just south of Real
Mar Golf Resort . Beach break located off the toll road north of
(located at approximately the kilometer 22 sign on the toll road)Most
consistent break north of
and one of the best beach breaks overall in northern Baja. Pulls in most
swells from the south all the way to the northwest. The waves here are
usually more powerful than elsewhere and can be hollow.
Ė K34 (from south of Festival Plaza Hotel north to power
plant). Waves are fairly consistent but on any given day conditions can be
excellent. Rosarito Beach Hotel Pier may provide some relief in the
way of sand bars. Also a small pier and jetty near northern end of
on the free road (parking on the cliff south of the Calafia Hotel).
Nice point break below the Calafia Hotel. Provides an excellent right
point on south to southwest swells. Also breaks on west to northwest swells but is often mushy. Watch
out for shallow rocks during low tides.
Offers a nice reef break with lefts and rights
and an excellent right point. Access is now restricted due to condo
development on the cliff and still can provide one of the better waves in
northern Baja on a good day
(about 13 miles south of
Rosarito, halfway between TJ and
). Nice beach located below the restaurant.Waves not very consistent but
can provide some power when lack of swells make the reefs and points too
of the best beach breaks in northern Baja. Best on a south to west swell
direction. Good if you prefer lefts; best on higher tides
Beach, where surfing is Waiting for you
magical place just 20 miles south of the border
along a beautiful coastal highway waits for you
and your family. More than one million visitors
come to Rosarito every year for the beaches, the
restaurants, outdoor activities, the culture,
and the nightlife. Many of them also come for
the great surfing.
were among the first U.S. visitors to Baja.
Eventually many hauled trailers down with them
and set up small communities called campos, many
of which remain today along the coastline.
Spots on the Gold Coast
Baja has some excellent surfing,
particularly on a south or southwest swell
with conditions somewhat similar to
. The months from
October to April typically call for
a full suit, with water temperatures
ranging from the high 50ís to the mid
60ís. Swells during this period
typically come from the west to northwest
and are fairly consistent.
Summer months offer
spring suit to trunk conditions
with temperatures ranging from high 60ís
to mid 70ís. Swells typically range from
south to southwest during this time of
year with slightly less consistency. Here
are some of the better breaks in the area
with a little information on each.
during the day and play at night
a great stay at one of our fine hotels,
eat in one of our many excellent
restaurants, relax and be pampered at one
of our wonderful spas, go horseback riding
on the beach, visit Puerto Nuevo and
Xploration at Baja Studios or just relax
on the beach sipping your margarita and
watching a spectacular Baja sunset.
has it all and itís waiting just for
how to surf at Locales Surf School>Read
Surfing Events Held in Rosarito Beach
Tour (United States Bodyboard Association)
Rosarito Beach Pro
(Professional Long Board Association) K55
Las Americas (Americas Cup) Mexican
Surfing Champioship (Cierre de Circuito
Mexicano de Surf) MSF