San Carlos Nuevo Guaymas

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San Carlos is a beachfront subdivision within the port city of Guaymas, in the northern state of Sonora in Mexico.wikipedia
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San Carlos is a beachfront subdivision within the port city of Guaymas, in the northern state of Sonora in Mexico. When the private investors began the initial works for this development, in support of this vision, the State Congress of Sonora during the governorship of Luis Encinas Johnson issued a declaration establishing the official incorporation of the Township of San Carlos, Nuevo Guaymas, Municipality of Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico, through a Decree published on 28 September 1963, with an endowment of 27.746 square kilometres of privately owned lands located in the Southern portion of the estate Ranch El Baviso. Filled with great presidential traditions, Guaymas is the birthplace of three former Republic of Mexico presidents: Abelardo Rodriguez, Plutarco Elías Calles and Adolfo de la Huerta.
Nearby, San Carlos and its beaches are major tourist attractions.

Sonora

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San Carlos is a beachfront subdivision within the port city of Guaymas, in the northern state of Sonora in Mexico. When the private investors began the initial works for this development, in support of this vision, the State Congress of Sonora during the governorship of Luis Encinas Johnson issued a declaration establishing the official incorporation of the Township of San Carlos, Nuevo Guaymas, Municipality of Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico, through a Decree published on 28 September 1963, with an endowment of 27.746 square kilometres of privately owned lands located in the Southern portion of the estate Ranch El Baviso.
The best known of these are San Carlos, Puerto Peñasco and Bahía Kino.

San Pedro Nolasco Island

Isla San Pedro Nolasco
Sometimes visibility exceeds 200 ft. (61 m) as is often the case at San Pedro Nolasco Island.
It is 4.2 km long by 1 km wide, and lies 15 km from the nearest point of the Mexican coast and about 28 km west of the resort town of San Carlos on the coast of the Sonoran Desert.

Gulf of California

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The waters of the Gulf of California in the San Carlos area offer a multitude of diving opportunities at all skill levels year-round.
Coastal communities are highly reliant on both commercial and sport fishing, including San Felipe, San Carlos, Sonora, Cabo San Lucas, La Paz, Loreto, Guaymas, Bahía Kino, Puerto Peñasco, Topolobampo and Mulegé.

Shore

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San Carlos is a beachfront subdivision within the port city of Guaymas, in the northern state of Sonora in Mexico.

Administrative division

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San Carlos is a beachfront subdivision within the port city of Guaymas, in the northern state of Sonora in Mexico.

Mexico

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San Carlos is a beachfront subdivision within the port city of Guaymas, in the northern state of Sonora in Mexico. Filled with great presidential traditions, Guaymas is the birthplace of three former Republic of Mexico presidents: Abelardo Rodriguez, Plutarco Elías Calles and Adolfo de la Huerta.

RV park

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Given the size of the city, with nearly 7,000 inhabitants, there is a remarkable number of RV parks, resorts and stores.

Resort

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Given the size of the city, with nearly 7,000 inhabitants, there is a remarkable number of RV parks, resorts and stores.

Underwater diving

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There is also a very large and active diving community.

Scuba diving

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There are many opportunities to fish, scuba dive, and relax on the beach.

Mexican Federal Highway 15

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San Carlos is about a six-hour drive from the United States along Mexican interstate Highway 15.

Urban planner

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In the mid-1950s, Mr. Rafael T. Caballero acquired the ranches Los Algodones, San Carlos and El Baviso, contracting the services of City planners who designed the first stages of a gradual and carefully planned tourist development that in time would become one of the first and most important tourist and recreational communities in the State.

Decree

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When the private investors began the initial works for this development, in support of this vision, the State Congress of Sonora during the governorship of Luis Encinas Johnson issued a declaration establishing the official incorporation of the Township of San Carlos, Nuevo Guaymas, Municipality of Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico, through a Decree published on 28 September 1963, with an endowment of 27.746 square kilometres of privately owned lands located in the Southern portion of the estate Ranch El Baviso.

Secretariat of Agrarian Reform (Mexico)

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On 1 July 1976, The Agrarian reform Secretariat, through the Director of Legal Affaires, declared by means of official notification no.

Ejido

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In that same official notice it is recognized that the proprietors of these four estates, voluntarily ceded to the Federal Government part of their lands for the creation of the new center of population and for the formation of the Ejido 13 July, affecting the Northern and the western portions of the estates San Carlos, El Baviso, Los Algodones and El Represo.

Tourism

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In the mid-1950s, Mr. Rafael T. Caballero acquired the ranches Los Algodones, San Carlos and El Baviso, contracting the services of City planners who designed the first stages of a gradual and carefully planned tourist development that in time would become one of the first and most important tourist and recreational communities in the State.

Gazette

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The cited declaration was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation No.

Federation

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The cited declaration was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation No.

President (government title)

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Filled with great presidential traditions, Guaymas is the birthplace of three former Republic of Mexico presidents: Abelardo Rodriguez, Plutarco Elías Calles and Adolfo de la Huerta.

Abelardo L. Rodríguez

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Filled with great presidential traditions, Guaymas is the birthplace of three former Republic of Mexico presidents: Abelardo Rodriguez, Plutarco Elías Calles and Adolfo de la Huerta.

Plutarco Elías Calles

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Filled with great presidential traditions, Guaymas is the birthplace of three former Republic of Mexico presidents: Abelardo Rodriguez, Plutarco Elías Calles and Adolfo de la Huerta.

Adolfo de la Huerta

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Filled with great presidential traditions, Guaymas is the birthplace of three former Republic of Mexico presidents: Abelardo Rodriguez, Plutarco Elías Calles and Adolfo de la Huerta.

Club Med

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The hotel/resorts of Club Med (now closed