Photo Gallery for Loreto Bay and the Town of LoretoPhoto Galleries for Casa Coburn, Loreto Bay & the Town of LoretoClick on any of the photos to see a larger image. Loreto Bay Photos Less than 100 yards from the front door is the beach. You’ll find lots of life in the Sea of Cortez off the Loreto Bay beach. But please put the starfish back after a photo. Loreto Bay as seen from the top of Nopolo Point. Another pool in Loreto Bay is found just behind the Wine Cellar. Palapas provide a perfect place to relax on the beach. Loreto Bay is filled with beautiful flowers. Along sidewalks in Loreto Bay are numerous gardens filled with flowers. Sunset on the Paseo in Loreto Bay with the moon, Jupiter and Venus in the sky. A seagull sits on a beach palapa. It may be hard to concentrate on putting with the beauty of the Sierra de la Giganta mountains. Beautiful pink orchids along a sidewalk in Loreto Bay. The sidewalk leading to the casa. Pedro hosts a “Fat Tuesday” happy hour outside his deli in Agua Viva and might even entertain. Stroll 100 yards to the beach and enjoy an amazing sunset over the Sierra de la Giganta. Do a little fishing on the Loreto Bay beach as the Sierra de la Giganta mountains loom in the background. Even the manhole covers in Loreto Bay look great. The Loreto Bay golf course weaves through the community along the water. A bird’s nest hanging alongside one of the sidewalks in Loreto Bay. Less than 100 paces away is the lap pool that opened in 2013. The Sea of Cortez Dolphins are a common sight in the Sea of Cortez. A Panamic Cushion Sea Star sits of the floor of the Sea of Cortez. Manta Rays swim in, jump and slap at the Sea of Cortez. The snail inside this conch shell says hello. The Baja mainland as seen from the beach on Coronado Island. You never know what you might see in the waters off Loreto. Spotted Boxfish hiding out along rocks in the Sea of Cortez. A boat off the Loreto Bay coast with Isla Carmen in the background. Panamic Sergeant Majors, a Bradley Sea Star and more. Sunrise behind Carmen Island and Nopolo Point. A Spiny Lobster jumped into my hand. Fresh clams, lime, hot sauce and a cold beer brings pure bliss! The beach on Coronado Island is a popular destination for boats from Loreto. A Bradley Sea Star hiding behind a Stone Scorpionfish. Town of Loreto Photos All you can eat clambake and BBQ at Oasis hotel on Saturday nights. Misión de Nuestra Señora de Loreto Conchó was founded in 1697. Pelicans love to perch on the panga fishing boats in hopes of finding a meal. Fig trees form an archway over a cobblestone street in town. When walking along the malecon, you’ll often see crabs on the rocks. A decoration on the sidewalk in Loreto. All you can eat made to order pizza at the Mezquite Grill inside La Mision hotel on Thursday nights. If you like traditional Mexican fare, you’ll find it at La Palapa. Mariachis entertain diners at La Palapa. A blue footed booby looks out at the Sea of Cortez. There is often activity on the plaza in front of the Loreto municipal building. A tasty dinner at Domingos Place. A beautiful sunset reflecting off the front windows of Mike’s bar. A statue of seals in the Loreto marina. Thirsty? It isn’t difficult to find a refreshing margarita in Loreto! Camarones diavolo with vegetables and rice at Domingos Place. Tasty tostadas at Orlando’s Mexican Cocina. Cows make sure the grass in the medians doesn’t need mowing. Just outside of the marina is this colorful sign letting everyone know you are in Loreto! Clams are a local specialty and are found on menus at most restaurants.