Located on the Sea of Cortez in the southern section of the state, Bahia de los Angeles is a serene fishing village inhabited by a limited number of families. It is regarded as one of Baja California’s last frontiers of unspoiled splendor.
Bahia de los Angeles
Bahia de los Angeles lies within the municipality of Ensenada. It is about 416 miles south of the international border via paved highways. A paved airstrip is available to private planes.
Bahia de los Angeles provides an ideal getaway and offers good investment opportunities. The islands of Bahia de los Angeles are an important part of the Reserve of the Islands of the Gulf of California, Help preserve this fascinating and fragile environment… naturally!
Although some services are limited, Bahia de los Angeles offers picturesque restaurants serving delicious seafood and Mexican cuisine, RV parks and campgrounds to suit any style, and small ocean view hotels and motel, many with mini-markets, launch ramps and sport fishing charter boats.
Bahia de de los Angeles is the place for recreation and relaxation Guillermo´s Annual Yellowtail Tournament and Fiestas del Mar attract visitors from both near and afar. July and August can be extremely hot but the weather is pleasant and balmy most of the year.
Discover Bahia de los Angeles a place with sparkling turquoise seas flanked by coral-colored mountains. A place with silky white sand beaches in an enchanting desert landscape. A place of spectacular orange-hued sunrises and star-drenched night skies.
A place where friendly dolphins, playful sea lions, nesting sea bird and numerous species of whales frolic in their natural habitats.
One of the most beautiful bays in Mexico, Bahia de los Angeles is protected by numerous offshore islands including the 45-mile-long Angel de la Guarda.
Renowned for its rich diversity of marine flora and fauna, the area enjoys popularity among water sports enthusiasts, naturalist, eco-tourist and those who want to sample the timeless enchantment of a magical region little touched by man.
Spend the morning clamming, snorkeling, diving or fishing for yellowtail, sea bass barracuda, grouper, triggerfish or the occasional martin. Rent a kayak or panga (skiff) and cruise along the scenic coastline or among the inner islands. Explore hidden coves and natural harbors. Swim in pristine waters and bask on secluded beaches.
Stroll along the shores or simply relax and enjoy the sheer beauty of nature.
Visit the town’s Natural History and Cultural Museum with botanical gardens, historical photos, and interesting exhibits of marine, desert and mining artifacts.
Meet the fascinating Loggerhead Sea Turtles at the CRIP Sea Turtle Conservation & Research Center. Explore nearby cactus forest, the ancient Montevideo rock paintings and historic Mision San Francisco de Borja Adac, one of only two fully intact mission in Baja California. Discover the nature of Baja in Bahia de los Angeles.