In northwestern Mexico is located the state of Baja California Norte. The state is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, the Sea of Cortes, and boasts great weather. The heart of Baja California Norte also gives us mountain ranges, deserts, and is home of the border cities of Tijuana, Tecate and Mexicali.
Baja California Norte is synonymous with a rich culture of wine, food, and tourism, placing this region of the country as one of the most visited. The warmth of its people and the feeling of welcome in every city, Baja California Norte promises to receive with open arms any tourist making his or her way through the state.
Fertile valleys covered in vines and olive trees invite us to make our way through the wine route. This is a road which runs from Ensenada to Tecate, offering majestic vistas of the region, and in each stop you can sample the excellent wines of its valleys, and pair them with delicious regional food.
If you visit the northern part of the peninsula, trying its local beer is a must. Wejoytrip recommends Cantina Hussong’s, located in downtown Ensenada, and famous for its brews and its attractive ambiance. This bar is over a century old, and is the most visited by tourists looking for a good time with family or friends. Cheers!
Live unforgettable moments as you contemplate the marvelous sunsets in San Quintín Bay. Make it a point to stroll the Ensenada Malecón, the city’s main waterfront promenade. Make time visit and listen to the wild roars of the “Bufadora,” a spectacular geyser located 30 km. (19 mi.) south of Ensenada. It is the crash of two opposing currents in a cave under the sea that create this majestic spectacle, with spurts of water reaching 20 meters (65 feet) in height. The visit here will also offer wonderful views of the sea, an opportunity to appreciate the beautiful beaches of Ensenada and Todos Santos Island.
Enjoy the famous and traditional lobster in Puerto Nuevo, found in the beaches of Rosarito. The music and the spectacular views of the sea will add to the fun, as you make your way through the iconic port.
Be charmed by the “magic town” of Tecate, heart of Baja California and home to many natural riches. Nearby, you can also discover the cave paintings in the archaeological zone of Vallecitos, as well as the artisanal clay pieces in the Cerro Azul bazaar, all close to the north point of the Baja California wine route.
Things to see and do beaches, vineyards, gastronomy, golf, hiking, mountain climbing, cave paintings, camping, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, surfing, whale watching, shopping, deserts, and culture.
Magic Towns: Tecate.
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