Punta Pequeña is a family-run Mexican corporation with a boutique hotel (Scorpion Bay Hotel) and approximately 40 acres of land in San Juanico, Baja CaliforniaSur, Mexico—home to the world famous wave, ScorpionBay. What started out as a family vacation 15 years ago, has turned into a lifelong passion to preserve the culture of this remote community and protect the pristine environment while improving the livelihoods of local residents for generations to come.
We were fortunate enough to secure large parcels of land in San Juanico over a decade ago with the hope of dedicating most of it to conservation and sharing a small piece with others who value the serene landscapes, small community and active lifestyle that ScorpionBay represents. Now, we are offering a little slice of paradise just steps away from ScorpionBay’s Second Point, which is the last ocean view property available in San Juanico.
Located 630 miles south of the U.S. border in the Comondú province of Baja California Sur, the rustic fishing pueblo of San Juanico sits on a world class, right-handed point break. Comprised of seven points, Parcel 123 is literally a stone’s throw away from ScorpionBay’s 2nd Point—hence, “Villas de Punta Dos”—and within walking distance of what really matters: fish tacos and cervezas.
Surfers, kitesurfers, fisherman, and offroaders love the sanctuary of San Juanico because of its distinctive culture, community, and environment. Whether you want to watch the sunset from the red rock mesas overlooking ScorpionBay, explore nearby petroglyphs, experience the local culture, or relax on the beach with your friends and family all day, San Juanico has it all.
The Master Plan for Parcel 123, known as Villas de Punta Dos, is to create a low-density residential community with a strong emphasis on responsible planning and sustainable development in order to minimize impacts and maximize view corridors. Villas de Punta Dos has 31 lots that range from 8,660 ft² to 17,044.70 ft² that are available for purchase with prices ranging between $85,000 and $185,000 USD.
For those who don’t know, foreigners can own land in Mexico within the “restricted zone”—32 miles from the coast—via many ways, but the most popular method is the Mexican land trust (“fideicomiso”), which has been in use for decades. You will have all the same rights as an owner of property in the U.S. or Canada, including the right to build, sell, rent, and improve the property. We have experience in various methods of ownership and can help point you in the right direction so you can seek proper counsel.
If interested, please click here to download the Villas de Punta Dos Introduction Pamphlet which includes information about the development, sustainable architectural guidelines, local activities and more. There is also a link to schedule a call in the PDF. Thank you for your interest in Villas de Punta Dos. We hope you’ll join us and become part of the familia.