Enjoy the most beautiful natural attractions, extraordinary places full of history and color. Live an unparalleled experience with your loved ones during your visit to San Quentin.

Baja California is the largest oyster producer in the country, the cultivations are found in the Bay of San Quintín. The process of production takes months, they start out as larvae bought in the region's laboratories, then they are inserted in small shells to initiate their growth, posterior to this they go through a wight gain stage in a tank, then they are taken to mature in the sea and finally are extracted for their sale.

The oysters are distributed in great quantities throughout the whole state and come to be exported national and internationally. Also, at this same site projects aimed towards preserving and growth of the practically extinct mollusk, the abalone.

One of the main activities of economic development of San Quintín are the products of the sea, the biggest oyster cultivation site of the region is situated right in the Falsa Bay (La Ostionera), a place of natural richness.
The Wetlands of the San Quintín Bay refuge more than 400 species, between which are included all types of birds, like de Canada Swan, inside an extensive area that includes a laguna complex for its conservation. The beaches of this bay are home to around 23 species of sea birds, including sea gulls and diving duck.

Birdwatching local and migrating birds that come to this zone is possible. During the winter season, San Quintín becomes a habitat for thousands of Branta swans coming from Alaska and Canada.

This kind of bird characterizes itself by having a white ring on its neck, making it an ecological tourism attraction, every season more tourists arrive here to observe them with a telescope, binoculars and take pictures of these species.
An old flour mill built by an english company during the concessions of colonization on the land of Baja California and operated during the end of the 19th century.

Today there is not much left of the locomotive nor the mill, but in its place you can find a museum that provides visitors with enough information to learn more about the subject. Here you can also enjoy the regional gastronomy a the restaurant El Molino Viejo, as well as its legendary bar for more than 30 years which has been a witness to the region's development.

Location: Bay of San Quintín.

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