Your city guide to Cabo golf, fishing, activities, accommodations and more!
Baja California Sur is a very special place. All along the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean side of the peninsula, you'll discover miles of pristine beaches and sparkling blue water. You’ll find hidden coves, unusual rock formations, bird sanctuaries, and desert wilderness. This entire area is considered a precious jewel of Mexico and of the planet, due to its immense diversity and its array of natural wealth, both on land and in the ocean.
Every year thousands flock to Cabo San Lucas and the Baja Peninsula to enjoy both its natural beauty and its great offering of sun, surf, activities and nightlife. Whether you prefer fishing, golfing, diving, kayaking, shopping or just lying on a gorgeous beach, you will find it all in Los Cabos! There are also many tours to enjoy. 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.
Los Cabos is well known for its many elegant resorts and fine restaurants. For people seeking action and excitement, resort vacations are a whirlwind of social interaction for all ages. If you enjoy luxury with a bit more soliltude consider renting a private villa and have your meals prepared by your own personal chef. You can even have special spa treatments brought into your villa.
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.
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.
San José del Cabo, the quiet side of Los Cabos, features a charming downtown area with 18th-century architecture, a relaxed pace, and warm, old-fashioned hospitality. Savor the pleasures of small-town life—stroll through San José’s spacious town square, surrounded by intimate courtyard cafés, galleries, and boutiques.