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La Vinata Beach New Mazatlan property
La Vinata Beach New Mazatlan property
This investment opportunity is a potential eco resort/retirement community strategically located on the West Coast of Mexico between the International Highway 15 and the Sea of Cortes; approximately twenty (28) miles north of the renowned tourist city of Mazatlan, Sinaloa and 60 miles south of the state’s capital – Culiacan. The site consists of approximately 272 hectares (672 acres) of pristine land located right inside of a 125,000-acre natural reserve called La Mesa de Cacaxtla. The site has an unparalleled location with access to two international airports, a direct 4-lane highway access at road marker 45, and miles of pristine beaches accessible along its west side. We invite you to learn more about this excellent opportunity to develop an environmentally-friendly project on the fast-growing Mexico’s West Coast.
- Mazatlan has the best development price / performance of all the larger ocean tourism markets in Mexico
- State and municipal authorities have demonstrated a strong official support for the La Vinata project
- La Vinata is the only large parcel that can be developed in the “Green Zone” (La Mesa de Cacaxtla Natural Reserve) thus presenting a strong eco-tourism project opportunity
- La Vinata has been zoned for both commercial and residential development and counts with a proposed master plan and initial permits approved
- The project is on the International Highway 15, the main Mexico – Nogales thoroughfare, and has water and electricity services adjacent to the property
- La Vinata has a clear fee simple title, it is 100% American owned (not communal Ejido land that prevails in this area), and is free of any liens and encumbrances
- The nearby La Cruz and Dimas villages with approximately 20,000 people, provide an ample staffing and personnel pool
The tentative master plan is comprised of 1021 residential lots, a hotel site, Golf Course, and 2 commercial parcels. The project is located in a highly desirable location with unparalleled access to a wide variety of recreational opportunities in the surrounding areas.
As previously noted, this property provides an excellent opportunity to develop an Eco-Friendly project as the beaches, estuaries, and beautiful native vegetation are a natural habitat for sea turtles, iguanas, deer, turkeys, and multiple aquatic bird species.
Based on the entitlements and approvals detailed above, the following summarizes the current Investment Opportunity.
- Land 672 acres (272 hectares / 2,720,000 square meters)
- Price Per Square Meter $10.66 USD
- Purchase Price $29,000,000.00 USD
- Seller Financing Available
Due diligence information will be made available electronically to all potential purchasers. All prospective purchasers are required to execute a Confidentiality Agreement prior to receiving access to the materials.
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Did you Know – Las Labradas
By Lionne Decker
The Las Labradas Archaeological Zone is located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean, in Northwestern Mexico, facing the Sea of Cortes, on the shore of the beach bearing the same name, in the Municipality of San Ignacio, in the Southern part of the State of Sinaloa, Mexico. It is found on the outskirts of a small fishing village called Barras de Piaxtla, facing the Pacific Ocean, between the estuary El Yugo and the salt marsh La Chicayota, 29 kilometers north of the Tropic of Cancer line.
Las Labradas rests on a Protected Natural Area known as La Meseta de Cacaxtla, an aspect that gives this zone a double value: archaeological, as a living testimony of an extinct culture, that is materialized through an assembly of rock groupings bearing engraved drawings, that are continuously washed by the ocean’s waves; and its natural value, as a biological corridor teaming with biodiversity, represented through diverse ecosystems. These elements give the Las Labradas Archaeological Zone truly unique characteristics that are not found elsewhere in the world.
The access to the archaeological zone is found on the Mazatlan-Culiacan highway, at km. 51, through the town La Chicayota, approximately 6 kilometers towards the coast. Starting from this town, there is a path that leads directly to the Las Labradas Archaeological Zone. This path, from the town of La Chicayota to the Archaeological Zone, is of approximately 3 kilometers in length.
With an area of 17 hectares, 57 areas and 58,031 centiares, the Las Labradas Archaeological Zone is the site with the highest concentration of existing engraved stone drawings in the country, and the only site in the world of its kind that is located within a coastal tide zone.
