Baja California, Mexico

Beach Front.

This naturally built home, is built from 100% sustainable products. It boasts 8,000 square feet of earthen stone and hardwood architecture. The doors and windows are made of solid Mesquite. The outer wall — hand chiseled stone. This handsome, two-story hacienda is replete with travertine and Oaxaca-imported Talavera Mexican tile (in every bathroom and the kitchen and fountains) and brimming with artistic mosaic design and décor — plus, ocean views from every room! You literally live 100 yards from the Sea of Cortez, yet your Hacienda is surrounded with a 10-foot stone wall and security cameras, so your safety has been made priority number one!

Onsite concierge and amenities feature full majordomo services, including daily butler and cook/housekeeper. There are two (2) kitchens(one outdoor with a view of the beach), 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and so much more.

Just a few steps beyond the veranda and outdoor kitchen are the very Baja coves where a marine specimen-collecting boat expedition inspired author John Steinbeck’s most important work of non-fiction, The Log from the Sea of Cortez.

The luxurious indoor and outdoor living spaces of this secure and gated seaside estate provides the intimacy of a luxury home with fresh seafood dinners prepared by the cook, endless activities and a sun-seekers paradise — all in the heart of the central Baja peninsula. Or you can send the cook home and cook your own catch as you overlook the Sea.

Baja Fishing

With advance notice, the captain of a local “ponga” boat will pick you up at the cove and act as your guide to the area’s best fishing for Dorado, yellowtail, summer sailfish, Sierra, bonito, white sea bass, rooster fish, amber jack, rockfish and whale sharks.

Featuring the most exotic ocean life and pure waters on the planet, this $500/day excursion — which includes the boat’s captain, gasoline, fishing gear/bait/supplies — is the adventure that both memories and dinner are made of. Plus, if you did this in Cabo, you’d be living in huge crowds and pay more like $2000/day+ for a family to fish.

Adventures for all

Explorer Jacques Cousteau aptly described this region of Baja California Sur as “The World’s Aquarium” and “The Galapagos of North America.” The turquoise-sparkled waters are ideal for the nature lover, sports fisherman, and the more adventurous.

Snorkel, Fish & Hike

Watch whales and manta rays frolic in your wake, deep sea fish for ocean delicacies, snorkel and dive with brightly colored tropical fish, kayak on calm waters, or hike, bike, and explore the surrounding mountains and painted deserts. Take a day to explore many of the first known cave paintings declared as a world treasure by UNESCO.

Dining & Shopping

Glimpse the mountain range along Highway 1 as you visit the nearby village of Santa Rosalia and town of Mulege, only a few minutes’ drive north, offering catch-of-the-day restaurants and GREAT shopping — they even have items from Oaxaca.

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