About Los Cabos

Situated at either end of the Tourist Corridor, sister cities Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo are as opposite in personality as they are in location. Visit Cabo San Lucas for a walk on the wild side. If you are seeking something authentically Mexican, San Jose del Cabo is your destination. Either way, you will discover superb restaurants, exciting shops, beautiful beaches and adventures galore. 

Escape to Cabo

Located less than a two-and-a-half-hour flight from most southwestern U.S. airports at the southern tip of the California Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos is a rare combination of temperate climate, beauty and history, making it one of the world’s premier resort destinations.

Cabo San Lucas

Modern and electric with a vibrant nightlife and non-stop action, Cabo San Lucas offers endless activities from parasailing, diving and horseback riding around beautiful Land’s End to a stop in at Cabo Wabo or Passion Club for cocktails and dancing when the sun sets. Charter a yacht, party on the beach, shop on Luxury Avenue or people watch at Mango Deck — there is no excuse for boredom in Cabo San Lucas.

San Jose del Cabo

Romantic, historic and slower-paced, San Jose del Cabo is perfect for visitors looking for an alternative to Cabo San Lucas. Known as “Old Town,” the first community in Los Cabos has seen native tribes, Spanish galleons, pirates and smugglers. Today it is a quaint town where you can stroll through Plaza Mijares browsing chic boutiques and exciting art galleries. Visit colonial San Jose Church or birdwatch in the Estero San Jose wildlife sanctuary. Finish the day off at any of San Jose’s romantic courtyard restaurants, then return to your Villa refreshed for the next day’s adventures.

San Jose El Cabo

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Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas

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Cabo San Lucas