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La Lobera

#13 of 59 things to do in Ensenada Features Animals
Playa del Socorro | km. 47.5 carretera Transpeninsular #1 entre Ejido Valle tranquilo y El Rosario, Ensenada, Mexico
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We had to go to San Quintin so on our way back we dropped by la Lobera. Good place to relax and sit... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2016
Jay P
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Los Angeles, California
Very Beautiful

Just traveled to San Quintin this last weekend and was a bit dissapointed with the valley of San... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2016
dianatraveler2016
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Mexicali, Mexico
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  • Very good30%
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7 Sep 2016
“Nature”
18 Apr 2016
“Very Beautiful”
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Playa del Socorro | km. 47.5 carretera Transpeninsular #1 entre Ejido Valle tranquilo y El Rosario, Ensenada, Mexico
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Reviewed 7 September 2016

We had to go to San Quintin so on our way back we dropped by la Lobera. Good place to relax and sit by the ocean, not to mention seeing the sealions just hanging out together. Unfortunately no restaurants close.

1  Thank Jay P
Reviewed 19 April 2016

Just traveled to San Quintin this last weekend and was a bit dissapointed with the valley of San Quintin itself. Nothing to do, no camping áreas only one access to the beach through the Old Mill área but is really not worth swimming in and...More

3  Thank dianatraveler2016
Reviewed 11 February 2016

It,s quite far away from the higway but is a beautiful place to be.. the ocean looks great and the sea lions are fun to watch.

2  Thank albertoso
Reviewed 14 January 2016

If you are coming from Ensenada is a 3 hour 30 min drive. Take the "Carretera transpeninsular" all the way south. Between San Quintin town and El Rosario pay attetion because there is only one small blue sign on the road that will tell you...More

18  Thank Cynthia M
Reviewed 27 November 2015

This is a short drive from the highway between San Quintin and El Rosario, just a few kilometers before the military checkpoint. When driving south keep an eye open to your right, there are some power line post near the exit and its marked by...More

2  Thank Carlos C
Reviewed 29 July 2015

This shouldn't even be advertised. The road is closed, but even if you manage to walk trough, you will get to a surveillance booth and a fence that forbids access. The place is private now.

1  Thank Ileeri
Reviewed 6 June 2015

It's a pretty cool place to visit for many reasons. It used to be a natural cave, but the top fell through forming something like a stadium size ocean water pool with a beach and sea lions. This is quite unique. But there are a...More

2  Thank heckfy
Reviewed 14 May 2015

I personally didn't find it that big of a deal, the scenery is beautiful tho... well in general the ocean is beautiful.. and there are a bunch of sea lions in the cave; looking comfortable while you just stare at them. so it's a nice...More

Thank Lola R
Reviewed 30 March 2013

Wow! We though we were just going to see some sea lions but we also got to walk on the edge of the world! Beautiful rock formations, birds, patterns in rocks, 30 pesos to park, the view was priceless!! Eh also cultivate seafood near, and...More

12  Thank blondepenguin
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OkJustjeff
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The place is 244 Km south from Ensenada. You have to take the Federal Route #1 Transpeninsular Highway and go straight to the south. You're going to pass the big town of San Quintín. Next, before you reach the little town of... More
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