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GASTRONOMY AND SURF

Located on the stunning Baja California coast, between Tijuana and Ensenada, the beautiful beaches of Rosarito are only 25 minutes from the border and is part of the 80 mile stretch known as The Gold Coast.

This is a captivating beach town that offers a delightful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With its pristine beaches and delectable cuisine, Rosarito has become an important tourist destination.

There is a nice residential development, and it offers world-class golf, lush landscaping, waterfalls, beautiful greens, and fabulous ocean views.

Rosarito's biggest draw is undoubtedly its miles of sandy beaches and sparkling waters. Whether you're looking to bask in the sun, indulge in water sports, or simply take long leisurely walks along the shore, Rosarito has something for everyone. Surf enthusiasts flock to its renowned surf breaks, while those seeking tranquility can find solace in its hidden coves and tide pools.

The tandem hang gliding, motocross ride and 4x4 vehicles in the famous dunes known as "Los Arenales" are other activities offered by Rosarito.

Rosarito exudes a vibrant Mexican culture that enchants visitors from near and far. The town's arts and crafts scene thrives, with local artisans showcasing their talents in unique handicrafts and artwork.

For a taste of authentic Baja California cuisine, visitors must sample the region's world-famous fish tacos and succulent Puerto Nuevo lobster.

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Getting to Rosarito is convenient and accessible from various locations.

By Car: For travelers coming from the United States, Rosarito is easily reachable by car from Southern California. The San Ysidro Port of Entry, near San Diego, is the most common crossing point. From there, it's a scenic drive along the Mexican Federal Highway 1, which leads straight to Rosarito. Ensure you have the necessary documents, such as a valid passport and insurance, before embarking on your journey.

By Air: If you're flying from afar, the closest major airport is Tijuana International Airport (TIJ), which receives both domestic and international flights. From the airport, you can hire a taxi or rent a car to reach Rosarito, which is approximately a 30-minute drive away.

Public Transportation: For budget travelers, public buses run between Tijuana and Rosarito at regular intervals. The buses are comfortable and offer an affordable option to explore the region. Once in Tijuana, you can easily find a bus terminal from where buses to Rosarito depart frequently.

Rosarito, beckons with its irresistible charm and promises an unforgettable experience. Whether you're seeking adventure or relaxation, this beachside paradise is ready to embrace you with open arms. Plan your trip, immerse yourself in the local culture, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Rosarito Beach's climate is best described as "Mediterranean". Temperatures rarely go above 85ºF, or below 50ºF, year round. The rainy season is during January and February.

What to See in Rosarito

What to Do in Rosarito

Choose your Adventure in Baja California

UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN ROSARITO

Enjoy the Recreational Parks of Rosarito

Enjoy a lobster in Puerto Nuevo

Challenge the dunes at Playa Cantamar

Must visit destinations in Baja California

Tijuana

Bahía de los Ángeles

Puertecitos

San Felipe

Valle de Guadalupe

Tecate

Enjoy a complete overview of Baja California

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