LOS CABOS (LOS ARCOS)
LOS CABOS (LOS ARCOS)

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WHERE THE SEA MEETS THE DESERT

You will enjoy driving the 20 miles along the coast from Cabo San Lucas to San José del Cabo. Admire the lovely sandy beaches—some of Baja’s most beautiful and celebrated beaches—bathed by the sparkling and calm blue-green waters of the Sea of Cortez.

The scenic beauty of the area is complemented by all the modern comforts: luxurious hotels, fine restaurants and bars, excellent shopping areas and an exciting nightlife. The International Airport located north of San José del Cabo has daily flights from several U.S. cities and Mexico. If you prefer to drive, take Mexico Highway 1, the Transpeninsular Highway that runs 1,000 miles from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas. You can also travel by bus from Tijuana, although the trip is a bit long—about 22 hours. Cabo San Lucas is also an exciting port of call for many cruise lines.

It is always pleasantly warm, with annual average temperatures around 75°F. And then, the striking desert landscape with its dry climate and unspoiled beauty that makes Los Cabos one of the unique places you will ever visit. The best months to be there are April and May, and late September to December, but Los Cabos is enchanting all year round. 

CABO SAN LUCAS

Nestled between the mountains that run across the peninsula, Cabo San Lucas is bathed by the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez.

Admire its Arch, the natural wonder that has become a famous regional landmark.

Bustling with activity and offering wide diversity, the town is very tourist-oriented and is considered one of the most attractive resorts in the world today.

Cabo San Lucas offers the spectacular marina at the far end of the harbor, with slips for 390 boats, luxury hotels, condominiums and excellent shopping centers.

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SAN JOSÉ DEL CABO

Between the blue-green waters of the Sea of Cortez and the desert, 150 miles south of La Paz and 22 miles northeast of Cabo San Lucas, lies San José del Cabo, offering you the perfect place to completely relax and forget about stress.

Its charming Paseo Mijares, the main thoroughfare, features ornate stone arches and quaint white and pastel-colored cottages. Visit the old Casa de la Cultura, the cultural center that was a refuge for American citizens during the 1847 U.S. Mexican War, and enjoy the beautiful pond formed by the town’s stream, surrounded by fruit trees.

Kayaking along the estuary surrounded by vegetation, you can relax and enjoy this nice place, especially during the sunset.

 

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN LOS CABOS

Visit the Arch

Enjoy the beautiful beaches of Los Cabos

Enjoy the Recreational Parks

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