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Baja California’s Gastronomy is Worth Exploring

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The state of Baja California stands out for its beautiful beaches, deserts, and valleys, but above all for its gastronomy and food due to its seafood and talented chefs who create the most delicious dishes in all of Mexico.

Baja California gastronomy is some of the best in Mexico and needs to be explored by every tourist that comes to the country. From beer to wine to food, the northern state of Mexico has it all.

32% of tourists who visit Baja California go for food. The growth and international hype are evident; Baja California produces more than 80% of the craft beer in Mexico, named “Best Craft Beer” and “Best Beer” for 5 consecutive years. They also carry out the most important urban gastronomy movement in the country, with 103 food trucks and 24 gastro patios, Baja also produces 90% of Mexico’s wine.

The Baja California wine region receives a higher percentage of visitors during the summer season. Yet the same comforting amenities are offered year-round.

Baja California is appreciated for many reasons, but one of the ones that generate the most interest and tourism are the prized wines grown in the state’s vineyards. There are many travelers from all over the world, especially from the United States, who arrive in Baja California following the Wine Route.

In Baja California, 90% of Mexican wine is produced, by more than 150 wineries. The Wine Route includes Valle de Guadalupe, San Antonio de las Minas, Ojos Negros, La Grulla, Santo Tomás, and San Vicente.  In addition to landscapes surrounded by nature, in Valle de Guadalupe you can find an excellent and varied gastronomic offer.

Around 2 million cases of wine are produced annually.  More than 750 thousand annual visitors.  A second favorite destination for Mexicans (SECTUR, 2016).

Ensenada’s vision of food and gastronomy is aligned with creativity and sustainability.

Known as “La Cinderella of the Pacific”, Ensenada stretches for 125 kilometers along the beautiful Baja California Peninsula in Mexico. In addition to being an ideal place for fishing and mariculture.

Ensenada’s seafood is known worldwide as a culinary delight. you can experience the thrill of wind, water, and surf while having the best.

Fish tacos and seafood are in high demand in the state. Two different ones are cooked, either in San Felipe, on the Sea of ​​Cortez, or in Ensenada, on the Pacific Ocean, but either way, the fish taco is Baja California.

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