Costa Tepentu is situated in the middle of the state of Baja California, approximately 40 miles north of the State capital of La Paz.
Because of the magnitude of its marine life, the Sea of Cortez has all the potential to become one of the premier ecotourism destination in the world.
It is already one of the richest bodies of water on earth with a weather that can be easily ranked as subtropicalť (Jacques Cousteau)
The property is divided into 2 distinct beachfront sections that can be bought separately.
SECTION 1 has 4 contiguous parcels with a total of 332 hectares (820 acres), and 3.95 kilometers of beach frontage (2.45 miles). Comprising the entirety of Punta El Cobre, this section is relatively flat terrain. From the prime sandy beaches there is a gradual sloping elevation. The far back of this section is characterized by rugged strata steeps and canyons.
The island of Espiritu Santo, where the Spaniards exploited the pearl oyster beds in the mid 16th century, lies 35 kilometers due East.
SECTION 2 has a total of 489.56 hectares (1,209.21 acres) with 9.7 kilometers of beach frontage (6.04 miles), and starts at Punta Coyote and runs north to Punta Mechudo. Punta Coyote is a sandy beach with minor elevations on the back. Going north, the mountains spectacular formations with volcanic strata of different colors, become more prominent in their advancement. They frequently scale down to touch the generally calm greenish blue waters of the Sea of Cortez, leaving a series of sandy bays. The small island of San Francisco lies 10 kilometers northeast.
The island of San Jose rests like a protective barrier 4 to 6 miles offshore. In the northeastern distance, Santa Cruz, San Diego and other smaller islands are visible.