Besides the beaches, fun, and gastronomy, Rosarito offers you diverse options for coffee, each one with characteristics that make them unique and attractive. Take a look at these recommendations and discover why you must visit them.
If you don’t know where to spend your New Years, take a look at the options in Playas de Rosarito that we put together below. They all include dinner and a party. Come spoil yourself with a good time at one of these 6 places. Happy 2019!
February 14th is coming up soon and if you still haven’t figured out where to celebrate, below you can read about some places we recommend in Playas de Rosarito so you and your partner can enjoy a perfect date and delicious Valentine’s Day dinner.
Rosarito Beach is mostly known as a spring-summer destination, but fall also offers options for a great getaway. Food, events, outdoor activities and perfect golden sunsets provide the mood for a vacation to remember.
If you're a taco lover, these are definitely recommendations for you. We know very well that tacos are a part of Mexican culture, but in Rosarito, some taco stands have been in given their special touch to these delights, not just in their flavor, but also baptizing them with creative names.
The craft beer industry in Baja California continues to grow each day, new brands and styles are created often. We have gathered a list of 5 places in Playas de Rosarito that offer local quality and flavors for “Cheve Artesanal”.
Rosarito beach; the small laid-back beach destination in Baja California that stepped into the national and international film and television industry spotlight, thanks to film director James Cameron and his blockbuster masterpiece Titanic, which earned him 11 Oscars including Best Movie.
Although we know that the presence of the COVID-19 virus is a reality worldwide, prevention and special care will help us stay healthy. Aware of this, restaurateurs in Playas de Rosarito have adopted the concept of "Safe Table" with the intention of reactivating their activities without neglecting the health of their guests and collaborators.
After several months of confinement and closed places such as restaurants, recreational areas and beaches, we can finally return to one of the places that we most missed visiting this season, the beaches of Rosarito, following certain rules, from Monday to Friday from 6 to 10 in the morning and from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The State of Baja California today announced it has been awarded the Safe Travels Stamp by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) in recognition of the health and hygiene protocols put in place by the state. This milestone marks one of the many ways Baja California is diligently working to begin safely welcoming visitors back to the region.
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean and towering at over 75 feet tall, stands the statue of Jesus, dubbed by locals as “Christ of the Sacred Heart”. It’s an iconic landmark you can’t afford to miss on your next visit to Rosarito Beach.
The time to go back out and enjoy the gift of spectacular visits to unique travel destinations is getting closer. Many of those breathtaking spots can be found in Rosarito. Here’s a must-see sight you have to visit as soon as quarantine ends.