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Thursday November 23 2017




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Guaymas, Where the Sun Rises with Pleasure

The Guaymas - San Carlos destiny is placed 75 miles away from Hermosillo, the Capital of Sonora, and 242 miles from the United States' border; by its characteristics is considered the principal tourist center of the State. It has privileged natural attractions, impressive landscapes formed by an exceptional combination of desert, sea and mountai...

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Interview with: Patrick Hobson

Patick Hobson is a frecuent contributor to Ventana Magazine. He is a member of ARDA (American Resort Developer’s Association) and is a 23 year resident of Mazatlan. He founded the popular internet portal, www.maps-of-mexico.com He was appointed Director of Sales and Marketing of Mazatlan’s and Pronova Developments in 2006, following a notable 1...

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Puerto Peñasco, Our Home for Over 30 Years

Imagine a place where traditions are created and a legacy is built. We found that place in Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point) in 1979. Thirty-one years ago we made our first trip to Rocky Point. Meeting our friends from California we rented a home in Playa Encanto. Coming from Phoenix we got our first visa permits at the border, found our turn off o...

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Mazatlan: Why Snowbirds Keep Coming Back

The closest of Mexico's Pacific beach resorts to the U.S. West Coast, Mazatlan is a favorite winter destination for snowbirds who love its casual, sometimes gritty atmosphere, low prices, fresh seafood and miles of golden beaches. Many Canadians and West Coasters return year after year, settling in for a couple of weeks or half a year, drawn back b...

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Mazatlan Today

Mazatlan has a 50-year history as a tourist destination and now receives over 1 million visitors annually. Mazatlan, the city that Travel Leisure Magazine years ago rated as “one the world’s top three family vacation destinations”, and the classic south-of the-border port that Carnival Cruise Line chose to launch the Love Boat, has now beco...

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Second-Home Market in Mazatlan

Mazatlan, unlike most Mexican tourist locations, has shown an increase in sales of second homes or tourist housing on the past few years. The main reason for this is that Mazatlan has become one of the most attractive beach destinations in the world in terms of affordability and standards of living. Mazatlan has perfect weather, beautiful beach...

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Interview with Miguel Angel Lemus

Miguel Angel Lemus. He has over 30 years of senior level experience in development, sales & marketing in the resort industry of Mexico. Mr. Lemus strengths are the analysis of demand and supply, market positioning in the resort industry, consultant, promoter and developer of real estate. As President of Lemmus Servicios Inmobiliarios & Resort ...

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Rocky Point: A View to the Future

Our new international airport due for completion at the end of the year creates a bridge to our slice of heaven, Rocky Point, Mexico where you can make your dream a reality. The investment opportunities are limitless: beach front condos, commercial properties, land parcels and beautiful seaside homes offer you the potential for being where the pu...

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Living life in Rocky Point

A golden opportunity for choices by the seashore, Rocky Point is on the edge of happening and is a lifestyle on the brink of development. Rocky Point is where living your dream and creating your “legacy” is possible when you’re open to life’s special attractions. The magical setting sun brings the ending of another day as it sinks into...

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Rocky Point Cruise Ship Update

The Holland America shipping company revealed that within three years, with the construction of a Cruise Ship Home Port, Puerto Peñasco will be taking another step to become a world-class tourist destination. A “home port” is a port of arrival, or rather, the site where cruises begin and end; it is something Mexico had never had up to now. ...

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In this region: Mazatlan, Los Cabos, Puerto Peasco