Directions to Rocky Point (Puerto Penasco) Mexico and the Properties!

So you are getting ready for your trip and it is time to start finding directions to those specific resorts or hotels in Rocky Point (Puerto Penasco). 

Before we start with directions, you can download our detailed town map which shows the location of different restaurants.  We try to keep this map up to date but businesses change constantly in Rocky Point.  To download our map with restaurants  click here.

The map below provides directions from different regions of the Wester United States. 
 

  

Phoenix

1. Take the I-10 West to the end of town (Buckeye Area)

2. Take Hwy.85 South to Gila Bend (same exit as I-8 to San Diego)

3. At the end of Gila Bend you will see a Mc Donald's, right before the Mc Donald's turn on to the continuation of Hwy.85 South (90 more minutes until the border).

4. Follow Hwy.85 straight through into Mexico.  You will have 2 turns to make into the town of Sonoyta.  Just follow the signs overhead that point to Pto. Peñasco (that is Puerto Peñasco abbreviated).

5. You now have roughly 60 more miles until you get there. 

 

 

 

Phoenix South East Valley

1. Take I-10 East to Maricopa Rd. If you miss it Queen Creek Rd Hwy.347 will do (they end up the same road.) Head South on Maricopa (347).

2.  Travel about 10 Miles & look for Hwy. 238 West.  (Mile Post 175).

3.  Travel West on Hwy. 238 for about an hour until you get to Hwy. 85 outside of Gila Bend.  Turn left heading West into Gila Bend.

4. At the end of Gila Bend you will see a Mc Donald's, right before the Mc Donald's turn on to the continuation of Hwy.85 South (90 more minutes until the border).

5. Follow Hwy.85 straight through into Mexico.  You will have 2 turns to make into the town of Sonoyta.  Just follow the signs overhead that point to Pto. Peñasco (that is Puerto Peñasco abbreviated).

6. You now have roughly 60 more miles until you get there.

 

Tucson

1. Take the I-10 to I-19 South.  You will only be on I-19 for about a mile, then exit onto Ajo highway (also known as Hwy.86).

2. Take Hwy.86 West for about 2&1/2 hours until  you get to a speck of a town called Why.

3. At Why take a left, heading South on Hwy.85 to the border (30 more miles)

4. Follow Hwy.85 straight through into Mexico.  You will have 2 turns to make into the town of Sonoyta.  Just follow the signs overhead that point to Pto. Peñasco (that is Puerto Peñasco abbreviated).

5. You now have roughly 60 more miles until you get there. 

 

 

Tucson NORTH

1. Take the I-10 West to I-8 (a little before Casa Grand.)

2. Take I-8 West to Gila Bend, take the 2nd exit and turn Left on Hwy. 85 South. (or right for Gila Bend)

3. Follow Hwy.85 straight through into Mexico. 90 more minutes.

4. You will have 2 turns to make into the town of Sonoyta.  Just follow the signs overhead that point to Pto.   Peñasco (that is Puerto Peñasco abbreviated).

5. You now have roughly 60 more miles until you get there.

 

 

San Diego (Southern California / Yuma)

  1. Take the I-8 to Gila Bend.
  2. You will just barely enter Gila Bend and take a left directly after the McDonalds onto Hwy. 85
  3. Follow Hwy.85 straight through into Mexico. 90 more minutes.

  4. You will have 2 turns to make into the town of Sonoyta.  Just follow the signs overhead that point to Pto.   Peñasco (that is Puerto Peñasco abbreviated).

  5. You now have roughly 60 more miles until you get there.

     

 

ALTERNATE ROUTE FROM YUMA INTO MEXICO AND ONTO PENASCO

If you're coming from the west and going through Yuma anyway, you can also cut down from Yuma, cross the border, and take another route which involves more driving in Mexico. From Yuma, take the 95 south through Somerton to San Luis at the border. Cross into Sonora, hit the 2 and go east until you hit the 8 in Sonoyta, and then continue down to Penasco on the 8. This route takes you around the north tip of Pinacate and through some other volcanic/mountain formations. 



From Rocky Point

Kms.

Miles

Ajo, AZ

151

94

Caborca, Son

173

108

Hermosillo, Son

434

270

Lukeville

109

68

Mexicali, B.C.

366

227

Nogales, Son

473

294

Phonix, AZ

345

212

San Luis R.C. Son

306

190

Sonoyta, Son

106

66

Tucson, AZ

345

212

Yuma, AZ

436

271

 

 

Directions to the Properties!

 Directions to each of the resorts down in Rocky Point (Puerto Penasco).  We hope that this makes it easier for you to find the resorts. 

