Food & Wine

Ensenada cuisine often consists of freshly caught seafood from the Pacific accompanied by excellent wine made from locally grown grapes.

When visiting the city, try the delicious shrimp or fish tacos, fresh tuna with salad, mussels prepared in various forms, and lobster gratin.

Baja California is the largest producer of wine in Mexico, so try to visit Ensenada's vineyards, or better yet, take a wine tour of the valleys of Guadalupe, Santo Tomás, and San Antonio de las Minas.

Some of the vineyards are more than 100 years old, while others have begun producing their first wines in the twenty-first century.