Sierra de San Pedro Martir

Sierrade San Pedro Martir

Sierra de San Pedro Martir, Mexico

Sierra de San Pedro Martir National Park is located on the northern part of the Cordillera Baja California Mountain Range called the Sierra de San Pedro Martir. The park is located in Baja California Sur, Mexico. It protects one of the few pine tree forests on the Baja California Peninsula. The park also protects habitats for the Bighorn Sheep as well as the California Condor. Mexico’s largest optical telescope is located at the National Astronomical Observatory on the nearby peak of Cerro del la Cupula.

Loreto Bay

Loreto Bay, Mexico

Loreto Bay, Mexico

Loreto Bay is located on the coast of the Gulf of California in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. You find Loreto on the east coast of the Baja California Peninsula about 350 miles north of the state capital La Paz. It is now mostly a tourist destination. especially popular for fishing.

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Todos Santos


Todos Santos is an Artists Colony is located on the Pacific coast side of the Baja California Peninsula in the small town of Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Owner operated art galleries, artisan shops and upscale hotels and restaurants have made Todos Santos a popular tourist destination. There is a favorite hotel here called the Hotel California. Is it the one made famous by the Eagles? No one is saying.

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Mazatlan


Mazatlan is located on the Pacific coast at the southernmost tip of the Baja California Peninsula. Mazatlan is the second largest city in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico. It is a popular tourist destination with hotels along the beaches and a car ferry service across the Gulf of California to La Paz.

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Tijuana

Tijuana, Mexico Cutural Hotbed

Tijuana, Mexico a Cutural Hotbed

Tijuana is the located on the northern and western edge of the Baja California Peninsula. It is the largest city in the state of Baja California and an industrial and commercial center. Sharing a 15 mile border with its sister city San Diego it has established itself as an international cultural metropolis. The San Ysidro Port of Entry is the busiest land-border crossing station in the world with over 300,000 a day.

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San Ignacio

Plaza, San Ignacio, Mexico

Plaza, San Ignacio, Mexico

San Ignacio is located in the state of Baja California Sur, Mexico. It is know as an oasis town in the midst of Baja California Peninsula’s Central Desert. It is lush and green with date palms. Accessible by road, it has maintained the 18th century Mission San Ignacio and retains the picturesque plaza and village that attracts tourists.

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Sierra de San Francisco

Sierrade San Francisco Mexico

Sierrade San Francisco, Mexico

Sierra de San Francisco is a mountain range within the El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve. It is located in Mulege Municipality of the northern region of the state of Baja California Sur, Mexico. This range is part of the Peninsula Ranges system, which extends from Southern California to the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula. This range is part of the Baja California Desert ecoregion.

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Bahia de los Angeles

Bahia de Los Angles, de Baai van de Engelen, is gelegen in het centrale deel van het schiereiland Baja California langs de oostelijke kust. De stad met dezelfde naam en de haven liggen in de staat Baja California Sur, Mexico. Het heeft een woestijnklimaat en biedt een goede verankering in de haven.

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Bahía Concepción

Bahia Concepcion Beach

Prachtige stranden aan de baai

Bahia Concepcion is located on the Sea of Cortez in the state of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Bahia Concepcion is made up of more than 50 stranden waardoor het een van de grootste baaien van het schiereiland Baja California. Toeristen hebben gepopulariseerd Playa Los Naranjos, Playa Punta Arena, Playa Santispac en anderen leidt het zuiden naar Mulege, slechts twintig mijl afstand. In de buurt van Playa Santispac ligt de vuurtoren van Isla Pitahaya.

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