Destination

EL CIELO

Located in the Valle de Guadalupe in Ensenada, Baja California, in the northern part of the peninsula, it is one of the most exciting wine regions in the world. Endowed with miles of coastline, mountains, semi-desert landscapes, and farmland, it is perfect for gastronomy enthusiasts looking for an authentic atmosphere.

A PROMISING WINE REGION

Valle de Guadalupe is a destination that has gained popularity in recent years. It has been positioning itself as one of the most important gastronomic destinations in Mexico, with a great variety of restaurants with renowned Chefs, as well as country barbecues and diverse gastronomic options taking advantage of the excellent seafood of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, as organic products offered by this prodigious land. In the Valle de Guadalupe, there are more than 70 wineries that offer quality wines, visits to their facilities, as well as the old wine route south of Ensenada. Baja California produces more than 65% of Mexican wine, and each year they stand out more internationally.

A PROMISING WINE REGION

Valle de Guadalupe is a destination that has gained popularity in recent years. It has been positioning itself as one of the most important gastronomic destinations in Mexico, with a great variety of restaurants with renowned Chefs, as well as country barbecues and diverse gastronomic options taking advantage of the excellent seafood of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, as organic products offered by this prodigious land. In the Valle de Guadalupe, there are more than 70 wineries that offer quality wines, visits to their facilities, as well as the old wine route south of Ensenada. Baja California produces more than 65% of Mexican wine, and each year they stand out more internationally.

HOW TO GET THERE

El Cielo is an hour and a half by car from Tijuana International Airport (TIJ) and two hours from San Diego International Airport, California (SAN). By road, you can get there from Tijuana or San Diego via the four-lane scenic highway, where an almost obligatory stop is Puerto Nuevo for a lobster and seafood prepared in the style of the region. For those coming from Sonora, Mexicali or Tecate, federal highway #3 (Tecate- Ensenada) has just been remodeled and is a very safe option less than an hour from Tecate.

From Ensenada, it is 32 km away. Leaving by the federal highway # 3 (Ensenada-Tecate) and passing San Antonio de las Minas, take the return at km 91.5 and follow the signs to reach our facilities on the road to the village El Porvenir.

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HOW TO GET THERE

El Cielo is an hour and a half by car from Tijuana International Airport (TIJ) and two hours from San Diego International Airport, California (SAN). By road, you can get there from Tijuana or San Diego via the four-lane scenic highway, where an almost obligatory stop is Puerto Nuevo for a lobster and seafood prepared in the style of the region. For those coming from Sonora, Mexicali or Tecate, federal highway #3 (Tecate- Ensenada) has just been remodeled and is a very safe option less than an hour from Tecate.

From Ensenada, it is 32 km away. Leaving by the federal highway # 3 (Ensenada-Tecate) and passing San Antonio de las Minas, take the return at km 91.5 and follow the signs to reach our facilities on the road to the village El Porvenir.