Tijuana is the largest city in Baja California and the 5th largest city in Mexico. An industrial and financial center, Tijuana has influenced the country’s economics, politics, education, art and culture. Manufacturing is one of the primary industries in Tijuana.
Enjoy a sightseeing tour or shop one of the many specialty gift shops. Popular destinations include the Tijuana Cultural Center, Playas de Tijuana, Amigos del Artes and El Popo Market.
Ensenada is the third largest city in Baja California. Just 78 miles south of San Diego, Ensenada is known as an aerospace center. Almost 500 years ago, the Spaniards brought the first grapevines to Ensenada and discovered this city was ideal for growing grapes. Ensenada wineries are responsible for producing some of the best wines in Mexico.
Drive from Baja California to La Bufadora, pickup some traditional Mexican souvenirs and checkout the blowhole in Punta Banda Peninsula. Enjoy the Wines of Ensenada Tour or enjoy a day of fun and relaxation at the Baja Blue Diver where you can go snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, hiking and bird watching.
Guadalupe Valley Wineries
Valle de Guadalupe is less than 2 hours from San Diego. Although most people think of Mexico for their production of tequila and Tecate, the country has produced delectable wines for centuries too.
Popular wineries include Corazon de Tierra, Trevista Vineyards, Encuentro Guadalupe, Vinicola Adobe Guadalupe and La Villa del Valle.