This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$145 per night 2 night min stay
$200 per night 3 night min stay
$115 - $175 per night 3 night min stay
3 nt minimum, $999
Ensenada Travel Tips
Things to See and Do at Esenada Vacation Rentals
Esenada is one of the premiere vacation destinations in the Baja California region. Miles of pristine coastline offer a wealth of activities and attractions. Many people come to enjoy the famous sunshine and beautiful beaches. Once there, they discover a wealth of other attractions that keeps them coming back year after year. If you think you'll enjoy exploring some of Mexico's culture and traditions, there are quite literally hundreds of museums and cultural places of interest to visit. Just north of Catavina you can view cave paintings that are believed to date back 600 and 1,000 years. Abstract shapes and pictographs at the site cover the walls and ceiling of the cave and are interesting to view. There are several ancient mission buildings near Esenada that date back to the late 1700s. The adobe ruins of these mission stations are great as photography subjects. Many have adjacent museums which provide insight into the history of the area.
If you enjoy wine, you will certainly enjoy visiting the many wineries in the area. Many are open for tastings and cellar tours. Guided wine excursions can also be arranged through a local tour operator. There are two national parks near Esenada. The larger of the two is the Parque Nacional Sierra De San Pedro Martir. The park is home to the Mexican National Observatory. Ideal for hiking , backpacking and wilderness camping, the park is a pristine wilderness area. The Parque Nacional Constitution de 1957 is located in the Sierra de Juarez. A feature of the park is the large scenic lake which is surrounded by rugged rock formations and pine forests. Just 22 miles south of Esenada is the La Bufadora. This incredible natural blowhole sprouts water almost 70 feet into the air. Whale watching is another popular pastime along the Baja coastline.
Travelers to Esenada Beach Houses
Esenada is a popular family vacation destination. The vacation homes are large and spacious which means that you can enjoy a vacation with your extended family or a group of friends if you like. There are plenty of activities and attractions to keep the kids entertained. Parents can enjoy some well-deserved rest and relaxation at the beachfront houses. The coastline has some incredible views; each afternoon, you can watch magnificent sunsets from the deck of your vacation home.
Getting to Esenada Resorts
Esenada is located in the northern part of Mexico, just 70 miles south of San Diego. For this reason, the vast majority of U.S. visitors simply drive to their vacation home in Esenada. There is a well-maintained highway that follows the Pacific coast which makes driving easy. Keep in mind that during peak holiday periods there can be delays at the U.S.-Mexico border. You also need to ensure you have all the correct documentation to enter and leave Mexico. Driving time from San Diego to Esenada is generally between two to three hours.
Best Time of Year to Visit Esenada
Esenada enjoys a warm climate all year long. This is one of the reasons that it is so popular as a beach vacation destination. The winter months are often the preferred season to travel as the temperatures are less scorching and there are cooling ocean breezes. The summer months are particularly hot but they still remain a favorite time of year for visitors to the area. Tropical storms can sometimes blow in from the Pacific during the late summer months. For many visitors, the best time of year to visit is considered to be between December and April.