Tucked aside from the Sea of Cortez, sublime natural elements form Danzante Bay. Unique in its diversity, the property encompasses three distinct characteristics, moving from cliff, to beach to canyon landscapes.
The Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto broke ground in 2008, and in seven short years has earned its place in the USA Today 10-Best and earned a World Travel Award as Mexico’s #1 Beach Resort in 2015. Now, the real estate offering ushers in a new era for the property, one where the raw natural beauty is matched only by the refinement of the amenities.
The Marine Park
Facing the bay like sentries of your own aquatic paradise are the five islands of Loreto: Danzante, Del Carmen, Montserrat, Santa Catalina, and Coronado Island. In fact, the islands create a sanctuary for marine life that in 1996 was declared a federally-protected marine park covering 2,065 kilometers. Jacques Cousteau once referred to the Marine Park as, “the world’s aquarium.”
Town of Loreto
In 1697, Jesuit missionaries found a steady spring of fresh water, and Misión Nuestra Señora de Loreto was born. The oldest Spanish colony in Baja, Loreto served as the capitol of Las Californias from its founding in 1697 until 1777. Nearly 15,000 residents still witness the original mission church which stands to this day.
Lining the cobblestone streets are artist-owned shops, sublime restaurants and bars filled with the flavors of the local cuisine and culture.
Boasting an international airport Loreto is accessible through multiple cities in North America, with routes expanding every year.