Baja California

Baja California has a great tourism potential that can be defined as complex and dynamic for being a generator of economic and social development, as well as a promoter and the region’s culture and history, contributing to family integration and the development of its communities. WINE ROUTE This state’s wine route makes it the ideal destination for family vacations because it offers visitors a vast array of attractive sites and services ranging from the smallest to the largest wine producing companies; from country restaurants to the finest and most demanding gourmet table. This route

Baja California History

The Spanish explorers that landed on Mexican soil in search of gold and fortune...

Baja California Culture

The intense cultural exchange between north Americans living close to the border...

Baja California Travel

Baja California has a great tourism potential that can be defined as complex and...

Baja California Map
Baja California Economy

“BC, Big for You “ is the slogan for the government’s social and economic dev...

Baja California Geography

The California Peninsula is a narrow strip of land separated from the Mexican t...

Baja California Politics

The state is divided into 5 municipalities: Tijuana, Mexicali, Ensenada, Tecate ...

Baja California Government

Born in Agua Caliente de Garate in the State of Sinaloa, Governor José Guadalup...

Baja California Demography

In the 2005 Population and Housing census, Baja California registered 2, 844,469...

Neighboring States to Baja California
Main Cities inBaja California

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