About Los Cabos
Los Cabos is Mexico’s fastest-growing destination for “la buena vidaz”-the good life we crave. Imagine the point where the mountains and desert merge with the sparkling blue waters of the Sea of Cortez and you will find Los Cabos, Mexico. Los Cabos is located at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula, just below the Tropic of Cancer and 1000 miles south of San Diego.
The Los Cabos region is unique in that it combines 3 distinct personalities that include the two towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo and the 20-mile Tourist Corridor that connects them, offering additional luxury resorts & private residences.
Cabo San Lucas, better known as “Cabo,” is the most popular town. It is located at the tip of the Baja, just 20 miles southwest of San Jose del Cabo & 27 miles from the Los Cabos Airport. The dramatic arch at Land’s End in Cabo, also known as El Arco, is the landmark of the area, along with the 200-slip marina where luxury yachts reside next to numerous fishing boats. Annual offshore fishing tournaments attract large crowds throughout the year & have helped make the area the sportfishing capital of the world.
Cabo San Lucas offers the beach dweller several spectacular beaches including Lover’s Beach, Solmar Beach on the Pacific side and Medano Beach, the main swimming beach. Cabo is a popular port-of-call for nearly 400 cruise ships each year The 20-mile “Tourista” Corridor separates Cabo and the charming, traditional Mexican town of San Jose del Cabo. Many of the world-class desert-to-sea golf courses are located in the Corridor, as well as luxury resorts, private residences, incredible beaches, and impressive restaurants. The charm of the colonial town of San Jose offers additional culture, golf, restaurants, and shopping.
There are many restaurants, bars, clubs, galleries, and shops to enjoy along the waterfront. Other popular activities include golf, diving & snorkeling, water adventures and cruises, eco-tours and land adventures.