Museo del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia
Built in 1886 by the US-owned International Company of Mexico, Ensenada’s oldest public building, formerly the Aduana Marítima de...
Sergio’s Sportfishing Center & Marina
Sergio’s Sportfishing Center & Marina is well regarded and can be found on the sportfishing pier off El Malecón. Fishing trips,...
Spanish School Baja
Costs start at US$300 for a week plus US$30 materials fee.
The oldest and perhaps liveliest cantina in the Californias has been serving tequila since 1892. A Friday or Saturday night will be...
La Casa Antigua Café
Vintage photos and clapboards separate this place from the coffee mega-chains. Pastries, pies, bagels, sandwiches and rich coffee are...
El Mirador information
Lonely Planet review
Atop the Colinas de Chapultepec, El Mirador offers panoramic views of the city and Bahía de Todos Santos. Climb or drive (note: there’s no off-street parking) to this highest point in town, up Avenida Alemán from the western end of Calle 2a in central Ensenada.