Top Attractions in Los Cabos Mexico
If you are planning to go on vacation in Los Cabos Mexico, come read about some of the best things to see in do in this amazing destination.
Land’s End (El Archo)
Land’s End is a rock formation that is located at the southern end of Cabo San Lucas and is basically sandwiched in between Playa del Amor and Playa del Divorcio. These rock formations were created over the years from rough winds and the seas of the southern Baja Peninsula.
San Jose del Cabo
San Jose del Cabo is often considered Cabo San Lucas’ twin sister; however, the area is much more elegant and tame than Cabo San Lucas. Visitors will experience quaint shopping and exquisite meals when they visit.
Bahía Santa María
Bahía Santa María is a beach that is shaped like a wide and sloping horseshoe and is surrounded by rocky cliffs that are covered with cactus. The calm waters are a protected fish sanctuary and that is part of an underwater reserve.
Bahía Chileno has beautiful tide pools making it a fantastic beach for swimming and snorkeling. The best thing about Bahía Chileno is that it’s consistently ranked as one of the cleanest beaches in Mexico.
Baron Balché & Casa de Piedra
These are two wineries that are located in Los Cabos. Casa de Piedra is a small winery in the Valley of Guadalupe that focuses on high-end wines. Baron Balché honors the Mayan tradition and the past kingdoms with their wine and the winemakers are consistently delighted when they make new discoveries with their grapes.
Chileno Beach is approximately nine miles northeast of Cabo San Lucas and can be easily reached via the Corridor Highway. The beach is extremely quiet and the calm and shallow waters are perfect for snorkelers.
Playa del Amor (Lover’s Beach)
At the very tip of the Land’s End Peninsula is Playa del Amor. Anyone who is visiting Los Cabos for the first time will want to put this beach on their list of must-see places. The clear luminescent water on the Sea of the Cortez side of the beach offers the best swimming and snorkeling conditions and many consider this water to be the best in all of Cabo San Lucas.
Playa del Medano (Medano Beach)
This is Cabo’s most popular and crowded beach, as the crystal blue waters and beachside watering holes attract hordes of sunbathers. People visiting Playa del Medano can do more than sit and relax with a drink in their hand. There are many active activities that include beach volleyball, jet skiing, kayaking, boogie boarding, and parasailing.
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