Ensenada

Ensenada

Ensenada is the fifth largest municipality in the world with 52,000 km2, 1500 km of coastline on two seas: the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California. A population density of 9 inhabitants per km2 (California has 92 per km2, Yucatán 48 per km2, Quintana Roo 31 per km2, Arizona 20 per km2 and Florida 108 per km2) shows that Ensenada is a spot where space is congruent with nature.

Ensenada

Ensenada is noted for its contrasts in vegetation, climate and topography, with the large desert areas standing out and bordering on the Gulf of California, the pine forests of San Pedro Mártir and the Sierra de Guadalupe, in addition to the eastern range which is cloaked in white for a few weeks in winter.

To talk about Ensenada is to penetrate a world of hues, colors and endless adventure. For starters, a colorful tour of beautiful beaches, marinas, typically Mexican folklore and a gastronomic offering that meets international standards. People who like fishing, sailing, surfing, off road vehicles and unforgettable events like sighting whales coming down from Alaska come to the area at different times of the year. A consolidated preference has made Ensenada one of the most visited and appreciated places in the Mexican Republic.

The places of interest near Ensenada provide a wide array of alternatives: Isla de Guadalupe and diving with the white shark, Ojos de Liebre bay for whale spotting from December 15 to March 15, Ojos Negros and its unmatched production of artisanal cheese in Mexico, Tijuana with its clubbing and folklore, Mexicali with its drive and agricultural production, the beauty of Bahía de San Quintín and the saline lagoon, the world's largest salt producer at Guerrero Negro and the country's most important observatory in the San Pedro Mártir sierra.

Because of its Mediterranean climate, Ensenada produces most of the country's wines. Wine production facilities in Valle de Guadalupe, Ojos Negros and Santo Tomás include some of Mexico's most important wine makers.

Ensenada is also characterized by its world-class infrastructure, which includes a local airport, hospitals, educational facilities, research centers, museums, galleries and, of course, boutique hotels strategically located throughout the area and now the Cuatrocuatros community development as part of this complex and sensitive universe.