Los Cabos Mexico wherer it all comes together
Los Cabos, Mexico is many things to many people: a dramatic desert oasis, a nightlife hot spot, an authentic Mexican village, and an award-winning resort destination surrounded by sands of both desert and sea. There are many ways to experience and enjoy Los Cabos.
From the moment visitor’s approach Los Cabos or “the Capes” by air, they witness diverse landscapes. El Arco, a natural stone arch formed where the Sea of Cortes meets the Pacific Ocean, stands as monument to the breathtaking contrasts of Los Cabos. The Sierra de la Laguna Mountains’ jagged peaks create a backdrop for miles of golden beaches, azure water, and dramatic red rock formations.
Los Cabos is comprised of two very different cities-San Jose del Cabo to northeast and Cabo San Lucas at the southern tip-with 20 coastal miles between the cities.
Picturesque San Jose del Cabo was established in the late 18th century as a mission town. The original mission overlooks the traditional city plaza where concerts, dances, and craft markets take place. A large number of artists now call San Jose del Cabo home and the town is sprinkled with galleries and studios showing and selling art by local and international artists.
Twenty miles down the coast, although it seems like a world away, lies Cabo San Lucas. The city pulses with nightclubs, round-the-clock shopping and mariachis. The marina is the heart of the city. Here, visitors can take water taxis to secluded beaches, head out to sea on a whale-watching expedition or hook up with a giant marlin. Glass-bottom boats transport visitors to El Arco and Lover’s Beach where sea lions play and two oceans meet.
Wherever one stays and whatever one’s interests, Los Cabos has it all, and best of all, this diverse destination is within easy reach of most U.S. cities. www.CaboLaEstancia.com is the perfect location for your stay. Located on Medano Beach (Playa el Médano) it is on the main safe swimming beach in Cabo San Lucas and the most popular.
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