If you love nature, great food, quiet or activities, with all the conveniences, luxury, spa and so much more, this property is for you and the family. If you like to walk, golf, KAYAKING, swim, stay poolside, hike, fish, boat, shop, relax and more, you will appreciate the area. Mi case is a luxury villa, looking at the golf course and Sierra de Gigantic Mountains. You can watch the sunrise and sunset from the terrace. If you like natural light I have been told, it is mi casa. How about a fountain in a lush courtyard?
This 3 bedroom home has all amenities to make your stay a pleasant one. There is a large terrace located just off the second floor bedroom suite, with a seating area and lounge chairs, and a built-in gas BBQ grill. Enjoy a truly unique Mexican vacation that can be shared with friends and family.
Why rent a room or condo when you, your family and friends can relax and enjoy an entire private villa? Walk to the pool or beach. Maybe spend time at the community coffee shop, an evening glass of wine or cocktail at the Wine Cellar, dinner at 6 restaurants (as of May, 2017 and less in the summer), or a dinner invitation from new friends.
Daily maid service is also available (for an extra fee).
Property Manager is available to make arrangements for: Golf, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Tours, Deep Sea Fishing, Whale and Dolphin Watching, Mountain Biking, Kayaking, transportation from or to the airport and many other fun activities.
3 Community pools in the Loreto Bay, including a lap pool
Seasonally you can join a yoga, Zumba or high impact circuit class
The Loreto Bay Beach is in walking distance from the house, approximately 500 feet
Wifi, satellite TV
The historic Mision of Loreto, one of 83 towns throughout MX designated "Pueblo Magico," is just 8 KM from the property, with shops, restaurants, a walking malecon, and the marina where you can rent a pang. Depart for a day trip to white sand beaches of Isla Coronado, a trip to Isla Carmen and tour the old salt mine town, maybe a festival. Just 32 KM from Hwy 1 take a trip to San Javier in the mountains. Go south to Puerto Escondido for a lovely dinner and sunset. Go north to the palm oasis town of Mulege.
If it is whale season (mid Jan-March 31 annually) go to the UNESCO town of San Ignacio for an overnight trip to see the Gray Whales and their calves. Go south to Puerto Mateo to see the grays. Or stay in Loreto and watch for the giant Blue Whales, the largest mammal on the planet, my favorite. You might also see a Pilot, Sperm or Killer Whale.