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Real Estate and Resort Properties in Los Cabos

Snell Real Estate exlusively represents several master-planned communities within Los Cabos. As the best of the best, Villas Del Mar, Palmilla, Espiritu Del Mar and Oasis Palmilla feature everything from oceanfront homes to mountainside living with ocean, golf or mountain views.


Palmilla is a 900-acre community that features the 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, the Palmilla Tennis Club and the famous One&Only Palmilla resort, which was built in 1957 and still is one of the finest resorts in all of Baja. Located four miles west of downtown San José, this prestigious development offers oceanfront, ocean view and golf-view communities in Los Cabos with custom home sites as well as four mid-range and high-end villa communities and two exclusive ocean view communities.

Villas Del Mar

One of the finest communities in Los Cabos is located within the gates of Palmilla. Villas Del Mar is an oceanfront and ocean view community that offers the finest in amenities, worry-free ownership and more. Luxurious oceanfront and ocean view villas meet mountainside casitas and oceanfront custom home sites in this perfect luxury real estate property in Mexico.

Espiritu Del Mar

Espiritu Del Mar, Del Mar Development's newest creation, is a luxurious Mexican Village nestled into a natural hillside. This spectacular community features breathtaking vistas, overlooks and natural desert arroyos that have been strategically integrated into this unique 75-acre setting. Experience 28 acres of winding pedestrian pathways and make your home in the Las Casitas or Las Terrazas ranging in size from 3,700 to more than 4,000 sq. ft.


Oasis Palmilla

Oasis Palmilla is yet another masterpiece created by Del Mar Development, the creators of the world renowned Villas Del Mar. Oasis Palmilla is a "Mexican Coastal Ranch" community comprised of 40 custom Baja properties which blend a plethora of features, such as enhanced native desert landscapes and soft surface trails, along with building design guidelines which promote intimate landscaped courtyards, wide roof overhangs, traditional decorative Mexican tile and native stone to create the coastal ranch architectural theme.