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0.0
33 ft.
Highway Crosses State Border
Baja/Baja Sur border crossing at the 28th parallel. Highway Information Center.
2.3
3.7
33 ft.
Turn off to Town of Guerrero Negro
A couple kilometers west is Guerrero Negro, Mexico. Guerrero Negro Airport. In February there is a festival to celebrate gray whale calving in the bays west of Guerrero Negro, Mexico. Largest evaporation salt mine in the world. The town is named after a whaling ship called 'The Black Warrior'. There are amazing dunes and the El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve. There is a whale bone sculpture in Guerrero Negro, Mexico.
47.4
76.3
262 ft.
Village
El Vizcaino, Mexico Village and highway turn off to Diaz Ordaz, Mexico. There are many greenhouses in this area.
56.5
91.0
262 ft.
Airfield and Famous Ranch
Rancho El Caracol Airfield and Rancho "El Caracol" which produces the famous El caracol brand of milk products.
88.1
141.7
633 ft.
Airfield
San Ignacio Airfield
90.7
146.0
423 ft.
Town of San Ignacio, Mexico
San Ignacio, Mexico. Jesuit Mission San Ignacio (est 1728). Lush date palms grow in the area. Beautiful central plaza, and village next to the eighteenth-century Jesuit mission. San Ignacio serves as the gateway to San Ignacio Lagoon, the winter time sanctuary of the Pacific Gray Whale.
96.3
154.9
696 ft.
Natural Biosphere Reserve the Vizcaino Desert
One of the most important protected areas that holds a variety of ecosystems, from desert, mangrove swamps, and mountains hosting a great number of animals species and plants.
103.8
167.0
843 ft.
Santa Lucea Village
Santa Lucia, Baja California Sur Mexico
113.2
182.2
1490 ft.
Three virgins Volcano
Three virgins Volcano is an active volcano with 2,054mt high.
135.7
218.4
36 ft.
Santa Rosalia Village
Santa Rosalia Baja California Sur, Mexico is a port town that has a ferry that connects with the State of Sonora, Mexico the city of Guaymas. In 1868 a man named Rosario Villavicencio discovers in this lands an significant copper deposit that would come to be an important development of mines by the French company called 'El Boleo' who received the concession for the mineral's extraction by the former Mexican president Porfirio Diaz.
135.9
218.7
26 ft.
Santa Rosalia, BCS
Santa Rosalia, BCS is the head town of the municipality Mulege where one can visit the Santa Barbara temple, build by the French engineer Gustavo Eiffel. The French architectonic style has been kept for more than a 100 years so in 1985 the downtown area was declared historic monument.
136.3
219.4
33 ft.
Santa Rosalea, Baja California Sur
Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico counts with tourist services as hotels, gas station, restaurants, groceries and tours.
145.2
233.7
26 ft.
San Lucas BCS
San Lucas Baja California Sur, Mexico is a small fishing village with beautiful beaches that can also offer diving trips
151.2
243.4
49 ft.
San Bruno BCS
San Bruno Baja California Sur, Mexico has a beautiful view to San Marcos Island that has a small town and an private airstrip.
161.5
259.9
161 ft.
Road Intersection
Road Intersection to Punta Chivato, where there is a private airstrip and to a beautiful inlet called "The death"
174.1
280.1
36 ft.
Mulegue, Baja California Sur
Mulegue BCS Mexico, the name of this village is a derivation from the cochimies language 'Carmaa c galexa' and means 'big ravine with a white mouth' and was discovered by the Jesuit priest Juan Maria de Salvatierra in 1702. It's situated at the mouth of the Santa Rosalia river and The Sea of Cortez
174.5
280.8
36 ft.
Mulegue, Baja California Sur
Mulegue, Baja California Sur, Mexico has a lot of date palm trees, olives and fruit trees like mango, guava, oranges and figs and offers delicious gastronomic dishes. Places to visit: Santa Rosalia de Mulegue mission (1705), the Regional museum (once a jail) El gallito dunes.
176.2
283.5
33 ft.
Mulegue Airstrips
Mulegue has two dirt airstrips, a municipal public one and El Gallito airstrip thya is a privately - owned public usedirt airstrip but with better safety conditions
183.4
295.1
128 ft.
Punta San Pedro Airstrip
Punta San Pedro Airstrip, Mulegue Baja california sur Mexico.
187.5
301.7
7 ft.
Bahia de Concepcion, Baja California Sur
Bahia de Concepcion, Baja California Sur Mexico, The Conception Bay is one of the most spectacular places and landscapes. Numerous beaches with white sands, it's inlets protected by huge cliffs and majestic desert plants. Great place for diving, snorkeling, kayak, sailboat tours, and swimming. It's most important beaches are Punta Prieta, Punta Arena, Santispac, Eco-Mundo, La Escondida, El Burro, Requeson and Coyote. With services for mobile homes (trailer parks) and camping.
189.7
305.2
69 ft.
Los Cocos Bay
Los Cocos Bay, BCS Mexico
191.6
308.4
161 ft.
El Coyote beach, Baja California Sur
El Coyote beach, Baja California Surm Mexico
200.3
322.3
98 ft.
San Buenaventura beach
San Buenaventura beach, Baja California Sur Mexico
201.0
323.5
66 ft.
El Requeson Beach BCS
El Requeson beach Baja California Sur Mexico
202.4
325.7
108 ft.
La Armenta beach
La Armenta beach, Baja California Sur Mexico
219.8
353.7
459 ft.
El Rosarito river
El Rosarito river BCS
226.1
363.9
394 ft.
Tebaye River
Bridge over Tebaye River
257.1
413.7
13 ft.
