Las Gaviotas is Northern Baja's, Crown Jewel. With over 35 years of history, the community is as beautiful today as it was when conceived. This is an active community where people have been having fun and building memories for decades. We have both retirees and weekenders who come to enjoy the beautiful weather and the gorgeous sunsets.
Not many places can offer World Class Surfing right out front where the amateur to the professional can find excellent surfing this community offers much more. Our amenities include an oceanfront boardwalk. Ocean Front Swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Private Beach with Palapas and a BBQ area. With Tide Pools where you can find Star Fish and more. Come join us for Monday Night Football Pot Lucks in the huge Ocean Front Club House or stop by the business center or onsite library to catch up.
Las Gaviotas is a professionally managed community with 24 Hour Security, teams of gardeners and maintenance workers that keep the community beautiful. Attention to detail is what makes this Baja Community Spectacular.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to become one of a select few to own in Las Gaviotas. With only 297 homes in Total and only a hand full of resales available, the current market conditions have made this the ideal time to buy. Pricing has not been this good in years. Take advantage of this moment in time and achieve real value in your investment and make a change for the better… This is truly a unique resort.
Las Gaviotas is one of the most established gated oceanfront communities in Baja.
With an excellent active Home Owner's Association, the community is maintained up to international standards.
Las Gaviotas is located at a well-known surf break, which makes it a tourist destination for many.
Amenities in Las Gaviotas include an oceanfront pool and Jacuzzi, gym, clubhouse, a putting green, a small park, an oceanfront walkway with incredible views and access to a sandy beach with a volleyball court and of course, the surf break.
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.