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Welcome to Ensenada in Mexico!

Ensenada is a coastal city in Mexico, the third-largest in Baja California. Lying 125 kilometers (78 mi) south of San Diego on the Baja California Peninsula, it is locally referred to as La Cenicienta del Pacífico, “The Cinderella of the Pacific”. Ensenada is just one of over 60 official online guides covering the whole of […]

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Ensenada Mexico History

Bahia Todos Santos, on which Ensenada now stands, was first reached by sea by the voyager from Portugal Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo on the now famous ships called El Salvador and Victoria. The city was founded in September 17, 1542 under the name San Mateo. In 1602, while mapping the coast of the California’s in search […]

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Ensenada Tourism

Ensenada Mexico is conveniently located just 68 miles (108 kilometers)south of the border US border with Tijuana and is connected with an excellent a four lane toll road called the MX-1D and an equally pleasant two lane free road, which makes it a natural destination for tourists on short vacations by car, millions of weekend […]

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Ensenada Weather & Climate

A common misconception and urban myth is that because Ensenada is so far south the summers are terribly hot and unbearable. However, this is untrue and much like many coastal areas a cool Pacific current keeps summers mild and agreeable. The average high temperature for the months of June, July and August is comfortable 76F […]

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Ensenada Wine & Grapes | Guadalupe Valley

Founded by immigrant Russian Molokans in the late nineteenth century the nearby town of Guadalupe is famous for olives and wine. The majority of the Molokan community re-migrated towards California’s Central Valley in the mid-twentieth century, and a Russian Museum commemorating their legacy in the region is open to the public and offers an insight […]

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Ensenada Shopping and sightseeing

Most visitors gravitate to the “La Calle Primera” or 1st street of Adolfo Lopez Mateos due to its excellent souvenir, trinket offerings and old world charms. It’s a tourism spot in Ensenada due to its many “Curios” which is short for “Curiosidades” shops, restaurants, hotels, bars, and popular clubs such as the Hussong’s Cantina, Mini […]

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Travelucion Guide Mexico Ensenada | Free Guide Mexico

Ensenada is just one of the websites Travelucion operates and is part of over 800 travel websites for over 130 countries worldwide. Our Mexico Collection of 70+ websites covers Mexican States, Cities and towns, along with 10 Mexico special interest websites. If you are traveling to Mexico, our websites will assist you in finding the […]

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