Querencia Private Golf & Beach Club

Querencia

About Querencia

Located just 15 minutes from culturally-rich San Jose del Cabo overlooking the Sea of Cortez, Querencia is Cabo’s premiere private residence club. Open only to Querencia Homeowners and their guests, the 300-acre par-72 course was Tom Fazio’s first project in Mexico and remains his only truly private Cabo course to this day. Querencia invites qualified homebuyers to stay on property and sample exclusive amenities. Request an invitation to experience it for yourself today.

Beyond the manicured expanse of the golf course, there’s a vibrant, community-centric lifestyle waiting in Querencia. The gated retreat spans over 1,800 acres of the southern Baja peninsula, including miles of custom hiking and biking trails, six locally-inspired eateries, private spa and fitness facilities, kids and youth clubs and a members-only beach club with direct access to secluded Playa Acapulquito and one of Cabo’s most prized surf breaks. And, centrally located along Cabo’s famed Golden Corridor with direct flights from most major U.S. cities, Querencia is a gateway to adventures of all varieties, including sailing, deep-sea fishing, whale watching, snorkeling, scuba diving and more.

Though closed to casual visitors and destination golfers, Querencia’s unique membership structure extends full privileges to homeowners’ parents, children and grandchildren, creating an opportunity for seamless legacy ownership from generation to generation. With brand-new oceanfront properties, single-family homes, villas and custom homesites available, there are options catered to every discerning buyer.

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