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Sea view at El Pescadero, B.C.S.

About El Pescadero Real Estate

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Pescarero’s economy is on the rise, hence becoming a strong real estate place was just natural. It is an oasis in the desert. The town borders the Sierra de La Laguna mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west.

In the Pescadero growing area, there are palm plantations that surround roads and farms that coexist with a low density of private residences. In sight we find cherry, tomato and basil planting.

Most of these products are grown for export and sold in gourmet food stores and markets in the United States. Fortunately, some of the products are also for sale next to the town; boosting the quality of life in the area.

El Pescadero real estate sector is mostly supported by foreigners who love to retire in these peaceful lands; most of them from the USA and Canada. However, they are not the only target market; as baja locals have gotten interested in investing on the real estate market in the area.

Another great factor that has helped Pescadero to grow in the Baja real estate area is the fact that the town is placed in between La Paz and Cabo, which are the biggest cities in Baja Sur.

If you have any questions or want to know more about El Pescadero real estate do not hesitate and contact us now, we’d gladly help you out!

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It is located at km 64 on Federal Highway 19 on the Pacific Ocean about 8 kilometers South of Todos Santos which is about a one-hour drive north of Cabo San Lucas.


The ships that began their journey in the Philippine Islands destined for the coasts of the San Francisco area, to commercialize the cargo and the gold discovered in the surrounding areas, anchored on the coasts of this peninsula to stock up on water, agricultural products and livestock.

A port was established, precisely on the coast between El Pescadero and Todos Santos.


The Mexican census of 2015 reported a population of 3,151 inhabitants. In addition, there is an increasing number of foreigners, mainly from the United States, Canada and, to a lesser extent, Europeans.


There are several options of Schools like: Escuela Primaria Emiliano Zapata, Instituto de Ingles America, Kid’s Zone Pescadero.


La Paz International Airport and Los Cabos International Airport are the closest to Pescadero, within Baja California Sur, there are also flights from Loreto.

So, what is there to do in El Pescadero:?

Now that you know Pescadero is a great place for real estate investment, we want to know a little more about it and what it has to offer to anyone who lives or visits the city.

Art & Beer

This cluster of palapas is found on our way to Todos Santos, on Mexico 19 at Km 69, a few miles south of Pescadero.

Art & Beer street sign at Santa Lucia de Los Cerritos, Baja California Sur
Camping at Pescadero, Baja California Sur

Baja Life Camp

Baja Life Camp™ was created to provide you the cleansing and liberating raw foods centered experience you were rightfully born to have. A family sports campground with sleeping accommodations for up to 20 persons.

Baja Life Camp Headquarters, Barrio Las Palmitas, km 64, Hwy 19, El Pescadero, Baja California Sur.

Casitas del Salitral

Offers a vision of environmental protection, which takes advantage of the resources that nature offers while establishing measures for their protection.

Cottages at El Pescadero, Baja California Sur
Restaurant at Cerritos beach, Baja California Sur

Cerritos Beach Club

A new restaurant on the beach, just opened at the end of January 2007, Cerritos Beach Club serves breakfast, lunch and dinner on the beach at Playa Los Cerritos.

Cerritos Beach

A beautiful, sweeping expanse of pristine beach just south of the farming community of Pescadero.

People having fun at cerritos beach, Baja California Sur
Guy surfing at Pescadero beach in Baja California Sur

Pescadero Surf Camp

Located in Pescadero between Playa Los Cerritos and Playa San Pedrito, at Km. 64 on Mexico Hwy 19, one hour north of Cabo San Lucas.

Playa San Pedro (Las Palmas Beach)

Playa Las Palmas is a smaller quarter mile expanse of beach bordered by a reed lagoon and protected by rock promontories on both sides. Groves of palm trees frame this gorgeous small beach.

San Pedro beach at Pescadero, Baja California Sur
Guy windsurfing at El Pescadero, Baja California Sur


If you like sports visit the following places where you can practice skating, surf or just swim at the beach. Skate Park, Playa San pedrito, Baja sky tours, Surfit Baja.

Spa & Wellness

In Pescadero you can find some spas where you can relax and enjoy like; The Joy of Floating and Hesed Najera Massage & Wellness.

Massager pouring oil on hand to massage
Additional services
Medical Care

There are two clinics in El Pescadero, Dr. Pescadero, and Health Center.

Car Rental

In Pescadero and Todos Santos you can rent a car for transport in some of this companies like: BBB Rent a Car, Cactus Rent a Car, Alamo Rent a Car.


There are several options of Schools if you are interested in giving your children the best education there are: Escuela Primaria Emiliano Zapata, Instituto de Ingles America, Kid’s Zone Pescadero.


Banks Cabo area are the ones closest to Pescadero that offer professional banking and financial services. Also ATM machines can be found in the downtown area.