Announcements

Free Mega-Mixer in Ensenada for international residents, 15 March.

There is going to be a Mega Mixer for all international residents of Baja on Thursday March 15th. 2012 in Ensenada. It is being hosted by the City of Ensenada and the Baja Secretary of Tourism. This is going to be a fun and informative networking event, with many tourism officials in attendance.

It would be an easy day trip for people from San Felipe.  Or maybe they could wrap it into an overnight visit to the beautiful Guadalupe Valley wine country, or a day of shopping in Ensenada, or a visit to the Bufadora?  

It is a great opportunity for San Felipe residents to meet some of the key leaders in Baja tourism.

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY MEGA MIXER 2012

Thursday, March 15, 2012 12 NOON TO 3:00 PM
Riviera del Pacifico Conference Center – Ensenada

This free event is a networking opportunity for international residents of Baja and a great chance to obtain information from a variety of sources.

There will be finger foods from various Ensenada area restaurants, wine tastings from Baja wineries, and music.
Those government agencies and businesses invited to attend and provide information include:

US Consulate, Canadian Consulate, Mexican Immigration, Mexican Customs, Baja and Ensenada Tourism, Baja and Ensenada Chamber of Commerce, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Baja Universities, Notario Publicos, Official Translators, INSEN – Senior Services, Valmar Hospital – Ensenada, Sharp Medical Center – San Diego, Ensenada Tourist Police and Pro Vino.

Note: No one will be selling anything.  This is an information-sharing and networking event.

Please RSVP to:  tillie.f@snhotelcasino.com

San Felipe Featured Upcoming Events:

Serenity

PBS recently visited San Felipe. They stopped by the giant Cactus, drank a margarita, and met with the guys at the golf course. Next, they headed northwest to Rancho La Puerta Spa. Voted by Travel and Leisure magazine as the #1 destination spa in the world, they had to check it out. Jorge meets the 86-year-old founder Deborah and receives a royal spa treatment and a facial.
 

Watch San Felipe and Tecate on PBS. See more from Crossing South.

 

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Día de la Constitución

In 1909, Emiliano Zapata became the leader of the farmers from his village to protect their farms.  Zapata and his men fought the government troops in the south of Mexico.

In 1913, Pancho Villa formed an army of several hundred farmers in the north. They fought on the side of Venustiano Carranza and the Constitutionalists. 

Eventually Carranza rose to the presidency and created the Constitution of 1917, which still is in effect today.  This resulted in the ejido or farm cooperative program that redistributed much of the country’s land from the wealthy land holders to the peasants.  The ejidos are still in place today and comprise of nearly half of all farmland in Mexico.

San Felipe’s 87th Birthday.

Happy 87th Anniversary to San Felipe! Our little spot in the Baja where there are "No Bad Days" officially became a town on February 5th, 1925! San Felipe has come a long way…from a tiny Baja fishing village with a population of only 100 people in the late 1920's, to the beautiful place that so many people now consider themselves very lucky to call home! 

 
¡Feliz Cumpleaños San Felipe!
 

Featured Upcoming Events:

 

 

The fifth program of The Royal Tour dedicated to the great country of México  –  El quinto programa de la serie El Tour Real dedicado al gran país de México.

No one can resist to discover México  –  Nadie puede resistirse a descubrir México.

 

Welcome to the New SanFelipe.com.mx!

Welcome to the new San Felipe website. Our team is working hard to make this new site even more useful to you and to implement additional features to help in the promotion of the region. There may be a few hiccups to start with and we want you to understand that this is a work in progress.

There are thousands of pages associated with the old site and it will take some time to bring all of the important ones into the new format. We hope you will enjoy exploring as the site grows and that you will continue to support our advertisers who help to make all of this possible.

Tony Colleraine

Welcome to the New SanFelipe.com.mx!

Welcome to the new San Felipe website. Our team is working hard to make this new site even more useful to you and to implement additional features to help in the promotion of the region. There may be a few hiccups to start with and we want you to understand that this is a work in progress.

There are thousands of pages associated with the old site and it will take some time to bring all of the important ones into the new format. We hope you will enjoy exploring as the site grows and that you will continue to support our advertisers who help to make all of this possible.

Tony Colleraine