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QUIET ATMOSPHERE AND BEAUTIFUL BEACHES

The state’s largest city and the capital, La Paz lies on a deep inlet off the Sea of Cortez and has preserved a sort of “old Baja” atmosphere. Some even call it the “most Mexican” city in the peninsula. La Paz is great for shopping, as well as sightseeing. Enjoy the colorful shops where you can let your imagination run wild and get virtually anything from everywhere in the world. Visit the Main Square and Velasco Garden, with its pink quartz gazebo, tile walkways and 19th century Cathedral, where the old meets the new in colorful harmony. You will admire buildings from the early 1900s, but you will not be far from all the best nature has to offer. Stunning beaches, gleaming with white sands and clear waters, and even a few deserted islands you will be thrilled to explore, are just fifteen miles from the town. At Puerto Balandra, a small bay, you can also enjoy beautiful beaches.

Near La Paz, there are several beaches characterized by their white sand and crystal clear waters. Additionally, there are deserted islands with unique flora and fauna.

This city is tucked into a protective cove off the Sea of Cortez known as the "Aquarium of the World" by the famous oceanographer Jacques Cousteau. It is one of the most diverse and rich ecosystems, a true oasis of biodiversity, hosting over 30% of the world's marine mammal species, more than 700 fish species, and endless coastlines.

From marine expeditions to swim with sea lions to beautiful white-sand beaches and turquoise waters, and the magic of the desert, La Paz has it all for those seeking a top-notch destination with unique experiences. Take a leisurely stroll along the narrow streets or the 5-km-long Malecón, adorned with 13 sculptures that tell the city's relationship with the sea. Along the Malecón, you'll find various restaurants where you can enjoy delicious seafood dishes or witness breathtaking sunsets while indulging in ice cream. It is considered one of the most beautiful waterfront walkways in Mexico.

Enjoy the bright sunshine 350 days a year. It gets pretty hot during the day with temperatures in the low 90s, but you will always feel the breeze. The humidity is low year round, and the evenings are cool and delightful. So take one of the daily international or domestic flights to La Paz, hop on a bus or drive along the Transpeninsular Highway to Los Cabos. You can also take the ferry from Baja to Mazatlán and Topolobampo. La Paz is 921 miles south of the U.S. border and 132 miles north of Los Cabos.

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Enjoy the Malecon in La Paz

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