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Discover the magic of VENTANAS A LA PAZ.

Midway between a majestic desert and the calm Sea of Cortez stands VENTANAS A LA PAZ, a gorgeous residential complex with spectacular views and superb facilities. Designed by renowned Barcelona architect Tonet Sunyer, VENTANAS A LA PAZ is a contemporary project that blends in subtly with the environment to create a unique setting within an impressive landscape.

VENTANAS A LA PAZ is conveniently located, just a few miles outside the city. Covering an area of over 80 acres, with 2,300 ft. of beach, the desert surrounding this development is an enormous garden of cactaceae that continues until it reaches a horizon of spectacular mountains. Opposite this landscape stands a beautiful deep blue sea, highlighting the rugged outline of Isla Espíritu Santo. It is an absolutely astonishing place!
Following the lie of the land, the VENTANAS A LA PAZ development blends in subtly with the surroundings. This low density development, with its own nature reserve, will comprise just 120 residences with 2 to 4 bedrooms. All the properties will feature spectacular views, quality finishings and spacious terraces. The development will also have magnificent amenities, such as pools, sports facilities, a spa, club house and more.

The VENTANAS A LA PAZ development was designed to offer all the services of a modern development without affecting the local environment or landscape. For example, all the installations will be underground, while state-of-the-art technology will be used for all the urban utilities, such as a desalination plant to provide all the houses with safe drinking water. We have even designed the street lighting so that you can see the stars at night without any light pollution!

Live in VENTANAS A LA PAZ, contemplate your dreams!

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