In the peninsula of Punta Banda, 21 miles south from the city of Ensenada, lies one of the region’s most impressive natural attractions: La Bufadora, one of the largest marine geysers in the world. This geyser is caused by the breaking of waves against a cave that is at the bottom of the cliff, reaching a height of up to 65 feet.
Every year, hundreds of gray whales migrate from the cold waters in the north to the lukewarm waters in the south; legend has it that many years ago, during one of these migrations, a baby whale became separated from the group while snooping around the coastline. During its wandering it got stuck in the rocks, and in its search for help it decided to launch a jet of water and then a larger one and so on. Over time, this whale turned into stone until it merged with the rocks at this place.
Enjoy this beautiful legend, while watching beautiful views offered by the coastline of Ensenada.
In 1911 Pedro Ramonetti Bonetti, a native of Switzerland and Italy, began the first industry dedicated to cheese making. Nowadays it has become a cellar with the best cheese not only in the region, but also one of the best in all of Mexico. Here we’ll taste cheeses aging 5 months to 3 years accompanied with green apple, home made jam and bread, and of course, a glass of red wine produced in the Ramonetti vineyards of the Valle de Guadalupe.
Discover the best wines that Mexico has to offer only two hours away from San Diego that will capture your heart and soul...
Located in the northern part of the State of Baja California, the Baja California Wine Country is blessed with some of an ideal Mediterranean climate for grape growing.
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Saber Spanish Language Cultural Center,
4455 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite 100. San Diego, CA 92123
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From 6:45 am to 7:00 pm
Discover some Mexican recipes and start cooking Mexican food at home.
If you want to move forward in Spanish language, love books, and you're ready to discuss them... this is the right place.
Join us for this Spanish reading comprehension club. The main objective is to learn more about Spanish language structures and Hispanic culture.
This club is for intermediate and advanced Spanish speakers and is held entirely in Spanish.
An exciting journey through Latin American writers:
Juan Rulfo. México.
Julio Cortázar. Argentina.
Gabriel García Márquez. Colombia.
José Emilio Pacheco. México.
Carlos Fuentes. México.
Horacio Quiroga. Uruguay.
Rafael F. Muñoz. México.
Juan de la Cabada. México.
Efrén Hernández. México.
Armando Olivares Carrillo. México.
José Revueltas. México.
Edmundo Valadés. México.
Juan José Arreola. México.
"The discussion (entirely in Spanish) about the book was fun. The other members were interesting and very nice. The profesora was very knowledgeable and prepared. We are analyzing the short story (cuento) over at least two weeks so there is enough time to delve into all the details that such an interesting short story deserves”. Michael
Known for its sensual hip action and sexy flair, Latin dance is gaining popularity on dance floors everywhere. Movies about Latin dancing, ones that portray the beauty of the art of Latin dancing, seem to be favorites among dancers and non-dancers alike. Besides being a staple in the ballroom, many Latin dances are also being taken to country-western dance floors.