 
For Sonoran Sea
Just before entering Rocky Point, you will come to the first traffic light. Turn right at the light. The street will be paved all the way to Sonoran Resorts. Follow the circle around to the next right. Turn right and follow the road through the arch that says "Costa Diamante". Palm trees line the road to Sonoran Resorts. Follow the signs. When the paved road ends, turn left onto the brick road, which leads to the entrance gate of Sonoran Spa and Sonoran Sea Resorts.

For Sonoran Spa
Just before entering Rocky Point, you will come to the first traffic light. Turn right at the light. The street will be paved all the way to Sonoran Resorts. Follow the circle around to the next right. Turn right and follow the road through the arch that says "Costa Diamante". Palm trees line the road to Sonoran Resorts. Follow the signs. When the paved road ends, turn left onto the brick road, which leads to the entrance gate of Sonoran Spa and Sonoran Sea Resorts.

For Bella Sirena
When you get to Rocky Point, turn right at the first stoplight. This is the Samuel Ocaña Avenue, keep on this road past the railroad tracks, after the railroad tracks there's no more homes, so this is an indicator you turned at the right street, keep going past the circle K, you'll see an arch welcoming you to Sandy Beach Resorts. Keep going down that road, past the golf course. You'll find the Bella Sirena.

For Casa Blanca and Princesa
When you get to Rocky Point, turn right at the first stoplight. This is the Samuel Ocaña Avenue, keep on this road past the railroad tracks, after the railroad tracks there's no more homes, so this is an indicator you turned at the right street, keep going past the circle K, you'll see an arch welcoming you to Sandy Beach Resorts. Keep going down that road, past the golf course. You'll find the entrance to Casa Blanca, Casa Blanca and Princesa are right next to each other, so when you enter the street to Casa Blanca you'll see the entrance to Princesa, There's an exit from princesa visible trough the road, but it has some spikes on the ground, so to avoid tire damage you need to enter trough Casa Blanca.

For Pinacate
Upon arriving at Rocky Point, you stay on the main road, this will become Benito Juarez Avenue, keep heading on that street and at the 5th stoplight you take a right turn at calle 13. You'll know this stoplight because it's the only one that has an overhead pedestrian crossing bridge. Once you're at 13th street you have to keep going untill the end of the street which will make a slight turn as it takes you into Pinacate. It's about 6 to 8 blocks, past a sushi restaurant, and you can't miss the Pinacate resort.

For Las Gaviotas
Upon arriving at Rocky Point, you stay on the main road, this will become Benito Juarez Avenue, keep heading on that street and at the 5th stoplight you take a right turn at calle 13. You'll know this stoplight because it's the only one that has an overhead pedestrian crossing bridge. Once you're at 13th street you have to keep going untill you arrive at the sushi restaurant (it's on your right in the corner), turn right and head about 1 1/2 blocks untill you see an orange and blue building. Turn left and you will see Las Gaviotas.  They are the white resort about 300 yards down the road
.

 

For Playa Bonita
Playa Bonita is located on Sandy Beach. As you end your drive from the border, turn right at the second street light. That street is called Calle 26 or Street 26 or No Reeleccion. Follow that street straight until you pass the railroad tracks. Shortly after, you will arrive at a round-about section.  You will drive along the golf course until you see Playa Bonita and Laso Mar on the horizon.  After the round-about, it will be your first option to turn left as you look out into the ocean during the drive.  After you turn left, here is a big entrance for Playa Bonita and Laos Mar.

For Laos Mar
Laos Mar is located on Sandy Beach. As you end your drive from the border, turn right at the second street light. That street is called Calle 26 or Street 26 or No Reeleccion. Follow that street straight until you pass the railroad tracks. Shortly after, you will arrive at a round-about section.  You will drive along the golf course until you see Playa Bonita and Laso Mar on the horizon.  After the round-about, it will be your first option to turn left as you look out into the ocean during the drive.  After you turn left, here is a big entrance for Playa Bonita and Laos Mar.


For Penasco Del Sol Hotel
Peñasco del Sol is located at Paseo Las Glorias #1, Colonia Antigua Explanad (Puerto Peñasco, Sonora 33550).

Upon arriving at Rocky Point, you stay on the main road, this will become Benito Juarez Avenue, keep heading on that street and at the 5th stoplight you take a right turn at calle 13. You'll know this stoplight because it's the only one that has an overhead pedestrian crossing bridge. Once you're at 13th street you have to keep going untill the end of the street which will make a slight turn as it takes you into Peñasco del Sol. It's about 6 to 8 blocks, past a sushi restaurant, and you can't miss the Peñasco del Sol Hotel. 

 


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