- Bedroom 11 King
- Bedroom 21 King
- Bedroom 31 King
- Bedroom 41 King
- Bedroom 51 Queen
Traveling with a boisterous, lovable bunch?
The Endless Summer Villa is perfect for a crowd—whether you’re part of a multigenerational family reunion or a pack of surfers on a getaway (it’s just 45 minutes from downtown San Diego to our front door, and to one of the best surf breaks around). The villa gives you the space to sprawl out, plus all the toys you need to enjoy the Baja coast, which stretches endlessly in front of our home.
Kayaks, surfboards, body boards, stand-up paddle boards (SUPs) — all yours for the trip —are housed in the 3 car garage. The town of Rosarito is 10 minutes away and there’s a grocery store and restaurant just across the street. Or, wander only as far as the complex’s pool, where a local sells fresh fish and ceviche every Saturday. The complex also offers tacos, burritos and drinks in the summer.
What else makes the Endless Summer Villa special?
First, our family of seven—including five kids—uses this home as our own vacation spot, so we’re always checking in to update the decor and make sure everything is in good order. We love this place, and have been coming to Rosarito since we were kids ourselves. The secure complex that houses the villa, called Las Gaviotas, is safe, friendly, and knockout gorgeous, and includes the pool, a hot tub, a tennis court and more.
Endless Summer Villa itself has 5 bedrooms and 3 baths, and each bedroom offers its own perks to ease any room-envy among your group. Unavoidably, the master is pretty special—with its own fireplace, ocean views, and an en suite bathroom—so you may have to flip a coin for that one. But the rest of the rooms feature elements like vibrant colors, fun local-themed artwork, televisions in every room, and high-end furniture, including indestructible wrought iron bedframes from Wesley Allen.
Bright salmon-colored and turquoise Mexican tile work in the bathrooms means there’s not a drab room in the house.
The living spaces all have views of the Pacific and the lofty palm trees that line the coast. The kitchen, living room, and dining room flow into one another to create one big space for your group to fill with its noise, love, laughter and food.
Speaking of food—the kitchen is fully stocked with everything you’d have at home and presents the cook with sweeping views of the ocean. Every day, you’re likely to spot dolphins gliding by out in the ocean, and you may even spot a humpback or grey whale making its way along the coast.
When dinner’s ready to be served, there’s a big dining table for ten indoors, or, take it outside to the ten-seat umbrella-shaded patio with restaurant-level ambiance—we’re confident in saying this space offers one of the best views in Las Gaviotas, featuring a blanket of azure water and a scattering of tall palm trees.
The Endless Summer Villas has seventy positive reviews and counting, and many of our guests come back again and again. We hope you’ll come out and visit us, too. Get in touch today to let us know when you’re coming!
The amenities in Las Gaviotas include an Olympic-size heated swimming pool and spa (overlooking the ocean), beach volleyball and tennis courts. Children of all ages will love the sandy beach and tide pools. A slate patio with incredible views of the surf and sunset surrounds the large heated pool. You can stroll along the surf on our slate walkway, which stretches the length of the community. This is a renowned surfing location with both a right and left reef break great for both beginners and seasoned wave riders.
If fishing is your sport you can fish right here or if you prefer a boat, you can drive 40 minutes south to Ensenada. Charters are available for both sport and deep-sea fishing. You can also head north 15 minutes to the fishing village next to Fox Studios where the local fishermen will take you out in their pongas early in the morning and back by noon. For you golfers we have two golf courses close by. One is 15 minutes north called 'Real Del Mar' or 30 minutes south there is 'Baja Mar.'
The town of Rosarito is a few minutes north where you will find lots of shopping, antiques, art galleries, and excellent restaurants. You can also rent horses and ride on the beach or you can choose to take your four-wheel drive vehicle on the beach ar Rosarito.
Rosarito Beach abounds with Spanish architecture and a coastline comprised of natural cliffs that jut over tide pools teeming with marine life. You can spend all of your time on the beach or in the waves, or take a 45-minute drive to the Guadalupe Valley wine country, which is exploding in popularly thanks to its five-star restaurants helmed by French chefs and tasting vineyards that provide 95 percent of Mexico’s wines.
Also known as Gavs or K 42.5. Las Gaviotas is a mellow, normal A-frame reef break. There are a few peaks along this expansive beach; mostly rights with occasional lefts. Longboards and funboards are ideal here. Consistency is year-round, with the biggest swells during winter months. Las Gaviotas is a private beach within a private and gated neighborhood.