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The Ultimate Mexican Destination – El Cielo Resort, Valle de Guadalupe

The up-and-coming Valle de Guadalupe wine region, located just 90 miles from San Diego, is perfect for a pre-holiday escape and has a burgeoning culinary scene with an incredible selection of boutique wineries to explore, and the best resort to stay at during a visit to The Valle is El Cielo Resort & Winery.

Known as Mexico’s most celebrated wine region and a wine lover’s bucolic paradise, this hidden gem destination is just south of the San Diego-Tijuana border and promises an unforgettable weekend of relaxation, gourmet dining experiences, and wine-tasting adventures. Road trippers can make the best out of their getaway with a stop in Puerto Nuevo, a seaside town in Playas de Rosarito Municipality, located on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. Puerto Nuevo is famously known as the Legendary Lobster Village with over 30 langosta houses as well as Mexican arts, crafts, furniture, glass, pottery, and clothing from the various states of Mexico.

El Cielo Resort & Winery is a haven of luxury and tranquility nestled in the heart of the picturesque region. This resort is a wine tourism endeavor featuring a winery, as well as a boutique hotel boasting 95 lavishly appointed suites and villas. From the moment guests step into their rooms, they are enveloped in an atmosphere of comfort and sophistication, ensuring a truly elevated and unforgettable stay.

  • At the heart of El Cielo Resort’s allure is its commitment to culinary excellence, represented by two specialty restaurants on property, Latitud 32 and Polaris, that embody the essence of Valle de Guadalupe’s gastronomic scene.
  • The property is surrounded by 1,640 feet of beautiful vineyards and olive trees, mountainous landscapes and two beautiful reservoirs. Guests are welcome to tour the vineyards and choose unique experiences, like meeting one of the resort’s hawks to learn about their role in the winery’s sustainability efforts or blending their own wine with one of El Cielo’s sommeliers.