BAHIA DE SAN QUINTIN
BAHIA DE SAN QUINTIN

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SEA AND VOLCANOES

About two and a half hours from Ensenada, you'll find this oasis of tranquility. Its landscape is a contrast between the sea and the volcanoes, revealing their diverse geological layers.

This beautiful bay, protected by small extinct volcanoes, offers varied and abundant fishing. Additionally, during autumn, migrating birds make a "stopover" here, making it a great attraction for birdwatchers.

San Quintín is also known for its numerous farms dedicated to growing various types of blackberries, which are open for you to explore and learn about.

Among the interesting sites you can visit are the Old Mill, the Old Pier, and the Old English Cemetery.

If you want to learn more about the history of the area, you can visit the San Quintín Museum "Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo," where exhibits tell the history and traditions of its ancient settlers and the geographical characteristics of this beautiful place. Some fascinating fossils are showcased as well.

There are several lodging options for all budgets, as well as restaurants, RV parks, camping facilities, and a small airstrip.

Bahía de San Quintín

What to See in Bahía de San Quintín

What to Do in Bahía de San Quintín

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN BAHIA DE SAN QUINTIN

Visit the Cave Paintings of Las Pintas

Visit Santo Domingo de la Frontera

Explore the Valley of los Cirios

Explore its beaches Pabellón, Socorro, and San Martín Island.

This interesting island, formed by an extinct volcano, is home to seals and sea lions, as well as various bird species.

Visit Playa de Oro

This beach stands out as a long stretch of sand facing the open sea, perfect for surfing, kayaking, and kiteboarding.

Sport Fishing

If you enjoy fishing, San Quintín is an excellent choice. Here, you can catch yellowfin tuna, albacore, bluefin tuna, mackerel, white seabass, skipjack tuna, rock cod, corvina, and dorado.

Explore extinct volcanoes

The nearby extinct volcanoes like Kento, Riveroll, Ceniza, Suroeste, and Media Luna are ideal for hiking enthusiasts.

Whale Watching

During the winter season, it's an excellent spot for whale watching.

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