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About Cabo San Lucas

Located just south of the Tropic of Cancer, on the same latitude as Hawaii’s island of Kauai and the Bahamas, Los Cabos enjoys a semi-arid, temperate climate. The towering 6,000-foot Sierra de la Laguna range provides a dramatic backdrop to breathtaking white-sand beaches. From July to October, diving, fishing, and surfing are at their finest. In winter, breathe in the fresh, cool air as you watch the grey whales frolic in the sunny Sea of Cortez.

Los Cabos boasts a fascinating and colorful history, from depredations by 17th-century pirates to the stylish sojourns of screen legends from Hollywood’s heyday. Today, people come to relax and rejuvenate, whether that means curling up with a good book in a luxurious villa, getting out on those gleaming waters, hitting the links, or touring the back country by four-wheel drive.

You’ll enjoy exploring the two distinct towns of Los Cabos: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Both are safe, clean, and offer modern services. English is spoken in hotels, restaurants, and most of the stores. San José del Cabo, the quiet side of Los Cabos, features a charming downtown area with 18th-century architecture, a re-laxed pace, and warm, old-fashioned hospitality.

In the 20-mile oceanfront Tourist Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, Los Cabos has found new fame for its oceanfront championship golf courses. Designed by some of the biggest names in golf, they wind through the Corridor with dramatic views of the shimmering sea.

Cabo San Lucas, known for its lively atmosphere, big money billfish tournaments and upscale services, sits on the turquoise bay of the same name. The town overlooks El Arco, the amazing natural rock arch at the tip of the 900-mile-long Baja California Peninsula. Here, the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet at Land’s End.

A popular port of call for cruise ships, Cabo has an excellent marina, and a fine swimming beach, with unequaled water sports and people-watching opportunities. Marina Boulevard offers great shopping along the waterfront, and also parallels the Malecon, a wide promenade along the marina ideal for strolling, jogging, or just hanging out.

Los Cabos’ beaches entice visitors with their dramatic natural beauty, especially picturesque Santa Maria, Chileno, and Palmilla, all popular swimming and snorkel spots in the Corridor. Near El Arco and only accessible by boat, Lover’s Beach is one of the most photographed and beautiful beaches in the world.



About Cabo San Lucas, Mexcio

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