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Only twenty minutes south of Tijuana, you will find Rosarito, the youngest municipality of Baja California. Located by the Pacific Ocean, Rosarito offers an ample choice of diversion for people of all ages. Grand oceanfront hotels with all of the amenities, such as golf course, European style spas, discotheques, large variety of store that offer even the finest Mexican craftsmanship, such as furniture, rod iron artwork, fine jewelry and much, much more. As if this weren't enough, there exists approximately one hundred restaurant that offer everything from exquisite international cuisine to our traditional Mexican delicacies and of course lets not forget our famous lobster, speaking of which, just a five minute drive south will take you to the village of Puerto Nuevo.

There are various ways to arrive to Rosarito from Tijuana; the most enjoyable is the scenic route, where you have an impressive view of the Pacific Ocean and Coronado islands, there use to be a very exclusive casino there before and now it's a Marine base for the Mexican Armed Forces; the other option is the free road, this will take you through the City of Tijuana and surrounding towns between Tijuana and Rosarito. If you drive during the afternoon near sunset as you're driving right before "Cuesta Blanca" you can get a glimpse of the oil tanks and the most marvelous of all sunsets on the Pacific Ocean.
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