The peninsula of Baja California is one of the best kept secrets of Mexico. You will soon discover that as you make land here. Mass tourism for a major part of the peninsula has yet to come. As you explore the area, we invite you to be conscious and respectful of the environment and, perhaps… keep the secret for yourself for a little while!
Cast away from the crowded resorts of Los Cabos, Todos Santos is a Pueblo Magico, a natural oasis by the ocean in an unspoiled area of the Baja California peninsula.
Discovered by artists and surfers, and adopted by yoga lovers, this small historical town offers a variety of art galleries and farm-to-table restaurants with a uniquely “Baja” laid back atmosphere. Walk through the colorful streets and markets downtown and discover this little hidden gem!
That’s our neighborhood! An up-and-coming area, 5 min north of Todos Santos, that runs along the coast. Home to a community of wanderers from around the world who found their piece of paradise here. Beautiful houses pop-ups as you explore the unpaved roads heading to a pristine beach with incredible sunset views. For most of the year, the “tortuguero” on the beach releases baby turtles at evenings. A few gourmet restaurants, a boutique grocery shop, a couple of coffee bars, is all you can find in this quiet and charming neighborhood.
Well-known local surfers spot, just 5 minutes north of Desierto Azul. A beautiful stretch of beach with an amazing barefoot seafood restaurant near-by which deserves a visit!
A charming spot, where local fishermen access the ocean. Full of boats and birds you can buy day-fresh fish directly on the beach. A walk trail with breathtaking views leads to a hidden beach and an old port. Check it out!
PLAYA LAS PALMAS
Leave your car behind and walk through a palm grove until you reach a small bay with a virgin beach just for yourself (and perhaps a couple other people). Some say that’s the reason they keep coming back to Todos Santos!
A unique mix of families and surfers, Cerritos fascinates everyone. It is the local beach of choice, the safest to swim in the ocean and has a good variaty of close-by restaurants. A must visit for those who love to get into the water!
A small village with a cool vibe. Home to several agricultural fields, most of them organic. Go down the bumpy roads and discover one of the most charming beaches of the area.
The capital city of Baja California Sur is a quiet and undiscovered city, with a laid-back vibe. Visitors can take a relaxed stroll on the fascinating “malecón”, a three-mile-long pedestrian walkway right along the Sea of Cortez, lined with ocean-inspired sculptures and open-air cafés. Worth a visit!
MAR DE CORTEZ
On the east side of the peninsula, the Sea of Cortes (also known as the gulf of California) is an incredibly diverse array of marine life, calm waters, and pristine beaches. Protected by the UNESCO and often referred to as the “Aquarium of the World”, you shall put it on your check list! We recommend a trip to the island of Espiritu Santo, Playa Balandra, Playa Tekolote, Bahia de Los Suenos and Cabo Pulmo.