In 2015, Ensenada was designated by the United Nations UNESCO, as a “Creative City” in the culinary field. It became the first Mexican city to obtain this distinction, ensuring that visitors have a complete culinary experience. Ensenada offers everything from street food to farm to table dishes in world famous restaurants,
A complete foodies paradise.
The port city, located in Baja Mexico, boasts waters teeming with abalones, cocktail clams, blue-fin tunas, shrimp, mussels and oysters, and with more than 300 hundred restaurants, you are sure to discover unique flavors, with incredibly fresh, recently caught, ingredients.
Ensenada region also produces 140 varieties of vegetables and legumes, and bountiful of production of olive oil and cheeses.
Currently there are more than 90 vineyards in the six valleys, which surround Ensenada, amounting to 400 world-class wine labels. Two wine routes to choose from: Ruta del Vino, traversing across the San Antonio de la Minas and Guadalupe de Valle or Antigua Ruta del Vino (old route), travels through the Las Grulla, Santo Tomas and San Vincente valleys
In addition to being known as “ Capital of Mexican Wine” Ensenada is also known for it’s numerous artisanal breweries. A visit to Ensenada will give you a chance to see a tasting room where you can savor many types of beer while getting to know the brewing process, accompanied by stunning views of the landscape and a refreshing sea breeze.
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