It has been said that Ensenada is a town built around a bar. An exaggeration, nonetheless Hussong's Cantina,
which opened in 1892, has been a major influence.
Beyond the hardcore tourist traps, vineyards, museums, whale watching, and beautiful
beaches are some of the attractions to Ensenada. As the
third largest city in Baja California, it is one of the most
important ports on the Pacific Rim. Don't miss the fish market!
Warm summers and mild winters, sunny days and cool nights
are the reason more than 90% of Mexico's wines are produced in
Ensenada and its surrounding regions like the Guadalupe Valley. Most
wineries offer tours and wine tastings.