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The Weather in Rosarito
This is the climate diagram for Rosarito. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. No heat wave is expected in December, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 8° low. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is June.
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Feel the good vibrations at former Hollywood stage set and twenties resort town Rosarito Beach which is always buzzing. Or for a more serene beach experience, head to Rosarito where you can amble down the Boulevard Juarez and take your pick of the restaurants and clubs or grab a beer at one of the beachside bars.
Wonder at the gold-leaf altar in Rosarito's Nuestra Senora church, constructed in 1655, and also nearby Concordia's 18th century baroque church and hand crafted pottery. The town of Copala was founded in 1565, one of Mexico's first mining towns. Have a look at the tiny museum, which is nestled among its terracotta-roofed houses, or take a donkey ride through the streets while the chickens flap to get out of your way.
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Rosarito Butterfly Farm is one of the most popular sights around. You'll be delighted by the migrating monarch butterflies that flutter in a sea of orange. These intrepid travellers voyage all the way from the United States and Canada to the mountains of Mexico, following the sun like many of Mexico's other visitors. These delicate creatures have migrated over two thousand miles under their own power before arriving here.
What to check out in Rosarito
Rosarito actually has several beaches, attracting visitors from across the world and many from the United States. Fun fact: these beaches were the source of the rocks for the Pet Rock collectible craze of the 1970s. Now you can have your very own for free while enjoying the Mexican sunshine.
Cerro el Corone
This mountain ascends 2.300 feet into the air and is one of the symbols of the city. It is crowned by a statue of Jose Maria Morelos, know colloquially as 'the fly' because it is difficult to see at that height. Views from the summit stretch for miles around, creating a strikingly peaceful ambiance.
Museum of Playas de Rosarito
You'll have to hunt a bit for this small museum which has been shrouded somewhat by a new park. Once you find it though, you're in for a fascinating insight into the history of Baja and Rosarito, undiminished for being condensed into this small space.
A winery, art gallery and museum all in one, the atmosphere in La Vid is bright and beautiful, much like the wine. Jorge the proprietor has a comprehensive knowledge of wines from the Guadalupe Valley and it's hard not to share his enthusiasm after a glass.
Come and celebrate Mexico's favourites festivals, from the Day of the Dead to Christmas Markets, at this exciting cultural centre. There's always something exciting going on, whether it's break dancing, visits from children's favourites cartoon characters, or a traditional food market.
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