reaching some of them will require short hikes, we’re sure that the scenic journey will be well worth the effort. Other sites found in this area are Estero Punta Banda and the Lengüeta Arenosa where it is said that three thousand years ago the Kumiai indigenous people inhabited this site. Their presence is reflected in the magnificent paintings that can be found in the region.

Playa Escondido, El Zepelin, Playa Cocodrilo, Arbolitos, Campo 7, Campo 5 are also some of the jewels that can be found near La Bufadora (a popular attraction), wherein many outdoor activities are available to the public such as kayaking and hiking. Have your backpacks handy to explore these wonderful sites, where the only concern will be where to take the perfect photo with the golden panoramic sunsets of the Pacific as a backdrop.

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