Posts Tagged: El Triunfo

Peninsula Picks: Baja Hidden Gems

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The Baja peninsula is loaded with natural wonders, historical sights, and cultural marvels. From small wine regions to impressive cave paintings and natural waterfalls, there’s lots to explore. Here are some of our favorite—and lesser-known—gems along the peninsula.    The Antigua Ruta del Vino Location: South of Ensenada, BC Why We Love it: The secret… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: 5 Best Baja Colonial Towns

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With beautiful architecture, a rich history, and plenty of Mexican charm, Baja’s colonial towns are a draw for many tourists traveling the peninsula. We bring you some of our favorites and our tips for how to best experience them. San Ignacio Why We Love It: The town of San Ignacio functions as the gateway to the… Read more »

El Triunfo Festival Gastronómico

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Bar El Minero will host a Festival Gastronómico on Saturday, November 19, 2016 from 2pm-6pm. The festival will feature food from the region’s top restaurants including Don Sanchez, Pithayas, Nicksan, Ediths, Los Tamarindos, De Cortes Sheraton, La Pintada, La Santeña, Wine Co., and Cabo Unico Tequila, as well as wine tastings and tequila tastings. Enjoy art exhibits… Read more »

Historic Landmark, “La Ramona” Smokestack, to be Restored in El Triunfo

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After nearly a century of disrepair the looming 47-meters tall La Ramona smelter smokestack in the quaint old mining town of El Triunfo, BCS will receive a makeover. Nestled in the heart of a region dependent on tourism and its natural beauty, the partners in this initiative believe that the restoration of “La Ramona” is… Read more »

The Renaissance of El Triunfo

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By Jennifer Kramer There’s a change afoot in the small colonial town of El Triunfo in Baja Sur. The mining ghost town that time once seemed to have forgotten is now abuzz with hundreds of tourists each weekend. The old colonial buildings are being restored, chic cafes and restaurants are busy with visitors, and new… Read more »