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Beach front villa secluded in the most beautiful Bay In Baja.
Located on Coyote beach in Concepcion Bay 20 min. south of Mulege and 1 hour north of LORETO. This 4,000 square feet Spanish villa includes a big palapa bar and BBQ just outside overlooking the crystal clear bay with an island just 2 min away.
Oversized master bedroom that opens up to the ocean breeze and huge kitchen. This villa is set up for entertaining or just enjoy a romantic getaway!!!
We are from San Francisco & love Baja!
The Owner purchased this villa in 2008
I cannot think of a more beautiful location.It was our dream to own right on a beach and here it is!
When notified, local vendors knock on our door selling fresh fish & baked goods.There is an expert masseuse that bring her table for a fantastic massage-very inexpensive.The town of Mulege is 20 minutes away, with dining & shopping.This is the 'anti-cabo' experiance. No Burger Kings or Costco, just old time Mexico!
This villa provides a majestic environment, it's perfect for time with friends or family, and it never disappoints. The locals make you feel at home as you admire some of their homemade creations on the beach. Local excursions can provide adventure or you can stay villa side and relish in relaxation. I hope to be blessed enough to experience this beautiful paradise again soon.
I have been fortunate to spend a week's vacation at this lovely villa for the past 4 years. This home lends itself beautifully to our annual girls trip. It has everything we could possibly want or need. We all look forward to the familiar; a boat tour and lunch by Jaun Carlo, Carmen and Maneul's helpful friendliness, the beach vendors who bring fresh fish, tamales, jewelery, pottery and clothes. What could be better than shopping right on the beach! An excursion into Mulege for lunch and browsing is always fun. This year we discovered some real talented artists right on Coyote Playa, more shopping! Horseback riding was a new adventure this year, and Taco Tuesday was a hit at the next beach over.
My favorite is morning coffee under the palapa, friends all cooking together in the well equipped kitchen, enjoying the warm water and awesome bay view.
Looking forward to next year already!
Playa Coyote we will see you again! Four couples in a beautiful villa on the beach eating fresh shrimp and fish sold to us everyday by the locals! WOW!! Friendly people and good company in the most amazing surroundings! We kayaked and paddle boarded most days with the whale sharks right out in the bay! Juan Carlos had his son Nixon and diver Juan take us out on his pontoon boat where we got to snorkel, boat with a pod of dolphins, and eat fresh dug clams and scallops after Nixon and Juan cooked them for us over an open fire on the back side of the island that you see from the villa. Sunrises and sunsets are able to be seen from the villa and oh how beautiful they are! The men in our group went out fishing by moonlight with a local fisherman a couple houses down the beach and they had a wonderful time! We will return someday...I hope sooner rather than later! Thank you to Manuel and Carmen for picking us up in Loreto and dropping us back off when it was time to leave. Thank you to Patsi and Les for all their help and info to make our stay the best it could be!
Coyote Beach is a dream come true--blue/green clear warm waters reflect the light over white sands below. Only private homes are here, so no crowded hotels to share the beach with. Lovely views from the palapa and all front windows; morning coffee sitting under the palm leaf palapa is a must for daily sunrise.
Cooks will enjoy using the large kitchen and one may daily enjoy the bounty provided by local vendors. Suggest you pre-shop for basics and vegetables and special treats in the 2 big markets of Loreto (much better stocked than Mulege) and then daily purchase scallops, fish, empanadas, and odds and ends of produce as supplies are used. Have fun, try new Mexican recipes (I always take some with me), and cook up a storm.
Enjoy simple meals at JC's on El Burro--and yes, take a pontoon boat ride to truly enjoy views of the sea and coast. Fishing was great. The whale sharks are great mascots of the cove--so big, quiet, and gentle. Stingrays underfoot not so friendly, so shuffle feet. Take a book--it's a great place to catch up on your reading list--though nothing is better than simple staring at the incredible view. Internet not always perfect, but hey--you're on vacation, in Mexico, so go with the flow.
We stayed at Bill's house for 16 days at the beginning of February and had the most amazing time. If you want to get away from the tourist trap of a lot of beach destinations and have a truly unique and unforgettable experience surrounded by stunning views, wildlife, friendly people and delicious local food, stay here.
The house is huge and has everything you need, but honestly you'll be spending all of your time outdoors and exploring the area. Local vendors come by every day selling fresh seafood, hot tamales, empanadas, baked goods, fresh juice, fruits, vegetables, etc. There is even an ice cream truck that comes by every couple of days. All of the vendors are kind and respectful, no pushiness here. Patsi and Les, the property managers that live down the beach are extremely friendly, helpful, and know everything about the area! Definitely ask them about their stories and recommendations.
The beach the house is on, Playa Coyote, is straight from a postcard. The water is crystal clear and is perfect for kayaking and paddleboarding. The sunrises are stunning and not to be missed. We were lucky enough to paddle right in front of the house with 30+ dolphins one morning at sunrise - an unforgettable experience. You can kayak out to various islands or nearby beaches, walk on the beach, hike in the desert, go fishing, snorkeling, horseback riding, or drive into Loreto for whale watching tours (well worth it!) or just strolling around the cute town trying the delicious cafes and meeting friendly people. Or you can do nothing at all and just stare at the incredible view.
Definitely go on a boat tour with Juan Carlos - he is wonderful and you will have a truly unique experience. Horseback riding is beautiful and Marcello is a hoot, and Alex offers awesome sportfishing if you want to spend a day out on the water. Go fishing at the beginning of your trip so you have time to eat everything you catch! Buy the ceviche from the vendors every day - you will not have better ceviche anywhere!
The drive from the Loreto airport to the house is beautiful. Roads are great, people are helpful, and the area is very safe. It's far enough to feel like you are away from it all, but close enough that you can still do any activity that comes to mind.
We did not want to leave and we will definitely be back!
This house and beach setting is awsome !
Sunrise is worth getting up for.
The vendors who stop by are friendly , not pushy and bring by everything from fish, scallops, shrimp , rugs etc.
We went out with juan carlos on his pontoon boat. If you like fresh sea food , looking at dolphins swiming along side you. Do it !
The house is spacious , quiet and real comfy.
Lots of hiking, kayaking, good food nearby, dancing. Viva Mexico !
For fishing or playing in the Bay of Concepcion contact Juan Carlos at tel. (01 664) 134-62-36, cel. 615 155-91-14, email email@example.com, web site www.elburrobajatours.com. For fishing outside the Bay in the Sea proper contact Alejandro Bukovecz tel (01615) 153 10 63, cel. 616 104 3979, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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