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La Ventana

Also known as the world’s
capital of Kite Boarding.

Nestled between majestic Sierra Cacachilas mountains and the mesmerizing Sea of Cortez, El Jalito Beach offers endless opportunities to enjoy an active lifestyle, unspoiled natural surroundings, and delicious, authentic local or international cuisine.

Ventamar was proud to sponsor the 2019 La Ventana Classic where we helped raise $46,926 for local student scholarships and community projects.

Ventamar was proud to sponsor the 2019 La Ventana Classic where we helped raise $46,926 for local student scholarships and community projects.

La Ventana

Also known as the world’s
capital of Kite Boarding.

Nestled between majestic Sierra Cacachilas mountains and the mesmerizing Sea of Cortez, El Jalito Beach offers endless opportunities to enjoy an active lifestyle, unspoiled natural surroundings, and delicious, authentic local or international cuisine.

Ventamar was proud to sponsor the 2019 La Ventana Classic where we helped raise $46,926 for local student scholarships and community projects.

Ventamar was proud to sponsor the 2019 La Ventana Classic where we helped raise $46,926 for local student scholarships and community projects.

Meet the neighbors

The Flora and Fauna of Baja California Sur

The La Ventana Bay Area is known for its abundant sea life. So abundant, that French marine biologist, Jacques Cousteau, christened  The Sea Of Cortez as “The world’s natural aquarium”.

What may surprise people is the equally impressive variety of land animals and birds. The area is also home to the impressive Cardon cactus. There are actual forests of them, some growing up to 70 feet tall. These large cacti serve as multi-story apartments to many species of birds. The ground is littered with wildflowers and the air congested with butterflies of all sizes and colors.

Meet the neighbors

The Flora and Fauna of Baja California Sur

The La Ventana Bay Area is known for its abundant sea life. So abundant, that French marine biologist, Jacques Cousteau, christened  The Sea Of Cortez as “The world’s natural aquarium”.

What may surprise people is the equally impressive variety of land animals and birds. The area is also home to the impressive Cardon cactus. There are actual forests of them, some growing up to 70 feet tall. These large cacti serve as multi-story apartments to many species of birds. The ground is littered with wildflowers and the air congested with butterflies of all sizes and colors.