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Bajamar is an oasis of beautiful homes surrounded by a spectacular golf course, sitting on rolling hills overlooking the Pacific Ocean! For years this exclusive hideaway has been a true escape for folks looking for solitude, or a relaxing environment to play golf.

In addition to the original 18 holes at Bajamar, an additional 9 holes have opened up, several of which are right on the ocean! For golfers who want that Pebble Beach feel, without the hefty price tag, Bajamar is the only game in town.

The resort offers a good restaurant, a large upstairs bar with a 360 degree panoramic view of the surrounding area, plus a complete pro shop and a real estate office.

A very nice low-rise hotel has been built near the clubhouse, giving visitors a convenient way to spend a couple of days in this golfer's paradise.

Beautiful homes continue to be built on quiet avenues and on various parts of the golf course. The homes in Bajamar are first class, and feature a tasteful Spanish motif of white walls and red tile roofs.

Bajamar has set the standard for first class golf resorts in Baja. And like a fine Mexican wine from the Santo Tomas Valley, as time marches on, Bajamar continues to improve with age!

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Bajamar Beaches 

The coastline below the bluffs at Bajamar are mostly rocky. This makes for good beachcombing, but the lack of sand is not inviting to most Baja travelers who want to lay on the beach. If sandy beaches are what you want, the wide beaches just up the road in the La Salina area are hard to beat.



Just a few minutes north of Bajamar.

One of the best sandy beaches between Rosarito and Ensenada!



South of Bajamar, just past the toll station.

What this beach lacks in sand it makes up for in well-shaped waves.

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Both of the following campgrounds are within a 15 minute drive of Bajamar.


Just south of Bajamar off the toll road at Km. 95.

100 campsites / toilets / cold showers / dump station / tents welcome / inexpensive.

This is a good place to surf, kayak, snorkel and dive!



Telephone 011-52 (617) 4-6225.

12 miles south of Bajamar, just past the last toll station.

100 campsites / 30 R.V. spaces / flush toilets / restaurant / bar / beach

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Bajamar is just a hop, skip, and a jump from Ensenada (about 15 minutes). Fishing can be arranged at the fishing shops on the main tourist streets in town, and at most of the larger hotels.

San Diego options include:


Telephone (619) 469-4255.

San Diego, California.

Fishing packages to the northern Baja waters.


Telephone (619) 221-8500.

2838 Garrison Street, San Diego, California, 92106.

Fleet of over a dozen privately owned and operated fishing vessels.


Telephone (619) 222-1144.

2803 Emerson Street, San Diego, California, 92106.

Sports fishing charters to northern Baja waters.

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Telephone (800) 225-2418 * (619) 299-1112.

Carreterra Peninsular Tijuana-Ensenada Km. 77.5, Baja California, Mexico.

Left of the entrance to the clubhouse.

71 rooms and 10 suites / TV / balconies / air conditioning .

Dos Lagos Restaurant / El Mirador Tower Bar (awesome 360 degree view!) / Sandtrap Cocktail Lounge / Pool / Jucuzzi / sauna / playground / tennis courts / pro shop / putting greens / bike rentals / meeting rooms for 50 people / golf packages available.

Large courtyard / very short walk to clubhouse and golfing.

One doesn't have to stay at the Las Glorias to enjoy Bajamar, but it just makes it golfing here so convenient! There are other hotels north of Baja, but few as nice.

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Bajamar features a very nice restaurant in the club house, overlooking the putting area and the greens and lakes. The large second story bar literally features a 360 degree view of the surrounding ocean, coastline, and mountains, and the golfers duffing the course. An elevator is available, but the circular staircase is the fun way to get upstairs!


In the clubhouse, main level, right side of double doors.

Good food, and a great view over looking the putting area, lakes, and greens.


Telephone 011-52 (61) 76-6037.

5 miles south of Bajamar at Km. 84.

Ocean view / seafood - Mexican - steaks / indoor and outdoor dining / bar.

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Most visitors to Bajamar arrive by private vehicle. It's so close to the border (less than 45 minutes!) that popping down for a round of golf is very easy. For those who want to leave the driving to somebody else, there are other options:


Taxi cabs are very familiar with Bajamar. If there are none near the front security gate or by the clubhouse, they can be summoned rather quickly from Ensenada or Rosarito.



Telephone (619) 454-7166 * Fax (619) 454-2703.


Custom 3 day, 2 night golf trips. Prices include hotel, golfing with cart, plus breakfast. Packages with transportation from San Diego also available.

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The El Mirador rest stop just south of Bajamar is an excellent nearby excursion! The view of the coastline from this lookout point is one of the best in Baja. A restaurant is usually open, and restrooms are available. Open areas can be rented for the day for parties. Bring a camera!

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Golf is what it's all about at Bajamar! The quality of the course has improved considerably under the new management. In addition to the original 18 holes, an additional 9 holes are now open, with several greens running right along the ocean bluffs! (see photo at top of page). Nine more holes are on the way, and will add new challenges for future visitors.

For information on golf tours to Bajamar, check out BAJA MOTION TOURS



Telephone (800) 225-2418 * (619) 299-1112.

27 holes / par 71 ~ 5972 yards on first 18 holes / carts / putting area / pro shop restaurant / bar / hotel - golf packages.

The original 18 holes consists of the front nine "Vista" course (view), and the back nine "Lagos" course (lakes). In 1997 the "Oceana" course opened (ocean), offering several spectacular holes right on the low bluffs above the Pacific Ocean. When the waves are crashing against the cliffs, the sea spray will refresh you on several of these holes!

Each of the nine holes has a restroom located about half way through, and courtesy carts cruise the course with snacks and drinks!

Golf cart key deposits run $5. The starter window is located on the left side of the club house, and most of the staff will do their best to keep you happy.

In addition to the original 18 holes, 9 new holes have recently opened up at Bajamar. This "Oceana" course has a few holes located right above the surf, offering great 'Pebble Beach' ocean views. Another 9 holes are on the way, which will make Bajamar the only resort in the state with such a variety!


The coast along Bajamar is good for kayaking, especially in the morning when the water is glassy. From inside the resort, it's best to ask for permission to launch. From just north or south of the resort, launching permission is rarely necessary.

Easier access to the coast for kayaking can be found about 8 miles south of Baja Mar at Playa Saldamando, off the coastal road at Km. 95. The dirt road takes you right down by the water for easy launching! The coast here is usually protected from the wind because of the tall bluffs, so kayaking can be good all day long!


Because the bottom drops of rather rapidly along the Bajamar coast, the surf usually breaks close to shore. A good surf beach (right break) is available 10 minutes down the coast at San Miguel, right after the toll station. Also, about ten minutes south of Baja Mar at Km. 95, Playa Saldamando offers good waves when a swell is pumping, and rarely gets blown out because the tall mountains block the wind.