• Puerto Nuevo Lobster Village

    Puerto Nuevo, Baja California, Mexico .

    More than 30 Restaurants that offer the traditional Puerto Nuevo Lobster.

    Located a few minutes south from Las Rocas Resort, Puerto Nuevo “ Lobster Village ” as it is known locally, is a real favorite for San Diegan’s and a long-standing tradition for many of those visiting from the US . You can enjoy incredible ocean views from most of the restaurants, however make sure you don’t judge the restaurants by appearance alone; you might miss out! Puerto Nuevo is a great little village with plenty of unique shops and arts and crafts stores to explore after enjoying a delicious lobster lunch or dinner.

    The interesting thing you will quickly realize is that all the restaurants in Puerto Nuevo, many of which are family owned and operated, have the same menu: fried lobster, beans, rice, flour tortillas, chips and salsa, which makes it difficult to decide where to eat. However, most restaurants makes their beans, rice, tortillas, chips and salsa with their own twist and each has their own style of serving and treating the customer. During the season you will find fresh lobster but in the off-season frozen lobster which means lobster is available 365 days per year.

    Lobsters in Baja also come in various sizes; however the best, most tender lobsters are the medium sized lobsters weighing around 1 pound. Even the owners will tell you that the burros, or giant lobsters, are very tough. When compared to what lobsters sell for in US restaurants, these are a real bargain. Most of the restaurants in Puerto Nuevo open around 10am and close around 8pm on weekdays and some restaurants stay open until 11pm on Friday and Saturday. Cash is king in Puerto Nuevo; however there are a few establishments that will accept credit cards.

  • K38 Surf Spot

    K-38 Surf Shop, Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico .

    Literally located footsteps away from Las Rocas Resort, K-38 has been luring keen surfers over the border since the 1950s. And it’s easy to see why: this wild beach has an almost perfect swell which can be surfed, if the conditions are right, in any direction. One of Baja’s most popular surf breaks.

  • Hiking Trail El Coronel

    El Coronel, Baja California, Mexico .

    Hike to the highest point in Rosarito Beach and enjoy the amazing vistas this trail has to offer. This trail is considered moderate, its a 5 kms loop with an elevation gain of 330 mts to the highest peak (739 mts)

  • Hiking Trail El Descanso

    El Descanso, Baja California, Mexico .

    One of the newest trails in Rosarito Beach, 15.5 kms of adventure.

  • Sagrado Corazon de Jesus

    Christ of the Sacred Heart, Fraccionamiento Villa San Pedro, Playa de Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico .

    Christ of the Sacred Heart is a 75-foot-tall statue of Jesus displaying his Sacred Heart located above the town of El Morro, six miles south of the city of Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico.

  • Pikin Adventure Park

    Pikin Parque de Altura, Federal Highway 1, Baja California, Mexico .

    Zip Line Adventure Park

  • Baja California Convention Center

    Baja California Center, Ejido, Mazatlan, Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico .

    Centro de Congresos y Convenciones de Baja California.

  • Hiking Trail Alisitos K58

    Alisitos Trail Head K58 , Baja California, Mexico .

    The newest hiking trail on Rosarito Beach