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About Las Palmas

Long a weekend getaway for desert dwellers in Arizona, Rocky Point has fast become a noted vacation spot for people throughout Northern America. In fact many of our owners come from Canada to enjoy the beautiful beaches and low-key lifestyle that pervades this once sleepy little fishing town. Las Palmas reflects this new trend with its splendid architecture, groomed landscaping and family-oriented culture. The gated compound offers 24-hour security, heated pools, Jacuzzis, lighted parking and a spectacular club house with swim-up bar, kid’s pool, exercise room, game room and spa. All of this leads you to our most treasured amenity, a spectacular beach and the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez. Las Palmas was completed in the summer of 2005. The resort consists of twenty 3 and 4 bedroom homes stretched across the front of our beach. Behind the homes is four towers of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom condos.

Las Palmas Beachfront Resort

Finding Las Palmas from Phoenix
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  • Take the I-10 West to the end of town (Buckeye Area)
  • Take Hwy.85 South to Gila Bend (same exit as I-8 to San Diego)
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • You now have roughly 60 more miles until you get there.
From South East Phoenix
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  • 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).
  • Travel about 10 Miles & look for Hwy. 238 West. (Mile Post 175).
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • You now have roughly 60 more miles until you get there.
From Tucson
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  • 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).
  • Take Hwy.86 West for about 2&1/2 hours until you get to a speck of a town called Why.
  • At Why take a left, heading South on Hwy.85 to the border (30 more miles).
  • 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).
  • You now have roughly 60 more miles until you get there.
Las Palmas reflects this new trend with its splendid architecture, groomed landscaping and family-oriented culture. Las Palmas resort amenities include a gated compound, 24-hour security, heated pools, Jacuzzis, lighted parking and a spectacular club house with swim-up bar, kid’s pool, exercise room, game room and spa. All of this leads you to our most treasured amenity, a spectacular beach and the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez. Las Palmas was completed in the summer of 2005. The resort consists of twenty 3 and 4 bedroom homes stretched across the front of our beach. Behind the homes is four towers of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom condos. Get your driving directions to Las Palmas below.

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