Top 6 Places To Snap A Photo At Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto
During your vacation in Loreto, Mexico, you’ll be spending your days paddleboarding, swimming in the pool, and strolling along the beach, but as you explore the area, don’t forget to take some fabulous photos to capture your memories and the beauty of the natural environment. No matter where you look, you’ll see picturesque scenery, and on your different excursions, you’ll want to take plenty of pictures. Throughout your vacation at Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto, be sure to check out these six spots to capture postcard-worthy photos.
1. The Blue Chairs
When you’re hiking around the resort, you might be surprised to come across these blue chairs overlooking Danzante Bay. As you sit here, you’ll feel like you’re on your own private beach, a thousand miles from the rest of the world. Snap a photo of you sitting in these chairs to capture the peaceful tranquility of Loreto Mexico, and then allow yourself to simply soak up the peaceful breeze and views.
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2. Tropical Hammock
At Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto, there’s a million ways to relax the day away, and there’s no better spot to soak up the ocean breeze and the sound of the waves than in a hammock under the shade of palms. Grab a good book, and get cozy. A picture of you laying or sitting in the hammock will instantly take you back to this moment, inspiring you to always slow down and enjoy the simple pleasures in life.
3. Your Suite’s Balcony
When you stay at Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto, you’ll wake up to an unbelievable view of the ocean or golf course, making it tempting to stay in bed all day. From the balcony of your sumptuous suite, snap a photo of the sun rising over the Islands of Loreto. It’s also the perfect spot for a picture of you with a sweeping backdrop before you head out to see all that Loreto has to offer.
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4. The Beaches of Loreto
The sandy beaches are the main attraction of Loreto Mexico, and you’ll always want pictures of them to look back on over the years. The beach in front of Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto is one of the most picturesque spots, but to capture more variety, further explore the shores of Ensenada Blanca and you’ll discover mini coves and small beaches where you can take a photo with the resort in the background. For pictures to hang in your house or put in a Christmas card, consider hiring a professional photographer to get the best shots of your family on the beach.
5. Sierra La Giganta Mountains
While you could stare out at the ocean all day, there’s more to discover when you turn around and head into the Sierra La Giganta Mountains. Explore the canyons and cliffs while hiking, ATVing, or mountain biking. Capture photos of the local flora and fauna or of the views from the top of the rolling hills.
6. The 17th Hole of TPC Danzante Bay
One of the most incredible views in all of Loreto Mexico is at the 17th hole of TPC Danzante Bay. When the legendary architect Rees Jones designed the golf course, he had plenty of untouched landscape to build into. While protecting the plant life in the area, he designed a course that’s naturally challenging and picturesque. However, there’s no spot quite like the 17th hole, perched atop a cliff overlooking the ocean. After playing through 16 holes, take a break to snap some incredible shots.
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Together, these different spots capture the beauty and diversity of Loreto Mexico, and rather than simply keeping them on your phone or camera when you get home, print some off to decorate your home and fill a scrapbook. This way, you’ll always be able to take a quick mental vacation to paradise.