Loreto, Baja California Sur
Loreto also known as Concho, which in the native language means 'red mangrove' was the first Spanish settlement on the Baja California Peninsula. It served as the capital of Las Californias from 1697 to 1777, and is the current seat of the municipality of Loreto, Baja California Sur.
257.3
414.0
26 ft.
Turism in Loreto, Baja California Sur
Loreto is a pleasant destination with beautiful natural attractions, such as the Bahia de Loreto Marine Park, which consists of a group of islands that offer ideal conditions for scuba diving, fishing and nature observing. It offers every tourist service, a variety of hotels, restaurants that prepare delicious dishes, tours in the village and outside, car rentals, museums, and more.
259.7
418.0
62 ft.
Loreto International Airport MMLT
Loreto International Airport is an international airport located at Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico. It handles national and international air traffic for the city of Loreto.
264.3
425.4
39 ft.
Puerto Loreto, Baja California Sur
Puerto Escondido, also known as Puerto Loreto, is a small coastal village in Baja California Sur, Mexico. It overlooks Isla del Carmen in the Gulf of California. It belongs to the municipality of Loreto.
264.6
425.8
33 ft.
Nopolo, Baja California Sur
Is an attractive place with beautiful beaches and impressive landscapes from sierra la Giganta. It's beaches are good for swimming, camping and diving and it has an important tourist complex with a golf court, tennis courts, stores, hotels and restaurants.
270.2
434.9
138 ft.
Nacional Park Bahia de Loreto, BCS
The Nacional Park Bahia de Loreto, in Baja California Sur Mexico has an area of 206,580 hectares mostly of sea, and it's a protected area since 1996. Is a piece of paradise rich in flora species and fauna species.
273.7
440.4
131 ft.
Intersection to Puerto Escondido Baja California Sur
Puerto Escondido Baja California Sur Mexico is a harbor where tourist and private ships and yachts land. The weather is semi dry with an average temperature of 23 deg. C.
283.9
456.8
984 ft.
Ligui Region, Baja California Sur
Ligui Region, Baja California Sur Mexico
302.8
487.3
1073 ft.
Microwave tower Agua Amarga
Microwave tower bitter water.
321.3
517.1
197 ft.
Ley federal de aguas, Baja California Sur
Fetheral law of water number 1, Baja California Sur, Mexico
331.8
533.9
98 ft.
Ciudad Insurgentes, Baja California Sur. Mexico
Ciudad Insurgentes, Baja California Sur. Mexico is the geographic capital of the Comondu county. Is mainly an agricultural town that was once named Toba honoring the second lieutenant Toba who first brought the news to Baja California Sur that Mexico had gain it's independance.
331.8
534.0
98 ft.
Intersection with highway 53
Intersection with highway 53 Baja California Sur, Mexico
348.3
560.5
187 ft.
Ciudad Constitucion, Baja California Sur
Ciudad Constitucion is a town in Baja California Sur, Mexico. In the heart of the Santo Domingo valley and it's the seat of the municipality of Comondu. It is the fourth-largest community in the state (behind La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, and San Jose del Cabo). Ciudad Constitucion also serves as a gateway to Magdalena Bay.
349.0
561.7
174 ft.
Ciudad Constitucion, Baja California Sur.
The colonization of Valle de Santo Domingo (Valley of Santo Domingo) originated around 1940. A ranch called El Crucero (The Crossroad) was settled in a crossroad. Because of this, people started to gather around it and the population started to grow. It quickly became a commercial hub and an obligated travel stop for all the inhabitants of Valle de Santo Domingo, as well as for people going north or south the peninsula.
349.2
561.9
174 ft.
Ciudad Constitucion Airport. Baja California Sur
Ciudad Constitucion Airport is a small airfield located 6 km East of the central business district of Ciudad Constitucion, Baja California Sur, Mexico, It's mostly used as a general aviation airport.
356.1
573.0
154 ft.
Villa Morelos, Baja California Sur.
Villa Morelos, Baja California Sur. Mexico
381.9
614.6
131 ft.
El Medano. BCS
El Medano, Baja California Sur. Mexico
387.4
623.4
262 ft.
San Pedro River BCS
San Peter River, Baja California Sur, Mexico
471.8
759.3
13 ft.
El Centenario, Baja California Sur
El Centenario is the town closest to CIBNOR, one of the leading marine biology institutes in Latin America. CIBNOR conducts studies of the Gulf of California ecosystem (also known as the Sea of Cortez) which is one of the most bio-diverse bodies of water in the world.
473.1
761.3
13 ft.
El Zacatal Baja California Sur
El Zacatal Baja California Sur, Mexico
473.6
762.2
7 ft.
Road Intersection to The Airport. La Paz Baja California Sur
Manuel Marquez de Leon International Airport is an international airport located at La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. It handles national and international air traffic of the city of La Paz.
475.6
765.4
7 ft.
Intersection with Blvd. Agustin Olachea to La Paz
La Paz (Spanish for The Peace) is the capital of Baja California Sur, Mexico and an important regional commercial center.
476.7
767.2
52 ft.
La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico
In 1597 the Admiral Sebastian Vizcaino landed here naming this harbor after Our Lady of Peace. The principal economical activity in this city is Tourism so it's tourist infrastructure is very complete. There are beautiful beaches, landscapes, islands, a great variety of hotels, trailer parks, restaurants and shops.
477.7
768.8
75 ft.
La Paz, BCS Mexico
The city of the Peace (La Paz), Baja California Sur Mexico offers a great variety for tourist attractions,from trekking to diving, night clubs and family oriented places. Places to visit: the city hall (actually is a museum and library), The cultural section 'Jesus Castro Agundez', San Antonio de Padua's Church, Our Lady of peace Cathedral.
493.9
794.8
Terminus Intersection Highway 1 and 19
To San Jos del Cabo and Highway 19 to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. -