• Cabo Pulmo beach

    East Cape Area

  • Surfing at San Jose del Cabo

    San Jose del Cabo

  • Cabo San Lucas famous El Arco

    Cabo San Lucas

  • Todos Santo's shore

    Todos Santos

  • La Ventana beach

    La Ventana Bay Beach

  • Balandra beach

    Balandra Beach

  • La Paz' Malecón

    La Paz Malecon

  • Sunset at Malecón of La Paz

    Sunset at La Paz Malecon

Baja Sur Real Estate Locations

La Paz

La Paz (Spanish for “The Peace”) is the capital city of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur and an important regional commercial center. The city had a 2005 census population of 189,176 persons, but it can be consider that it roughly reaches the 200,000 persons because of its surrounding towns like “el Centenario”, “el Zacatal” and “San Pedro”. Its surrounding municipality, which is the fourth-largest municipality in Mexico in geographical size, reported a population of 219,596 persons living on a land area of 7,828.2 sq mi. Read more…

La Ventana

Exploding in popularity this conveniently located small fishing village has become a world’s best location for sports enthusiast and retirees, and it is also a great place to for real estate investment.
Rated as one of the most popular places in the world to enjoy Wind surfing and Kite boarding, fishing and snorkeling. This town also enjoys stunning ocean and sunrise view property , surround by majestic mountain ranges and 2 miles of white sand beaches. While small in size this location makes up for that with fantastic investment potentials being realized and all the comforts of home like city utilities and high speed DSL internet, surrounded by stunning beaches and ocean views. Read more…

Todos Santos

Todos Santos Is a great little tropical town at the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains. Named Pueblo Magico in 2006, this town is located 45 minutes south from La Paz and one hour north of Cabo San Lucas. Todos Santos is known as a refuge for artists, and has also become a destination for retirement and living. The great restaurants and galleries around town combine with warm and friendly people.
During the 19th century Todos Santos thrived as the Baja sugarcane capital, which is still evident by the ruins of sugar mills. Now the rich farmlands have been re-worked & the town prospers from an abundance of vegetable and chili farming, avocado, papaya and mango orchards, fishing and ranching. Read more…

Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas (populary known as Cabo) is quickly becoming a high-end holiday destination with a number of resorts and timeshare clubs appearing along the coast between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Now considered one of the largest tourist destinations in Mexico and in the World. Cabo has thrived and grown tremendously in the last 20 years and now is a hot spot for all tourism, full time living and international sports fishing. Enjoying some of the best resorts and hotels, golf courses, the most exclusive shopping places, great restaurants and the best night life. Read more…

San Jose del Cabo

Located closer to the airport this area is almost an extension of Cabo San Lucas now, separated by the hotel corridor which is approximately 30 miles in length. Enjoying a little quieter tourist, it has now opened it’s own marina which is called “Puerto Los Cabos”. San Jose del Cabo has also experienced rapid growth as well as new projects under way. Excellent amenities for golf, restaurants and shopping. Read more…

East Cape Area

Originally known for it’s fishing but now a destination for retirees. Los Barriles is located one hour from the San Jose del Cabo international airport and 120 kms south La Paz. This area is considered to be similar to the town of La Ventana but maybe 10 years ahead of the pace. Still considered to be a small town but growing quickly with new resort locations and many luxury homes being built here. Read more…