The Gateway to Paradise
It was way back in the 16th century when Hernán Cortés discovered by mistake this unprecedented paradise and thought it was an island. Up until Francisco de Ulloa (another famous Spanish sailor) named it after him as the “Sea of Cortés”.
Originally Gulf of California or Bermejo Sea. Without a doubt, a world wonder and what Jacques Cousteau called “the aquarium of the world” that holds many secrets and various blue color tones that will catch any body’s eye.
Known by many, but explored by few. Its beauty withstands among all the other oceans and gulfs on planet earth.
As an extension to the Pacific Ocean, this gulf measures in longitude 1126 kilometers and it´s width runs between 48 and 241 kilometers all along the Mexican coastline within the Baja California peninsula, Sinaloa and Sonora as well.
A host of the biggest marine species migration and sanctuary for the vast part of them, due to its calm waters and stable underwater currents. The Sea of Cortés is considered a “World Heritage” according to UNESCO and the thousands of tourists that visit annually this magnificent sight.
Considered by many “the pearl city” capital of Baja California Sur, La Paz. Holds its treasure worldwide thanks to the Sea of Cortés and it´s many amazing beaches and islands.
Puerta Cortés undoubtedly is the trending hot spot around that enlightens the region with its amazing color contrast and picturesque figure around the Baja Californian desert and sea.
Far away but yet so close to the city, connected by the most beautiful boardwalk in the country. 220 hectares of land spotted in a privileged location. Puerta Cortés is a unique destination cut to the highest standards of anyone looking to buy La Paz Real Estate and/or be part of a community located in the middle of paradise.
Don´t think twice and tell your family and friends to come and visit this unique spot that connects paradise with paradise and hosts many natural wonders, that will enlighten your five senses.