Living in Los Barriles (Video)

There are sooo many beaches in Mexico. And they are all different in their topography, their vibe, their amenities and even their climates

For many people, living in beach towns like Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Los Cabos and such seem to be too busy and noisy.

So what is a good place in Mexico for those who want the beach town vibe along with peace and quiet?

I think you’ll love Los Barriles.

Living in Los Barriles is about as quiet and peaceful as it can get on one of Mexico’s most beautiful beaches. ​​Learn through this video what living here is like

  • Which shopping options you’ll have
  • W​hat medical options you have living in Los Barriles
  • What the town looks like
  • ​How to get around this area of Mexico
  • and more!

I truly think this is a great town if you love the idea of living on the beach, but want to avoid the crowds. Without being too isolated from everything and everyone.

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Mariana Lange

Mariana Lima-Lange was born in Mexico and immigrated to the U.S. when she was a child. She spent every summer visiting family throughout Mexico and is very knowledgeable about Mexican culture, lifestyle, and traditions. She is fluent in both Spanish and English.

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  1. Anthony Vicardo says

    Hello Mariana,

    Do you offer private consultation via WhatsApp or other similar program? Or actual face to face if you are located in Southern California?

    I have my Residente Permanente but no actual residence address since I only own a vacant lot at Baja Mar Country Club in Ensenada. Which is how I obtained my Residente Permanente card from the Immigration Department in Ensenada.

    Bank accounts, Mexican Driver License and to purchase a car in Mexico has been a challenge. Also, finding an attorney, especially to change my current Bank Trust who holds title to my lot at Baja Mar (to a more accessible Bank).

    Also, some general discussion about considering other locations for obtaining a legal address, drivers license, etc.

    I am well into retirement age, so a good long term rental would be ideal, unless I find a future care taker (if ever needed) to whom and if warranted I can leave my Mexican Estate to (if I choose to buy/own another property.

    Let me how and we can discuss some of these issues and your fees for your time, referrals and some research, if required?

    • Mariana Lange says

      Hi Anthony!
      I don’t offer phone consultations but I can assure you that all of this information is in the online guide along with my recommendations for the contacts you are inquiring about
      Check out what’s included in the guide
      Mexicorelocationguide.com/guide/

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