The Las Labradas Archaeological Zone consists of a group of basaltic rocks of volcanic origin located on a coastal beach shore bearing the same name. It is the only one of its kind in the world because it sits within the coastal tide zone, which gives it yet more importance, because these rocks constantly receive the impact of the ocean’s waves, and at times are totally covered by the tide.
These rocks, of diverse dimensions, are characterized as having a smooth, polished and rounded surface, due to the erosion caused by their constant contact with the sea. Their color is dark and opaque, sometimes appearing – due to the sun’s reflection- to have several tones of gray during the day. Large amounts of rounded pebble stones are found on the sand’s surface that surrounds this group of rocks, as trace remains of an old river or stream that flowed through this exact place.
The rock group that forms Las Labradas has an extension of 343 meters in length by 40 meters wide. It is important to emphasize that it is difficult to calculate the exact number of existing engravings, because many of them are now almost imperceptible, or are found hidden under other rocks or buried in the sand; still others are covered at times by the ocean. The degree to which they can be observed depends on the weather conditions, in that they may favor good lighting, and also on the tides (many more engravings can be seen when the tide is low). Over 600 rock art engravings have been recorded to date, of different sizes and characteristics.
The spatial location of the rock engravings seems to follow a well-structured order, because coordinating sets have been identified; nevertheless, there does not seem to be a logical appearance of their distribution, that is to say, their placement, as it is somewhat arbitrary, since some engravings are found on the rocks’ surfaces, others on their sides and some are even found on the rocks’ corners.
Las Labradas holds an endless number of designs that, undoubtedly, make up an ideographic system, which, to this day, has been indecipherable. The designs or motifs that have been registered to date are varied and diverse, with stylized human representations, animal motifs, concentric circles, spirals, crosses and abstract figures.
Judging by their stylistic characteristics, they are recognized as pre-Hispanic, and their antiquity – based on recent research by the National Institute of Anthropology and History, through its INAH-Sinaloa Center – can be placed between the end of the Archaic Period (1000 B.C.) and the Middle Formative period (300 A.C.)
Its precise cultural connection is not known, nevertheless, given the stylistic characteristics and production technique of the engravings, it is possible to determine that they were made by expert stone carvers.
Finally, it is important to note that in the American Continent, the most complex rock art and those which show signs of higher technical skills in the production of the engravings are found precisely in locations below the Tropic of Cancer, an area which later came to be known as Mesoamerica. These characteristics are apparent in Las Labradas, where the stylistic features and production techniques of the petroglyphs contain similarities with those found in the rest of the country, and that continue to be found all the way up to Northern Costa Rica.
INAH seeks to convert Las Labradas into a Unesco World Heritage Site
Specialists and officials manage the appointment of Las Labradas as a World Heritage Site by Unesco. ( Photos: Juvencio Villanueva )
Director of INAH Sinaloa announced that they proposed to UNESCO to declare this archaeological zone with this distinctive; the place has already started with celebrations for the start of the Spring Equinox 2023
In a record time of three years, a multitudinous group of specialists and officials from Sinaloa will seek to convince Unesco so that the archaeological zone of Las Labradas, in the south of Sinaloa, achieves the distinction of World Heritage Site.
Within the framework of the Academic Day, planned by the National Institute of Archeology and History of Sinaloa, the director in Sinaloa, Servando Rojo, took the opportunity to report on the projects that are being prepared for this place..
“Right now we are working, a team with Unesco experts has already been integrated, so that Las Labradas is declared a World Heritage Site, we are working together with the State Government, the Secretary of Tourism, ISIC, the San Ignacio City Council, the City Council de Mazatlán, Promotour, as well as Cristina de Cima, Oralia Rice, Amado Guzmán and José López who are people who are permanently promoting the arrangements of this place”, he mentioned.
The manager emphasized the importance of maintaining the place in constant care, considering that if it is desired that in a record time of three years it be declared a World Heritage Site and thus be at the level of others such as Machu Pichu in Peru or Teotihuacán and Palenque in Mexico, which are archaeological zones where international tourism arrives.
