Now, for the first time ever, Danzante Bay at the islands of Lorento is offering real estate opportunities for interested buyers. Choose from lots for sale starting at $450,000, or full built projects ranging from $1.7M to $6.9M.

Buyers can select one of four predesigned home plans from Kevin B. Howard Architects, with anywhere from three to six bedrooms, and 2,900 to 6,000+ square feet. Land planning has been thoughtfully designed by Hart Howerton. Owners will enjoy a private beach club, access to the resort’s fitness facilities, and special rates and access to the spa and restaurants. 

The 741-acre masterplan resort community of Danzante Bay is set amidst the dramatic Sierra de la Giganta mountains, bordering the turquoise waters of the Sea of Cortez, on the eastern coast of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, around 200 miles north of Cabo. The destination is set on the Loreto Bay National Marine Park, A UNESCO World Heritage site. The nearby city of Loreto is rich with culture and history.

The resort community is home to the exceptional TPC Danzante Bay, an 18-hole golf course from Rees Jones boasting some of the most striking holes in golf. They also have an award-winning 140-room resort, the Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa. Add to that four restaurants, the Sabila Spa, five pools, and these new real estate developments, and Danzante Bay is on track to become one of the top destinations in Mexico.

Other activities for owners and guests include cultural city tours, hiking Tabor Canyon, snorkeling and exploring the “Aquarium of the World,” ATV desert tours, LED stand up paddle boarding at night, sport fishing excursions, and surfing at Scorpion Bay.

Developers Owen Perry and Luz Maria Torres continue to perfect their vision for Danzante Bay. Experts in developing world-class resorts, they’re well known for their work as partners of the Villa Group, which has a portfolio of nine successful resorts across Mexico. By limiting development and concentrating on a holistic experience, they ensure Danzante Bay’s trajectory as the next great destination for relaxation, culture, and eco-tourism.

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