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Loreto might not always be at the headlines of Baja's tourism scene, but it's getting there, slowly but surely! It definitely has a different vibe compared to the bustling Cabo San Lucas, or even the more laid-back San Jose del Cabo, Loreto's approach is, rather, to be this peaceful fishing village of a destination, one that's just as well-rounded as its more popular counterparts but with the Loreto real estate scene on the rise it is a great investment opportunity.
You'll find Loreto stretching over a 300-mile drive north of Los Cabos, so, in a way, it's not entirely secluded, you still have the option to give Cabo a visit for the more hectic nightlife and events, while still being able to call it a day and go back to rest at the "Jewel of Mexico"
And hey, Loreto's got its own share of activities as well! Might as well give them a look.
Loreto's real estate scene is getting up there, trailing right behind San Lucas and San Jose. With a wide variety of locales to choose from, the peaceful community is ripe for long-term investments. Perhaps you want a home at Loreto Bay, being closest to nature. Maybe you want something at Danzante Bay, a rising Loreto star filled with golf courses and other amenities. Or maybe you want to hit it off at the downtown area and be nearby every noteworthy point of the city, say, for example, Marina Puerto Escondido, an up-and-coming master project with canal-front lots, luxurious homes and its own private dock, should you happen to be a fishing and/or yacht enthusiast. Whatever the case may be, you really can't go wrong with Loreto.
In fact, it's going so well, that the values of the real estate are slowly, but surely, making their way to the uppity slope with new developments like Nopolo Hills and Mantarraya Residence. Year after year the new improvements like a new hospital and developments of the area are making one fine solid investment out of Loreto, and it's only going to be a matter of time before the competition for a spot at the Bay becomes an intense venture. So, what are you waiting for?
You can catch sight of these wonderful animals at the Sea of Cortez right about when December starts, stretching out all the way until March of the next year, a big window of opportunity to embellish your scrapbook if you ask me. Humpback whales, blue whales, even orcas! The whole crew is going to be there for you to greet, right near the comfort of Loreto Bay.
There's a reason why Loreto garners the attention of worldwide anglers year-round. Permanent fishing season, well-paying tournaments, quality boat, and yacht rentals, and even fishing lessons for the uninitiated. If it's a nice, peaceful day off at sea you're looking for, then you can't do better than this.