What remains of the Santa Maria mission somewhere between bay of LA and Cataviña. Constructed of coconut husk, rocks, mud and just a few pieces of hard wood it's amazing how long these walls have stood. Mission Santa Maria was the last of the missions established (1767) by the jesuits in Baja. The site was chosen strategically Within striking distance to Gonzaga bay and is surrounded by pristine crystal clear watering holes in the valley behind. Perfect for skinny dipping.