Puertecitos

In 1536, Hernando de Alarcón gave the name "Santa Catalina" to what is today the San Felipe peninsula.

Located 90 kilometers south of San Felipe, in the Mexican state of Baja California.

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In 1536, Hernando de Alarcón gave the name "Santa Catalina" to what is today the San Felipe peninsula.

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In 1536, Hernando de Alarcón gave the name "Santa Catalina" to what is today the San Felipe peninsula.

San Felipe, Baja California

Coastal city in San Felipe Municipality, Baja California, located on the Gulf of California.

Coastal city in San Felipe Municipality, Baja California, located on the Gulf of California.

In 1536, Hernando de Alarcón gave the name "Santa Catalina" to what is today the San Felipe peninsula.
View of San Felipe from across the Bay of San Felipe, on the Gulf of California.
The Arcos de San Felipe.
Tourists at a beach in San Felipe.
Beach in San Felipe.

Another visitor attraction are the hot, sulfurous, geothermal springs at Puertecitos on the Sea of Cortez, cooled somewhat by sea water.

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Puertecitos

Ensenada Municipality

Fourth-largest municipality in Mexico with a land area of 19526.8 km2 in 2020, about the same size as Hidalgo state and larger than five Mexican states.

Fourth-largest municipality in Mexico with a land area of 19526.8 km2 in 2020, about the same size as Hidalgo state and larger than five Mexican states.

Administrative divisions of Ensenada Municipality.

15) Puertecitos

Road markings south of the dip with the vado to the north beyond on Fed. 5.{{Clarify|what is on Fed. 5, road marking or the vado|date=January 2018}}

Mexican Federal Highway 5

Federal Highway 5 (Carretera Federal 5, '''Fed.

Federal Highway 5 (Carretera Federal 5, '''Fed.

Road markings south of the dip with the vado to the north beyond on Fed. 5.{{Clarify|what is on Fed. 5, road marking or the vado|date=January 2018}}
The markings on the other side of the road with only the mountains to the north in the background

However, a state highway from San Felipe to Puertecitos (Ensenada Municipality) is usually considered part of Fed.

San Felipe Municipality, Baja California

Newest municipality in the Mexican state of Baja California.

Newest municipality in the Mexican state of Baja California.

Picacho del Diablo, the highest point in Baja California, in the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir
Flora on the east side of the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir
View of the San Felipe Desert and the Gulf of California from the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir

After citizens demanded the creation of a new municipality for many years, the Congress of Baja California approved the creation of the municipality of San Felipe from territories previously part of the delegacíon of San Felipe in the municipality of Mexicali, and the delegacíon of Puertecitos in the municipality of Ensenada.