We call it Baja Beach Colony. You may simply call it heaven. Lying between Punta Roscosa and Puerto San Andres, it's a large parcel of remote, gorgeous ocean front with sweeping views and a stunning beach! Surrounded by miles of empty, open space, less than one hundred lucky owners will share a five hundred acre private preserve. Located in the middle of the Valle de Los Cirios, a huge protected area, your neighbors will be the wind, water and the Sierra Columbia mountains!
Besides the amazing year-round Mediterranean climate, this area is famous for the stunning natural beauty that you simply will not find anywhere else in the world. Surfing (the famous Seven Sisters breaks are right here), fishing and whale watching, mountain biking, exploring and swimming are all part of the Baja Beach Colony lifestyle. And the Sea of Cortez and the incredible Lagunar Ojo de Libre (Scammon's Lagoon, a protected sanctuary, where the whales, sea lions and seals come to frolic and reproduce) are nearby in Bahia de Los Angeles and Guerrero Negro.
Truly a special place, this property was a challenge to access in the past but now has a paved road from Mexico Highway One right to the village of Santa Rosalillita. The property then is only five miles off the paved road, and about an hour from Bahia de Los Angeles or Guerrero Negro. At Santa Rosalillita you can buy groceries and every day needs.
The Mexican government agency Fonatur is developing an Eco-Tourism plan for the mid-Baja region (see News link above).
Mexico recently ran power to the marina under development in Santa Rosalillita, and is planning a water desalinization plant (Culinary water is already available in the area).