About Puerto Los Cabos by Calgary Herald

One word continues to resurface as Brian Lindenberg describes the resort where he and his wife, Maria, have their second home — comfort.
The Calgary couple have a sun-soaked getaway at Club Campestre San Jose in Los Cabos, Mexico.
The 222-hectare, master-planned community is designed around an 18-hole, oceanview golf course. At build-out, the resort will include about 2,000 residences.
"It feels like home," says Brian.
He means that literally. Canucks make up a big part of the resort's population.
"My neighbours in the community are Canadian and my neighbours in the broader community are Canadian," he says.
Canadians are flocking to the region, says Eduardo Sanchez Navarro, chairman of Grupo Questro, developer of Club Campestre San Jose.
The company is also involved in the project's sister development of Puerto Los Cabos, with both located on the tip of Mexico's southern peninsula.
"These (developments) have had great success with Canadians — it's incredible," he says.
Puerto Los Cabos is an 809-hectare, master-planned community set a long more than five kilometres of beachfront.
Much of the Canadian contingent is due to buyers telling their friends about their experience, or hosting them for a vacation, he says.
"They love it — they bring their friends down for a visit and then they buy," says Sanchez Navarro. The area's also a magnet for golfers, he says, adding it's in "the best weather you can imagine."
The scenic greens at Club Campestre is one reason the Lindenbergs made it their second home.
"To see the golf course from your back door and have a membership to the course was a big plus for us," says Brian.
The golf course at Club Campestre was crafted by Nicklaus Design and laid out over 6,966 yards.
Golfers get a glimpse of sand and surf from a course that offers views of both the ocean and the Baja California desert.
The golf experiences at Club Campestre include driving ranges — ideal for practicing your swing or warming up before a game — a full service pro shop and casual dining room with indoor and outdoor seating.
Residents can also stay active on the resort's tennis courts, where they can play against friends or improve their game through classes and clinics.
Apart from golf, the region is a playground for fishermen, says Sanchez Navarro.
"Fishing is really big," he says, adding the waters are populated with Mahi-mahi and Marlin. Los Cabos is known as the Marlin capital of the world.
On days when it's best to sit back, enjoy the weather and take in the eye-catching views, the resort's 32,000 square foot private Beach Club is ideal, says Sanchez Varro.
The beach club features an expansive, infinity-edge pool, along with a wading pool for toddlers.
It also has a Jacuzzi and convenient access to sand for beach volleyball.
For career-minded people like the Lindenbergs, the beach club offers a place to unwind.
"The beach club is a great place to just look out at the ocean ... It's a very serene place," says Brian.
Residences at Club Campestre are divided into nine distinct neighbourhoods. One neighbourhood is called Pueblo Campestre, which overlooks a golf course and offers mountain views of the Sierra de la Laguna.
Homes in this neighbourhood comes in six layouts and start at 1,398 square feet. They range in price from $236,000 to $500,000 US.
They feature spacious roof terraces, viewing towers and open-concept floor plans.
An exclusive enclave called Hacienda Campestre boasts 23 one- and two-level single-family homes located along the southeastern portion of the development.
Homes in this area start at 1,800 square feet and are priced at $377,000, including lot.
In Hacienda Campestre, homes have the option of including maid's quarters, an enclosed garage and a private swimming pool.
More than 70 homes have been constructed, with an additional 50 more currently under construction in Puerto Los Cabos.
Depending on location, homes at that resort range from $195,000 to $5 million.
Project: Club Campestre San Jose and Puerto Los Cabos, two projects by developer Grupo Questro in Los Cabos, Mexico. Each resort boasts an 18-hole golf course.
Developer: Grupo Questro.
Location: Los Cabos is located on the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula.
Prices: Units at Club Campestre start at $236,000 U.S.
Information: For more details on Club Campestre, visitclubcampestresanjose.com. For more about Puerto Los Cabos, visitpuertoloscabos.com
Los Cabos is a municipality in Mexico that encompasses the towns of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas.
It is located at the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula.
The average annual temperature in Los Cabos is a balmy 25.5 C. It has emerged as a popular tourist attraction for visitors from Canada and the U.S.
The area is known for its golf courses, fishing opportunities and water sports.
Grupo Questro is a real estate development corporation with offices in Mexico City and Los Cabos.
It has master planned ecologically-friendly developments since 1985.
Puerto Los Cabos is Grupo Questro's largest investment in a project, with $1 billion US spent on condominiums, commercial development, hotels and other amenities, and $200 million spent on basic infrastructure.
For more information, visit questro.com

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