The islands of loreto

An Undiscovered Treasure

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While many automatically associate Baja California Sur with Cabo San Lucas, Danzante Bay and its neighbor, Loreto, stand apart as a laidback respite to that supercharged scene. Thankfully, this oasis to the north is planned to endure largely as is, albeit with all the residential conveniences sought by its expat population (including world-class medical services) and offering reliable connections to the U.S. mainland with both a commercial and private (FBO) airport. 

By limiting development and concentrating on a holistic experience, Danzante Bay ensures its trajectory as the next great destination for relaxation, culture and eco-tourism. It seeks to embody its indigenous culture through the social experiences offered at the resort, and protects its singular beauty with an emphasis on architecture that sits low on the landscape and blends with its surroundings while preserving views and limiting crowds. 

Already establishing itself as a performance venue with a recent private concert by former musician from The Eagles, Don Felder, the resort is pursuing reoccurring food and wine festivals with other lifestyle partners including Greg and Stacy Lill of famed DeLille Cellars, who have successfully programmed other luxury group travel experiences from Europe to Polynesia. To that end, Loreto will be the next great destination for private excursions and culinary and culture aficionados the world over. 

I envision a host of annual events from yachting rendezvous to food and wine festivals at Danzante Bay – it is the ultimate venue for our clients to get away to it all.
— -Greg Lill President, Emeritus DeLille Cellars
 Among the City of Loreto’s many colonial buildings is the historic Mision de Nuestra Senora de Loreto Concho, a 17th-century church (est. 1697). 

Among the City of Loreto’s many colonial buildings is the historic Mision de Nuestra Senora de Loreto Concho, a 17th-century church (est. 1697).