Rosarito Beach, Baja California, is a treasure to be discovered – and only 30 minutes south of the California border.
Rosarito Beach, Baja California, is a treasure to be discovered – and only 30 minutes south of the California border. If you want to spend a quality vacation in the area, there is a large selection of hotels and other accommodations to enjoy and much to see and do. Many get “hooked” on this interesting city, including some 12,000 expatriates, mostly from the United States and Canada, who have permanently moved to Rosarito Beach. At the same time, a very big and yet a small town, Rosarito’s tourist area gives a flavor of Mexico with street vendors; bodegas offering clothing,Read More
Where is Rosarito Beach located? Rosarito Beach is located about 35 minutes south of the U.S. border (San Ysidro entry). What is the best way to get to Rosarito Beach? (Before beginning your journey, it is important that you make certain you have adequate automobile insurance. Although some American companies say you can drive in certain parts of Mexico this insurance is not always accepted by Mexican authorities. You can purchase Mexican auto insurance over the internet. Or, as you enter San Ysidro, you will see several offices which offer Mexican insurance. To avoid any problems, if you have anRead More
Everyone who arrives in Rosarito arrives by land. Just 15-25 minutes from the U.S. border, Rosarito Beach is close to the Tijuana and San Diego international airports. Located right between Ensenada and Tijuana, it offers a good jumping off base for many short excursions and adventures. Itinerary 1: A Day on the Gold Coast 1. Start at the atmospheric El Nido restaurant for an authentic Mexican breakfast of chilaquiles and a steaming cup of coffee. 2. Just steps to the north of the restaurant is the Mercado, a hidden web of shops and stalls selling everythingRead More