To date Homex has invested $50 million in Las Villas de Mexico at Loreto Baja. They are constructing villas, townhouses and condominiums in a modern Spanish Colonial architectural style with echoes of Old Mexico. With several units now completed and sold, they plan to complete up to 200 by the end of 2011. The units are equipped with state-of-the-
The villas, townhouses and condos at Las Villas de Mexico at Loreto Baja are ideal for vacation and retirement homes, as Loreto is not only one of the safest spots in Mexico, but it offers an array of outdoor and water activities in a beautiful, untouched natural setting. Alaska Airlines flies to Loreto nonstop from Los Angeles four times weekly.
The Inn at Loreto Bay is offering a good reason to discover Loreto Baja this fall. For just $299 per couple, guests can enjoy a 3-day, 2-night beachfront vacation at the resort – a savings of over 62%. Valid until October 30, 2011, based on availability, the Inn at Loreto Bay’s “Discover Loreto” package includes:
• Spacious accommodations
• Welcome amenities
• Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
• Unlimited golf
• Preferential rates in activities such as scuba, whale watching, sailing and more
Offshore Loreto, in the Sea of Cortez, is Mexico’s largest marine park and pristine desert islands that have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. Loreto Baja is the starting point for world-class fishing, scuba diving, kayaking and snorkeling. During the winter, these waters are the best spot for watching six species of whales, including the world’s largest mammal, the Blue whale.
For reservations for the “Discover Loreto” package at the Inn at Loreto Bay, call 877-527-8455 or email email@example.com. To learn more about the Inn at Loreto Bay visit, www.innloretobay.com
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