Calafia Resort Condos and Villas
Calafia Resort and Villas located in Beautiful Rosarito Baja Mexico. For the best value along the Gold Coast corridor of Northern Baja choose Calafia. Where your retirement dollars go further.
According to an old legend, Calafia was the Amazon warrior Queen of a mythical island named California. She was said to be the most beautiful woman in the world…
Calafia today is one of the most established communities in the Baja area. Developed in such a way that allows you to experience the beauty of both the Pacific and Baja, residents enjoy gorgeous sunrises and sunsets all year long. Breathtaking wall to wall views, granite kitchens, travertine bathrooms, Mexican tile flooring, and an array of community appointments allow for residents to simply relax and enjoy the surroundings.
Calafia is an oceanfront resort community in Baja that offers condominiums in three towers, oceanview villas, and oceanfront villas.
Calafia offers more amenities for the price than any other community of its size, including a sandy beach, two oceanfront pools, oceanfront and indoor Jacuzzis, steam rooms, saunas, gyms, an oceanfront walkway, 24-hour security, and formal lobbies equipped for meetings and events.
Calafia is a development that has truly become a community in Baja. It is very common to get to know your neighbors and to run into people you know enjoying themselves on the oceanfront trails.
Set up in a resort-style with amenities spread all around the grounds with no crowded spots and fresh clean air, Calafia is planned to promote comfort and leisure. The first tower of Calafia was originally Calafia Condos Resort & Villas designed, founded ad built by Igal Gordon and his partners 15 years ago. Since then, Calafia has transformed into three soaring towers with 200 condos and 35 ocean-side villas.
Check out the surf at Calafia in front of Calafia Hotel, but don't expect the surf to be cranking. It's a pretty fickle spot and breaks only a few times a year. When it's working it's a nice right-hand point break. It really needs a strong south swell to work. Bus Stop is another smaller, but more consistent option that picks up anything south to west. Calafia is really rocky, especially at low tide.