Ensenada is located 70 miles south of the international border and only a 90-minute drive from San Diego. Visitors are drawn to Ensenada's warm Mediterranean climate, friendly atmosphere and easy access by land, air, and sea.
Ensenada has become Mexico's second most visited port of call for major cruise lines and pleasure boats.
The largest marine geyser in the world is located on the Punta Banda Peninsula. Watch as it blows upwards of 100 feet above sea level, hear its thunderous roar and expect to get wet!
Riviera del Pacifico
This former casino attracted celebrities of the 1930s. Today you can tour its historic cathedral ballroom and salon. Stroll through the gardens and visit the Museum of History and city gallery.
Bodegas de Santo Tomas
Founded in 1888, this winery is one of Baja's premier vintners. Its varieties include cabernet, chardonnay, chenin blanc, merlot, pinot noir and more. Enjoy a tour and wine tasting.
Avenida Lopez Mateos
Just a couple blocks from the pier is the main tourist shopping area where you can find pottery, silver jewelry, woven blankets and hats as well as duty-free items such as liquor and perfume.
Casa Dona Lupe
Taste the sweet grapes of one of Mexico's finest wineries, Casa Doña Lupe, where you'll witness the wine-making process, from the crushing of grapes to fermentation, pressing, aging and bottling.
Guadalupe Valley Winery
Often cited as North America's next great wine country, Guadalupe is often compared to California's Napa Valley. Sitting at the forefront of the Baja wine movement, the rustic landscape is dotted with over 100 wineries.
Mexican Folkloric Show
Head to Riviera del Pacifico to listen to a lively Mariachi band, then let the costumed performers entertain you with authentic Mexican music and dance. It's a folkloric fiesta!
Ventana al Mar
Ventana al Mar (window to the sea)- enjoy a relaxing walk along the beautiful waterfront promenade.
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Bodegas de Santo Tomas & Riviera del Pacifico
3 hours | Ensenada | ESE-115E S E - 1 1 5
Riviera del Pacifico
Bodegas de Santo Tomas
Enjoy a scenic spin around Ensenada, including a drive through the downtown and residential areas of the city. Then visit the wine tasting room and shopping gallery of the oldest winery in Baja California for a tour and wine tasting.
Travel to the Guadalupe Valley in the heart of Baja's premium wine country. Tour the L.A. Cetto Winery and learn about the major phases of wine production, from harvest to fermenting and bottling. Taste Cetto's renowned wines accompanied by assorted cheeses.
A salty blast of excitement, a visit to La Bufadora, one of the largest marine geysers, awakens the senses and fills your camera with beauty. Blowing upwards of 100 feet above sea level, the geyser's thunderous roar enthralls. After admiring this natural phenomenon, do a little shopping for crafts.
Discover Mexico's wine country on this half-day excursion. You'll visit two wineries in the Calafia Valley renowned for the quality of their grapes. Learn about the entire production process and enjoy sampling a selection of wines.
Take in the city sights on a drive through Ensenada. View the Ensenada Center for Research and the Plaza Civica, site of the largest Mexican flag in the nation. Visit the Riviera del Pacifico for refreshments, shopping and a folkloric fiesta featuring music and dancing from Mexico's many regions.
Hit the open road in a Jeep and experience the rugged outback of Ensenada's scenic San Antonio de la Minas countryside. Varooom through charming villages, along mountain trails, and soak up the panoramic views of Northern Baja's wilderness. Along the way, visit a winery for a tasty sampling.
A strenuous hike around El Sauzal is one of the best ways to experience its varied beautiful landscapes. Your route takes you on a trail that runs along a creek and then into the rugged Baja California hills. Reward your efforts with a cold craft beer from a seaside microbrewery.
The turquoise waters off the wild Todos Santos Islands, just west of the Ensenada Coast, offer perfect conditions for avid snorkelers. Enjoy a lovely scenic cruise then embark on an underwater aquatic adventure. Bring a waterproof camera to capture schools of colorful fish and an abundance of marine life.
Discover the scenic splendor of the Guadalupe Valley and surrounding mountain ranges by personal ATV (all-terrain vehicle) on this fun-filled guided adventure that travels convoy style through olive trees, along back country roads to hilltop vantage points. Conclude your ride with an informative wine tasting of exquisite local varietals.
Shopping and enjoying lobster are the highlights of the day when you travel first to Rosarito for authentic artisan goods and souvenirs and then on to Puerto Nuevo, the most iconic lobster village in Mexico. Savor the signature pan-fried cooking technique of this fresh-from-the-sea delicacy at a local restaurant.
An exhilarating experience at Baja's Thrilling Desert Nest Zip Line adventure within Cuatro Cuatros, an extensive compound located on 2,130 acres of land between Valle de Guadalupe and Baja's dramatic coastline. Soar through the air on five, double-lane ziplines that span 2.2 miles and traverse a spectacular suspension bridge.
Quench your thirst and satisfy your hunger for fun and adventure with the "Ensenada Food Crawl" where libations and exotic dishes are sipped and savored. This feast for the senses takes you to five different establishments for tacos, tostadas, seafood and wine.
Get a taste of authentic Mexican cuisine and wine with this award-winning Baja-Med dining experience. Indulge on delicious locally-made cheeses, sip and savor quality wines, and relax with a lunch of Mexican favorites while the chef shares his culinary secrets.