Location

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location

Directions

how to get here

From San Diego take Interstate I-5 or I-805 south to the Mexican border. Follow the signs to Rosarito / Ensenada, which will put you on the Scenic Toll Road. Continue on this road for approximately 23 miles, passing the exit for Playas de Tijuana, and through the toll gate where you’ll pay about $1.65. Just past the fourth Rosarito exit, take the ‘La Paloma, Popotla, Calafia, Las Rocas” exit. Continue south on this road for approximately six miles to Las Rocas Resort & Spa, on your right overlooking the rocky bluffs of the Pacific Ocean.

(Please use Google Map Street View on map to see details, click on marker to get directions from your location to Las Rocas Resort and Spa)

For Travel Tips: Click here For K38 Surf Forecast: Click Here

 

Pray for

surf

Did we mention we are located on K38! a world class surf point in Baja, It’s really easy to find us, just lookout for the “Sagrado Corazón, big Jesus Statue” and we are right below it in the coast! Bring your board, check out the local surf report!

About Rosarito

About

Rosarito

Rosarito

Beach

Less than 200 years ago, Rosarito was only a couple of large ranchos on wide-open land overlooking the Pacific. The first hotel and bar opened in the 1920s, but tourism didn’t really pick up until Hollywood stars started frequenting the town during America’s Prohibition.

Since its sleepy inception, Rosarito has grown tremendously, and together with Tijuana it currently constitutes the fastest-growing region in the country.

Thousands of tourists from all over the world visit each year, enjoying the beautiful beaches, great weather, and many getting their first taste of Mexico here. In spite of all the activity, you can still sense the small town roots, with cowboys regularly riding their horses downtown. For more information on Rosarito’s history, restaurants and services, browse www.rosarito.org.

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Local

scene

Events

Rosarito is hopping with food and music festivals, sports events and activities throughout the year. Downtown Rosarito is only about 15 minutes away, and we suggest you investigate what’s planned during your scheduled visit; just click for a complete events calendar.

Shopping

Rosarito is thriving with shopping opportunities, from high-end furniture, leather goods, textiles and ceramics to rustic arts and crafts. We have numerous art and furniture galleries as well as tiny curio shops, all waiting for the eager bargain-hunter.

Restaurants

There is also a truly astonishing array of restaurants, especially for a small town. Naturally, taco stands abound but you can also have Mexican, Chinese, sushi and French food should you choose. Also, don’t miss the world-famous Puerto Nuevo lobster village south of Las Rocas Resort and Spa for a real feast.

Travel

Travel

Information

Transportation

Enjoy the terrific views along the coast toll road, and bring along a printout of our map and directions page for easy navigation. Should you want to rent a car or a have someone else drive you here we recommend:

MEXICOACH
www.mexicoach.com

FIVE STAR TOURS
www.fivestartours.com
(619) 232 5040

BAJABOUND INSURANCE SERVICES, INC
Driving to Baja? Proudly serving baja travellers since 1994.
The easiest way to buy Mexican insurance! www.bajabound.com,
888.552.2252

BY PROVIDING LINKS TO OTHER SITES, CORPORACION HOTELERA LAS ROCAS DOES NOT GUARANTEE, APPROVE OR ENDORSE THE INFORMATION OR PRODUCTS AVAILABLE AT THESE SITES, NOR DOES A LINK INDICATE ANY ASSOCIATION WITH ENDORSEMENT BY THE LINKED SITE TO LASROCAS.COM

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Passport Requirements

U.S. Passport Requirement
In an effort to enhance security and efficiency at U.S. borders, the U.S. government will soon enforce new passport requirements for all travelers entering or re-entering the United States from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda. Travel between the U.S. and U.S. territories (including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands) will not be affected. Please note the changes cited below and how they might affect your travel plans.

AIR TRAVEL
All travelers will be required to have passports – including U.S. citizens returning to the U.S. by air from throughout the Western Hemisphere – on January 23, 2007. This new requirement includes Canadians, Americans and others who have previously been exempt from having to carry a passport to enter or re-enter the U.S.

SEA (CRUISE) TRAVEL
No exact date is set but passports will be required for “sea” or cruise passengers entering or re-entering the U.S. on the same deadline as for land border crossings – some time before June 1, 2009.

LAND BORDER TRAVEL
In conjunction with the cruise deadline, a passport or other qualified travel document will be required at all land border ports-of-entry prior to June 1, 2009. But no exact date is set.

To learn more please visit the Rosarito Beach CVB website for further information.

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