Km. 35, Rosarito
Rosarito, Baja California, México
Directions: From San Diego Downtown:
Take I-5 South until US/Mexico border; follow signs to Rosarito
There are two roads that will bring you to Rosarito Beach. The toll road (cuota) and the free road (libre). The well maintain toll road is a faster and easier way to get here. You will also enjoy of panoramic views. The toll highway is also patrolled by the green angels a mobile mechanic that will assist you in case if any mechanical problems.
To get to the toll road from the border, bear to the right just after entering Mexico. Work your way into the right lane as you climb the first small rise. As the road merges with another lane on the right get over into this lane as soon as possible to avoid missing the exit. Take the exit marked Playas de Tijuana Rosarito. This will take you to the road that runs along the international border (avenida international).You‘ll see the border fence to your right as you travel west, you will stay on this road as you climb the first hill. Stay right and keep going straight.
As you drop down in the canyon (known as Smugglers Canyon) you ll want to take the right turn off to the road going west (marked Ensenada Cuota) which means Ensenada Toll road. As you merge, get over into the left lane and stay there. Up another hill and then you ll drop down to Playas de Tijuana, the beach community of Tijuana. Since we are going to Rosarito Beach we´ll stay left and follow the road as it curves left.
Just ahead is the toll booth. A atoll free approximately $ 1.25 dollars will take you all the way to Rosarito. The 17 mile scenic trip will take about twenty minutes. It is a beautiful trip. Some of northern Baja California‘s most spectacular scenery is along this route that glides along the coast with it‘s unblemished views of the Pacific Ocean.
At Rosarito Beach, there are four exists off the toll road. The first exit will take your right into town. You ll drive along Benito Juarez Blvd. (The main street) for about two miles to the main dra instantly. If you would prefer avoid the city traffic, stay on the toll road and take the 5th Rosarito exit.
Just past the fourth Rosarito exit, take the 'La Paloma, Popotla, Calafia, Las Rocas" exit. Continue south on this road for approximately 10 minutes to Las Olas Resort & Spa. Exit in the Calafia Arch and on your right overlooking the Ocean you will see the 21 story development.