El Tiburon Casitas

Luxury Rentals in Loreto, Baja

Loreto Town / History

 Loreto was the first capital of Baja from 1697 to 1829.  Then a hurricane destroyed the city and the capital   was  moved to La Paz. 

                                 Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico has been a world-class sport fishing destination since the mid 1960’s, and anglers from all over the world come for the Dorado, Pacific Sailfish, Marlin, and Yellowtail.  Whale watching has become increasingly popular and we see a high concentration of Blue Whales during winter and spring months.  Other whales in the area are Humpback, California Grey, Fin, Minke, Sperm, and Orca. Loreto is headquarters as well for other once-in-a-lifetime eco-tourist adventures, including horse- and mule-packing trips, local and long-range kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, hiking, bird watching, and exploring our abundant natural wonders on both land and sea. 

Loreto is 725 miles south of the California Border on the                    Sea of Cortez  side of Baja California Sur.

El Tiburon Casitas directly up one very short block from south end of Marina  -  65  Davis St.    Closest Casita rentals to Marina and swimming Beach!

Central Town Kiosk and Gazebo area 1 block south.

 

Fabulous Food......

 

 

 Shopping in the Mission district-                                                             easy walk from casitas-  or use our complimentary Bicycles 

Ice cream/ Fruit ice/ Smoothie  store just around the corner

  

Charming Village and Town Square

 Loreto, the first capital of the Californias, has a rich historical tradition that has created a regional culture and society as well as a level of political engagement that is unusual in Baja California Sur and Mexico. This accounts for the strong sense of community and high levels of satisfaction with quality of life of Loreto residents. Loreto is also situated in an incredibly rich environment with great diversity of ecosystems, plants, and animals - both marine and terrestrial.

 

 

 

Loreto Mission at Night