The port of Ensenada is located in Ensenada, Baja California and is the second busiest port as well as the second most visited port-of-call for cruise lines and yacht transportation visits in Mexico. The city of Ensenada is a coastal city of Mexico, and is the third largest in Baja California. Residing just 78 miles south of San Diego, the city of Ensenada is commonly referred as “The Cinderella of the Pacific.”
La Paz is an emerging luxury travel destination. Set near the southern tip of Baja California Sur, La Paz is 140 miles north of the tourism mecca of Los Cabos. La Paz, meaning “The Peace.” is aiming to become a magnet for luxury travel and second homes without losing its tranquil, indigenous charms. This coastal gem offers warm Mexican hospitality amidst sugar-sand beaches, azure waters, and alluring wildlife.
Mazatlan, meaning ‘place of deer’ in the Nahuatl language, was a sleepy fishing village until the early 19th century, when it began its transformation into a bustling port receiving vessels from as far away as Asia and Europe. The city hosts major beach resorts and has the second largest fishing fleet in Mexico. Most of the seafood processed in the city is shrimp and tuna.