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“Nice place to relax”
Review of La Lobera

La Lobera
Ranked #12 of 60 things to do in Ensenada
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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
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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 where you have to turn right immediately and leave the road..... keep going to the beach and you will find this beautiful place. I do not recomend driving a small car as there is no pavement, no signs, no security, get a truck and if its rain season make sure it is 4X4 as it can get veeeery muddy. This is a natural human population free place. The sea comes through a cave where sea Lions have their own private beach, it can all be seen from above. The ocean views are amazingly beautiful and the sunset is breath taking. After your visit, if you are driving back to Ensenada once you get back in the road, about 5 min drive, take a look in the right side there is a small place called "Parcela 12" they have all you can eat for $100 pesos, different types of home made plates, you can see the kitchen from your table. Everything is clean and the food delicious. The perfect place to finish this trip and go back with a full happy stomach

18  Thank Cynthia M
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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 a small sign. 2 WD vehicle OK when dry. Don't leave small children unattended it has a small barrier letting you know not to cross or you'll drop the 20 odd meters to the beach below with the sea lions.

2  Thank Carlos C
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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
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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 few more reasons to get there. The coast is rugged and beautiful, the road goes through a desert canyon (it's not paved, but graded, so you don't need a 4x4 or any special vehicles) and senor who lives there gave us a very nice presentation about the lions and the sea creatures they farm for those lions. He speaks Spanish only, but he is super friendly and does his work very well, so a few dollars would be a well deserved donation.

2  Thank heckfy
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