This is a modern, spotlessly clean, enclosed mini compound consisting of a main building and an in-law suit (bedroom and bathroom) connected by a manicured palm garden. The main building has a terrace looking out to the Pacific Ocean--about half a mile way (maybe less)--and a delightful shaded roof top which is perfect to watch the sunset. The kitchen does not have a dishwasher, but is otherwise fully equipped. Additionally, there's a little gas grill on the terrace that we used quite a bit. Amenities that are not listed in the owners' faithful description include US-size washer and drier and the supply of lots of beach towels and large jugs of water (5 gallon bottles, I think) courtesy of the owners. The owners--friendly American expats--were extremely responsive in immediately fixing a plumbing problem that we may have unwittingly caused ourselves. The property is about a couple of miles north the village of Todos Santos, just off a paved road in what felt like a very safe area. You may want to keep in mind that vacation rentals farther up the coast are only reachable through a bumpy dirt road. Todos Santos is a charming sizable village somewhat overrun by Americans. But it has its pluses--good food at very reasonable prices, for example, and some genuine arts and crafts. Todos Santos also offers a "native" experience like the opportunity to buy fresh fish directly from the fishermen on the the beach at nearby Punta Lobos. And the weather was unbelievable--warm enough to swim at Christmas.... We stayed 8 days, which was probably a bit much. In retrospect, we could have split our time between Todos Santos, on the Pacific, and some location on the Gulf of California.