“The goal is for this archaeological zone to benefit the community so that they appropriate it and help us take care of it, because it is their heritage and that of all Sinaloans and all Mexicans,” he added
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One-pan roasted prawns with parmesan asparagus
Turn up the heat with this super easy one-pan chilli roasted prawns, served with delicious, in-season asparagus and freshly grated parmesan.
- 2 bunches of asparagus, woody ends trimmed
- 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, divided
- 40g finely grated parmesan
- 500g Coles Black Tiger or Banana Prawns, peeled leaving tails intact, deveined
- 4 garlic cloves, finely chopped
- 1 tsp smoked paprika
- 1/4 tsp dried red chili flakes (optional)
- 1 tbsp finely chopped flat-leaf parsley
- Lemon wedges, to serve
- Coles Finest bread*, warmed, to serve
Position a rack in the lower third of the oven and preheat the oven to 250°C (230°C fan-forced). Line a large rimmed baking tray with baking paper.
On the lined tray, toss asparagus with 1 tbs oil. Arrange in 1 even row over one-half of the tray. Sprinkle three-quarters of the parmesan evenly over the asparagus.
Using a paper towel, pat the prawns dry. In a medium bowl, toss prawns with garlic, paprika, chili flakes, if using, remaining 2 tbs oil, ¾ tsp salt, and ½ tsp pepper. Spread the prawns evenly over the other side of the tray.
Roast for 10 mins or until prawns are cooked through and asparagus is tender. Sprinkle prawns with parsley. Sprinkle asparagus with the remaining parmesan. Serve with lemon wedges and bread.
Hacienda Conde de Oviedo with Pool
Truly a Mexican Experience, w/ a Private Pool.
Located on the El Cid Golf Course Community area of Mazatlán, Hacienda Conde de Oviedo is an authentic property with Mexican Flare. Relax and rejuvenate in the splendor of the chic tropical atmosphere.
Hacienda Conde de Oviedo features a private swimming pool and magnificent Golf Course views throughout the interiors and exteriors. The property includes a media room with satellite TV and Wi-Fi access.
At Hacienda Conde de Oviedo you will find comfortable furnishings, classic Mexican tiles, beautiful fixtures, original artwork and antiques that have been combined with authentic amenities to offer both stylish design and warmth to this classic Mexican Hacienda. The living and dining areas maximize the indoor/alfresco lifestyle by providing easy access to the deck, and a kitchen that comes fully equipped with lots of counter space.
Four bedrooms, along with 3.5 bathrooms, accommodate up to 8 guests at Hacienda Conde de Oviedo. Children are welcome. The Master bedroom includes an en-suite bathroom, air conditioning and terrace access.
If you have ever fantasized about vacationing or living in paradise. El Cid is the place for you. Our resort community is a unique combination of luxury and residential environments in an idyllic corner of Mexico. Here in Mazatlán, you will enjoy beautiful beaches, world class sport fishing, golf, tennis facilities and a rich calendar of cultural activities.
Nicknamed the “Pearl of the Pacific” Mazatlán is blessed with more than 300 days of sunshine and 80 – degree temperature year round. This idyllic destination beckons those with an adventurous spirit, boundless energy, and affection for friendly people. Escape to dynamic gorgeous beaches, first class recreation and attractions, and colorful celebration festivals all year round.
Guest Bedroom with Golf Course Views
Guest Bedroom with Golf Course Views
Large Outdoor Patio Space w/ Private Pool
Chef’s Kitchen– fully equipped with refrigerator, stove, microwave, small appliances, and dishes.
We use disinfectants approved by global health agencies to help prevent the spread of COVID-19
We wore protective equipment, like a mask and gloves, while cleaning
Each room was cleaned using extensive cleaning checklists
Cleaning Supplies On Hand:
We provide extra cleaning supplies, so you can clean as you stay
Every Surface Sanitized:
All high-touch surfaces have been sanitized, such as doorknobs, cabinets, and light switches
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