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Kino Bay

Hermosillo

Although Seris or Comcáac natives, as they called themselves, inhabited since ancient times the beautiful Gulf of California bay, 107 kilometers from Hermosillo, the place was baptized in Eusebio Francisco Kino’s honor, Jesuit priest who came to the place in evangelizing mission in the seventeenth century.

A community of fishermen settled in the Bahía de Kino in 1930, founding what is now known as Kino Viejo, where you have to stroll along its picturesque pier.

Later emerged the area called Kino Nuevo, the most touristy with hotels and restaurants. Beaches that open to the Sea of ​​Cortés are Hermosillo residents’ favorites for resting and recreating.

There you can go scuba diving, fishing, kayaking, swimming, sandboarding or riding a bike.
Although Seris or Comcáac natives, as they called themselves, inhabited since ancient times the beautiful Gulf of California bay, 107 kilometers from Hermosillo, the place was baptized in Eusebio Francisco Kino’s honor, Jesuit priest who came to the place in evangelizing mission in the seventeenth century.

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A community of fishermen settled in the Bahía de Kino in 1930, founding what is now known as Kino Viejo, where you have to stroll along its picturesque pier.

Later emerged the area called Kino Nuevo, the most touristy with hotels and restaurants. Beaches that open to the Sea of ​​Cortés are Hermosillo residents’ favorites for resting and recreating.

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