Baja Beach Getaway
KM 72 Highway 19
Todos Santos
Baja, Mexico

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KM 72 Highway 19 -  Todos Santos -  Baja, Mexico
  Within Mexico: 624-184-4652 - from the U.S. and Canada:  702-491-2021


Location and Directions
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From the Los Cabos airport, take the toll road (to your left as you exit). The toll road bypasses the corridor and Cabo San Lucas, coming out on Highway 19. Follow the signs for Todos Santos. Continue north on Highway 19 about 15 minutes to kilometer marker 73. About 15 seconds after you pass the km 73 marker, you will turn left at the dark red wall with the sign "Rancho Nuevo." Enter through the gate; you are now on a forked dirt road. Veer left and drive to the end of the road where the ocean is directly in front of you. The Villa del Mar is immediately to your left with an 8-ft. wall surrounding the property. If you are renting the Vista del Mar, drive to the third set of gates, which should be open for you. There is a "Baja Beach Getaway" sign on the wall. You've arrived!

If you want to buy groceries on the way, take the Cabo San Lucas exit off the toll road. After you pay your toll, follow the Todos Santos signs to Highway 19 and turn right. About three blocks up on the left is La Comer. This is a good place to purchase groceries, as it has a protected turn traffic signal. Turn left to get back onto Hwy. 19 and travel north to the KM 73 marker, and proceed as above.   


Pescadero is a rural town with a rich history of agriculture, ranching and fishing. Today, itís a vibrant community situated between the resort destination of Cabo San Lucas and Pueblo Magico, Todos Santos, with a growing population of American and Canadian expatriates who live and work with local officials and townspeople to build a thriving community.

A modern four-lane highway was completed in the fall of 2012. It stretches from Cabo to La Paz and further opens the door for more residents and tourists to enjoy all Pescadero has to offer: pristine beaches, scenic mountains, lush growing fields, fishing, eco-tourism and local commerce. Pescadero is also home to excellent dining, boutique hotels, inns and vacation rentals, swimmable beaches and world-class surf breaks.

Nestled between the majestic Pacific Ocean to the west, and spectacular Sierra de la Laguna Mountain range to the east, Pescadro relies largely on its agricultural base. Best known for its Poblano chile fields, other typical crops include tomatoes, basil, and strawberries. Water is abundant from underground sources, and while much of the food grown here is exported, residents also benefit from the plentiful supply of healthy, fresh produce.

Beaches on the Pacific side of Baja are rarely safe for swimming; however Pescadero is home to several popular swimming and surfing spots. Playa Pescadero at San Pedrito point is a world-class right reef break, and Cerritos beach is great for beginners and intermediate surfers.

So whether itís surfing, boogie boarding, shopping, fishing, beach combing, eating out, or just toasting a stunning sunset, El Pescadero and surrounding areas are great places to visit and live.


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