Welcome to the July edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month, Misty discovers Balandra Beach; Greg Niemann shares the history of El Rey Sol in Ensenada; we preview the Ruta del Vino Bike Ride taking place this weekend; David Kier revisits Agua Dulce and Martina explores Xecue winery in the Guadalupe Valley. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Discovering Balandra Beach By Misty ‘Is there anyplace else left to discover?' I’ve been traversing Baja for over fifteen years and it’s a question I ask myself each and every...Read more
Ensenada's El Rey Sol By Greg Niemann Serving French and international cuisine along with local Mexican fare, the El Rey Sol in Ensenada is Baja’s most honored restaurant...Read more
Ruta del Vino Bike Ride The Ruta del Vino Bike Ride & Wine Festival combines a world-class cycling event that tours the Guadalupe Valley, along with a wine festival that pairs...Read more
Agua Dulce in 2017 By David Kier Agua Dulce is located 200 miles down the nearly 800-mile- long Baja California peninsula, about 12 miles north of Cataviña. GPS is...
Xecue By Martina Xecue means "love" in the language of the Kiliwa natives of the Guadalupe Valley and the name sets the tone of the winery perfectly. Jose Luis...