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Copala at Quivira Los Cabos, Mexico


Quivira, one of Mexico's premier luxury residential resort communities featuring more than three miles of pristine Baja Peninsula golden beaches, picturesque desert cliffs and panoramic ocean views, is progressing quickly on an exciting new deluxe golf and resort community called Copala. 

Situated next to the spectacular new Jack Nicklaus-designed Signature Golf Course, Copala is a full-time home and condominium community that fans out in the mountain foothills at Quivira Los Cabos and takes advantage of the dramatic site's panoramic ocean views, white sandy beaches and sheer rocky cliffs. This ocean-view, master-planned development will showcase luxurious 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom condominiums, the Nicklaus-designed championship course, and full access to adjacent restaurants and award-winning spas. According to the developer, renowned resort developer Ernesto Coppel, Copala Residences and Condominiums at Quivira Los Cabos captures the "timeless charm and Cabo flair of casual elegance with unmatched quality and superb service." Taking advantage of its elevated position along the foothills of gently rolling desert bluffs, Copala offers the rare opportunity to reside in style in a community with panoramic views of the place where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortes. Also in view is the historic Old Lighthouse at Land's End, the region's oldest standing structure, along three magnificent miles of pristine beaches. Part of a full-service resort community, Copala will offer an array of hospitality and activity amenities, including a beachfront clubhouse, spas, restaurants, natural conservation areas, walking/hiking trails, gardens and golf as part of the overall 1,850-acre master-planned Quivira. "Our team has worked with the canvas Mother Nature provided to create what we hope is one of the most spectacular courses in the world," Nicklaus said of Quivira, a 7,319-yard, par-72 layout. "This property afforded us a rare opportunity because of its topographic diversity and natural environment." The new Nicklaus course features more oceanfront holes than any other development on the Baja Peninsula, highlighted by a dazzling array of windswept dunes, sheer cliffs and desert foothills.

Copala's first home was completed last December, and the community's first apartment building was scheduled to be finished in April. At full completion, Copala will feature 85 houses and seven 6-floor buildings, each with 36 apartments, including 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom units. In addition to the Quivira Beach Club, the development will also offer its own clubhouse.

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