- BAÑOS COMPLETOS
- MEDIOS BAÑOS
- 129000000 ft2
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ACERCA DE SAN JUAN DE LA COSTA LA PAZ RURAL AREA, LA PAZ, BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, MEXICO
Punta Coyote is a 1722 hectares / 4255 acre plot of land with 5500 meters / 3.42 miles of beach front; It is located 52 miles from the City of La Paz in the State of Baja California Sur, 49 miles from the La Paz Airport.
La Paz, capital city of the State of Baja California Sur, is located to the South of the Baja California Peninsula, with a population 300,000 inhabitants, is the most populated region of the State and is home to 43% of the population of Baja California Sur; this population is expected to grow over the next five years, with an expected influx of 3,500 U.S. citizens.
The property is surrounded by the mountains of Sierra de La Giganta, dramatic cliffs and more than one mile facing the beach, all of which creates an isolated enclave ideal for relaxation, rejuvenation, and privacy. The 1200 hectares are clear of any permanent building, conserved through years by respecting the rich cultural heritage and stunning natural wonders of the landscape.
The plot is located adjacent to the Golf of California along the PROTECTED FISHING ZONE COASTLINE REFUGE and along the road to local communities like Punta Coyote and San Evaristo, running along parallel to the beach only 400 yards from the ocean.
It has a dry climate wit over 300 days of clear sky and sunshine, with an annual horizontal irradiation of 6.19 kW h/m2/day, Temperature ranges on 34-36 °C (June-September), and 20-25° (December – March) . Temperature at the beach varies from 21° C in the winter and 29° in the summer.
To learn more about sustainable projects for land conservation, flora and fauna protection on the surrounding areas visit Niparaja.org
Characteristics of the Area: Un-paved road.
Full access to the beach. Sandy Beaches. Minerals
Substrate water sources (permit) for farming and agriculture.
No power lines, use of solar, eolic and gas required.
Economy is supported by local fishing (regulated and protected), Cattle, Agriculture, Mining and tourism