Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California, Ensenada's vast geography, rich flora, and diverse terrestrial and marine fauna make it an attractive destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

It features two National Parks: Constitución de 1857 and Sierra de San Pedro Mártir. The latter is home to the National Astronomical Observatory and "Picacho del Diablo," the highest mountain on the peninsula. Additionally, Ensenada boasts protected natural areas such as Valle de los Cirios, Islas del Golfo, and the Isla de Guadalupe Biosphere, among others. Discover and experience Ensenada!

What you need to know:

Capital of Mexican wine, producing over 70% of the country's wine in its seven valleys.
The most visited tourist port in the Pacific, welcoming over 300 cruise ships and more than 1 million cruise passengers annually.
World capital of off-road racing and home to the SCORE Baja 1000.
Designated a UNESCO Creative City for its gastronomy in 2015.
Sixth World Surfing Reserve.
Recently included in the MICHELIN Guide Mexico 2024.


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