Baja California Sur is the southern part of the Baja California Peninsula, located in the northwest of Mexico. With a territory of 73,909 km2, it is about 750 km long and averages about 100 km wide.
The main geological feature of the state is its coastline which measures 2230 km, making it Mexico’s longest with 22% of the total. It also has the most islands, mostly in the Gulf of California. There are three in the Pacific, Natividad, Magdalena and Santa Margarita (the largest).


La Ventana / El Sargento is a quiet town located only 30 minute drive south of the City of La Paz. A kind and friendly community facing a splendid view to the Sea of Cortes and Cerralvo Island*. This place was discovered not long ago mainly by kiteboarding and windsurfing aficionados.

Ever since, this place is becoming one top destination for watersports and tranquil living. Various adventure sports and outdoor activities can be practiced in this magnificent destination for the adventurous traveler.


QB® ECOCLUB is an Eco Hotel and residential community with magnificent views of the Sea of Cortés.
We promote sustainable travel, adventure sports and nature conservation.

QB® ECOCLUB offers a wide array of activities such as kitesurfing, windsurfing, kayaking, stand-up-paddle, scuba diving, fishing, mountain biking and many others.


THE KITER AT QB® was thought for the Baja traveler with an adventurous spirit. For those looking for the simplest but richest experiences in life. For those who appreciate all things money can’t buy we created

this special glamping place, which is a more comfortable way of camping.


Blending with the desserts’ landscape and facing the Sea of Cortes The Explorer at QB® provides a fascinating experience. At The Explorer, we want you to feel at ease with the natural environment.

Discover this setting where peace and adventure coexist in order to make a memorable experience.


QB Nature Conservancy Fund collects donations from private donors and our artist’s workshop proceedings to help the community of El Sargento and La Ventana in various conservation and awareness programs such as waste control, education to reduce and separate waste for recycling, reducing water consumption and caring for endemic species.