The Village's Port Of Call

Centrally located within Costa Palmas, the Marina Village is the backdrop to the many adventures at sea. It’s the heart of the community and it beats from dawn to dusk, even into the early hours of the next morning. It’s the perfect place to enjoy an evening stroll and watch the lights on boats and yachts twinkle off the water, or to catch up with friends for a sundowner. And, if you desire, to sail off in search of adventure. A place where world-class yachts, sailboats, and fishermen enjoy the Baja lifestyle, Marina Village is a picturesque and lively destination. Dotted with elegant boutiques, a selection of signature and casual dining venues, an outdoor lounge area, a nightclub, and waterfront gathering spaces, it is a vibrant hub of activity that perfectly complements the energy of the East Cape.

Phase 1 of the Costa Palmas Marina Village will begin to welcome guests with a signature restaurant and select retail stores in Fall 2021, with more to come.

Casa Blake, Costa Palmas

Logo: Casa Blake, Costa Palmas

The first ownership offering in the Marina Village

In the heart of the new Marina Village at Costa Palmas, Casa Blake will be a home of inspired design, casual glamor and playful sophistication on the sea of dreams.

Ownership brings you into the Costa Palmas community, where you’ll connect to the many pleasures to be found across our 1,000 acres and 3km of swimmable beaches.

(register for more info)

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Mozza Baja

Logo: Mozza Baja

World Class Dining with an East Cape Twist

Situated along the courtyard of the Marina Village, Mozza offers a contemporary and eclectic setting with stunning views of the marina. Diners are invited to cluster around the wood-fired pizza oven, to take a seat at the bar counter or outdoor lounge, or to enjoy the private dining room to experience Nancy’s signature creations.

For reservations, visit mozzabaja.com

Casena

Logo: Casena

Coffee and Culture

Casena was the family name of one of the first settlers to set foot on this peninsula—an Italian who went to “the end of the road” and ended up in Baja. Inspired by the history and a name reflecting a sense of discovery, Casena is the first retail experience in the Costa Palmas Marina Village.  While Casena is Italian by name and serves coffee as fine as any you’ll find in Florence, this colorful open-air shop is distinctly, proudly, Mexican.

The people of Mexico are known for being passionate makers, and Casena’s carefully curated wares are examples of modern Mexican craft at its very finest: stylish home goods and apparel sourced from artisans and designers from all over Mexico. Explore the curated collection of pantry staples and other essentials or simply sit and take in the vibrant Marina Village while enjoying fresh-baked bread and a latte made from Mexico’s best beans. Al fresco, of course.

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The Village Set on a Sea of Dreams

The gateway into the seemingly endless and ever-so-inviting waters of the Sea of Cortéz, Costa Palmas Marina is where you can experience the thrill of watching a sleek water vessel heading out for exploration, and the anticipation of welcoming back fishing enthusiasts from their adventures. Once completed, this semi-private, full-service port will accommodate more than 200 motor yachts, sailboats and fishing vessels—and frame the edge of the village to perfection.