Baja California

Baja California has a great tourism potential that can be defined as complex and dynamic for being a generator of economic and social development, as well as a promoter and the region’s culture and history, contributing to family integration and the development of its communities. WINE ROUTE This state’s wine route makes it the ideal destination for family vacations because it offers visitors a vast array of attractive sites and services ranging from the smallest to the largest wine producing companies; from country restaurants to the finest and most demanding gourmet table. This route offers comfortable resorts and bed & breakfast hotels, camping sites, water resorts, museums, art galleries and wine boutiques, crafts centers and na ... Read more >>

The Spanish explorers that landed on Mexican soil in search of gold and fortune, named the new world with cat ...

The intense cultural exchange between north Americans living close to the border and citizens of Baja Californ ...

ECOTOURISM AND ADVENTURE ROUTE For those with a passion for nature, there are the Natural Protected areas of ...

“BC, Big for You “ is the slogan for the government’s social and economic development plan that is taking plac ...

The California Peninsula is a narrow strip of land separated from the Mexican territory by the Gulf of Califo ...

The state is divided into 5 municipalities: Tijuana, Mexicali, Ensenada, Tecate and Playas Rosarito. The ur ...

Born in Agua Caliente de Garate in the State of Sinaloa, Governor José Guadalupe Osuna Millán graduated with a ...

In the 2005 Population and Housing census, Baja California registered 2, 844,469 inhabitants, 2.8% of the nati ...

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Articles for Baja California

The Marinas at Mexico
Many times when we want to spend some time relaxing and get away from the everyday routine, we do not know where to go, so here we bring you one of the best options to spend a good time alone or with family, we mean sea tourism. Read More>>

Top mexican airports
In a country where tourism is a major revenue is not surprising that the airport industry is growing and the top 15 airports in the country received an average of just over 10% increase in the number of travelers regarding last year. Read More>>

The Best Restaurants in Mexico
Undoubtedly, Mexico is known worldwide for its vast gastronomy, anyone who visits our country can´t leave without tasting at least a traditional dish Read More>>

Ricardo Legorreta-Vilchis, pioneer of the architecture in Mexico
Ricardo Legorreta Vilchis, who was an ensign and a great representative of the Mexican architecture worldwide, was born on May 7, 1931 in Mexico City and died on December Read More>>

The Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City
Near the metro station and the Forest of Chapultepec, on the most elegant street of the city, is located the Museum of Modern Art (MAM). The inauguration of the building, which has Read More>>

Nudist Beaches in Mexico
The acceptance of these tourist areas began in the 70's, and they have become very popular in some areas of the United States and Europe. In most public places nudity can get you arrested or impose you a Read More>>

The Worst Earthquakes in Mexico
Since we are located in a great seismic zone of the world (the San Andrés Fault in Baja California, Mexico´s location in the fire belt of the pacific and the country´s distribution among Read More>>

Boating in Los Cabos and The Sea of Cortez
This region of Mexico is, maybe, besides the Cancun region and the Riviera Maya, one of the most exclusive destinations of the country, visited by tourists from all over the world. Read More>>

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