Whether you’re looking for a quiet and relaxing getaway with old world charm, or action-packed and night life activity, visit Cabo San Lucus for that short weekend jaunt giving you both, and then some.
San Jose del Cabo
Located at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula south of California in Mexico, Los Cabos consists of two towns: San Jose del Cabo, and Cabo San Lucas. With cobblestone streets, adobe houses, dwellings dating back to the 1700’s, and preserved tranquility, the sleepy town of San Jose del Cabo provides a more historical aspect of the two towns. In its center, you’ll find many large 19th century houses that have been converted into intimate restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, and shops. The art scene, in fact, is very prevalent, providing a variety of works of local and international artists and artisans alike. Patron Saint Joseph feast day is celebrated on March 19th, as well as the feast of Our Lady of the Pillar celebrated on October 12th, where there is traditional dress and dancing. If viewing a variety of birds and wildlife is something you’d enjoy, be sure to visit The Estero. San Jose del Cabo is a place where you can kick back and relax, take a slow stroll amongst the jacarandas, all while drinking in the local color and ambience.
Cabo San Lucas
Located on the west side of the peninsula is Cabo San Lucas. Being the highly commercial town of the two, the main attractions include shopping at the Luxury Avenue Mall, The Marina, fishing, whale watching, beaches, golfing, and a vibrant nightlife. This town is party central, populated with numerous highly energized hot spots and funky bars. High season is between October and May, with the main event being spring break. The birthday celebration of singer Sammy Hagar at his well-known Cabo Wabo Restaurant and Bar is another yearly partying event taking place in October. The average temperature is 74 degrees, and the rainy season is a short two months in the summer, so if the tourist rush is something you’d rather avoid, it can be done easily enough.
Stretching 20 miles between the two towns is what’s known as The Corridor. With features such as the turquoise blue waters of the Sea of Cortez, beaches, cliffs, mountains, first rate golf courses and luxury resorts, The Corridor is quite the tourist attraction in its own right besides being the connector between these two towns. With so much to offer between these two very different towns separated by only 20 miles of scenic beauty, Los Cabos offers up plenty of choices of activity for a weekend. Whether you want to enjoy the tropical beaches, watch a local artisan at work, or party your heart out, there’s something to do for everyone without having to go far to do it.
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