From these K38 rental properties, you can't get any closer to the ocean, beach, or surf at K38. Many of these beach rental homes are about 10 yards away from the high tide line.
Equally important to the excellent location, is the price. These K38 beach rentals cost about half of what the nearby hotels and other condos are charging.
All K38 beach rentals can be reserved by calling or emailing. Our busiest times are weekends and when there is surf. So during these times it is recommended to reserve a beach rental here home early, year round,... no kidding.
At the K38 Surf Shop, you can sign up for surf lessons with the surf shop owner Jacinto. His well stocked surf shop is walking distance to all the surf breaks.
Why is K38 is Called K38?
K38 is known as K38 because the road today, known as the free road, was the first road to give surfers driving access to the surf at K38. This old road had the kilometer 38 sign that clearly marked the location of this now famous surf spot.
Well before the construction boom here in Baja, over-nighting at K38 meant that you slept in a tent on the bluff overlooking the surf break. The ground was rocky, there were no showers, but the surf was great, of course.
Driving Directions to K38
K38 is located in Baja California, Mexico, about 1 hour driving south of the San Diego and Tijuana international border.
To get to K38, drive on the Toll Road from Tijuana.
At the south end of Rosarito, take the free road at the exit marked Calafia, Las Rocas, La Paloma, Popotla.
Drive on the free road for about 15 minutes passing Calafia.