Ernesto Coppel was instrumental in turning Cabo San Lucas, at the tip of Baja California, into a world-class tourist destination. When he built Quivira, a private golf community one mile from town, he incorporated the same combination of beauty, luxury amenities, and service that marks his resorts.
Setting the tone is the ocean-hugging Quivira Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course lauded as one of the world’s finest when it opened in 2014. Equally impressive are the residences inside the secluded, gated retreat, which are selling faster than projected: Copala is a community of condominiums and homes from $350,000 to $1 million; in Coronado, looking over the ocean and golf course, the single-story, 4,500-square-foot homes are $1.5–2 million; and plans were recently unveiled for top-of-the-line beachfront homes from $5–9 million. Residents have full access to the amenities at the two resorts on property, including a spa, restaurants, beach club, water sports, and miles of trails.
“We don’t just build nice homes,” says Jose Luis Mogollon, Project Director. “We try to deliver a memorable experience when you live here, bringing our residents the same warmth and service we are known for at our hotels. Wherever you go in Quivira, you will feel that you belong here.”