Even though the arid California desert made adaptation difficult, vestiges found there indicate that this area has been inhabited by man since 10,000 a.c.
The La Paz area is traversed by the Coromuel winds. Considered a great event during summer sunsets, the name of these winds comes from the pirate Cromwell who, thanks to the currents of the same name, arrived in La Paz Bay.
Port Banús, near Marbella, is the most elegant marina on the Spanish coast, where boats varying in design and size are proof of wealth and fame. The impressive yachts of Saudi Arabian princes, European nobility and entertainers, anchor here.
Morocco is one of the most exotic, welcoming countries in Africa. Its cuisine, color, hospitality and climate also make it one of the most fascinating tourist destinations.
Prior to the arrival of the Spanish, in 1530, Acapulco, which means “the place where the reeds were destroyed,” was a fishing village. Once the conquistadors settled here, it became a galleon-building center.
Acapulco’s city government promotes and protects your investment both in the areas of tourism and real estate development, offers tax incentives and discounts that include up to 70 percent of the cost of building permits, acquisition taxes, real estate taxes and other incentives that assure the investor the government’s solid support.