Rocky Point Mexico in the fall is such a peaceful and relaxing time. Unlike summer, the beaches are almost empty, filled only with the sounds and smells of the Sea of Cortez, but few people. Our favorite times are walks on the beach at the end of the day when the tide is low.
The 2+ mile walk East on Sandy Beach from Princesa A109 is leisurely, and if the tide is low enough you’ll walk to the mouth of the marina and watch the boats come in for the day.
Walking back, you are rewarded with the lingering warmth of the sun’s final rays, beckoning you to witness yet another spectacular fall sunset at Rock Point Mexico.
What could be better? Tomorrow you can look forward to another day of the same.
One of the best parts of staying at Princesa Beach Condo unit A109 is being able to plop down on the beach and contemplate life. This picture was taken on 10/21/12, on a nearly empty Sandy Beach, just before another amazing sunset.
Now, imagine it is you sitting on the beach (with your special someone), sipping on a Margarita, and completely relaxing. And this is one of the most beautiful times of year, with temperatures in the mid to lower 80’s, soothing breezes, sunshine, and very few people.
With Princesa beach condo A109, you are beach front and ground floor, so you have instant access to your beach & your condo. CLICK HERE to reserve a few days of peace and relaxation today.
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With the opening of the new Sonoya bridge last week, it is smooth driving to Rocky Point, whether you are driving South from Arizona or East & South from California.
To help you with your travel questions, we wanted to post some helpful Facebook pages that you may want to “Like” before your trip South:
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Because of recent flooding issues in Sonoyta Mexico, and problems with the bridges being closed or flooded, we recommend that you checkout this Facebook page before driving to Rocky Point or going home accross the border:
Sandy Beach Mexico is a long stretch of beach
This is the view from the balcony of Mary’s (they have the BEST shrimp tacos in all of Rocky Point).
Below us, pelicans feed on fish near pier/restaurant
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This past weekend was Semana Santa or Holy Week in Rocky Point, bringing as many as 75,000 visitors, for probably the biggest of all of Mexico’s holidays. Certainly, the Princesa de Penasco was a buz of activity at the pools and on the beach, and even overhead as a federal police helicopter checked up on all of us about once per hour.
The vendors on the beach looked very busy as did the restaurants and other merchants. Hotels and condo rentals were 100% full, receiving their share of the over $2.2 million USD reportedly spent by the visitors.
Remembering the “reason for the season”, we took a ten minute walk down the beach from Princesa A109 and attended Easter Sunrise service on Sandy Beach, by the Rocky Point Family of God church.
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Being the owner of a Mexican condo for vacation rental, I had to recently obtain a tax number, and register at the Immigration Office in Rocky Point. I was happily surprised to find this banner hanging above the waiting area: “Ya No Mas Mordidas.” I understand that this was part of an anti-corruption campaign pioneered by the Mexican government and one that has been going on for some time.
At the office that issues tax numbers, there is even a red phone set up for citizens to call if they witness any acts of corruption in that office.
My hat goes off to the Mexican people and the Mexican government for making attempts to clean up their corruption.
PrincesaBeachCondo.com is now live to provide helpful info about Princesa A109 to prospective guests.
Also, Princesa A109 is now available for reservations. To get prices, check out availability, or to book your reservation at A109, go to the Reservations page.
Over time this blog will post updated information we think you’ll find helpful if you are considering a vacation at Princesa in Rocky Point Mexico.
Have a blessed and enjoyable stay at one of our favorite places on earth.