Why Should You Stay In Santo Tomas For Fall Break?

Are you looking for a new way to spend your Fall break? Forget the overcrowded, dirty and dangerous tourist spots and enjoy quality time connecting with your friends or family in our tropical paradise. Santo Tomas, Puerto Penasco in Sonora Mexico offers couples, families, and groups of friends picture-perfect private beaches and loads of activities in at a beautiful and safe location.


Enjoy everything we have to offer.

Our gated seaside community is nestled along the coast of the Sea of Cortez and has over two miles of private beaches for you to explore. Whether you want to spend a quiet morning laying back with a book on the beach or are seeking out something a little more active, you can do it all at Santo Tomas. Cool off with a dip in the crystal clear water, try your hand at paddle boarding, or even have the once in a lifetime experience of kayaking through a pod of friendly dolphins.


All Rocky Point Has to Offer, Without the Crowds.

Santo Tomas feels secluded but is close to most of the best attraction in Sonora. No getaway to Sonora is complete without exploring the otherworldly landscape of the Sonoran Deserts, the Sea of Cortez or feeling the adrenaline rush of riding the zipline high above the desert at Rocky Point Ziplines. Anyone who loves tequila can’t leave town without a tour of the tequila factory at Manny’s Tequila Factory where you can see how the famous Mexican spirit is produced and sample differently flavored tequilas.


Your Own Private Beach.

Being only a short drive away from Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point) you enjoy all the city has to offer, and get to return to your own private beach.  You have a range of private rental homes to choose from at Santo Tomas. Choose a smaller home for an intimate vacation or a house which can accommodate up to 10 people for a larger get-together. Call 480-205-3573  for more information.

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