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Beautiful beaches of Los Cabos, Mexico




Cabo Beaches

The Beautiful Beaches of Los Cabos

With almost guaranteed daily sunshine, the beaches of Los Cabos beckon to the swimmer, the surfer, the sunbather, and the snorkeler. Los Cabos has a beach to suit everyone.

Many Los Cabos beaches are accessible, each one different from another. Some are safe for swimming, some offer the best surf, some are isolated, and some are brimming with eateries and tourist services. For those seeking to do something other than lounge on the beach, there are many diversions.

Cabo San Lucas
Your reward is two of North America’s most enchanting beaches at Cabo San Lucas Bay. Unspoiled natural landscapes, tow-ering granite outcroppings, and a protected marine sanctuary complement eye-popping people-watching across the bay.

Towering granite walls behind the famous icon arch are the backdrop for this seemingly remote beach where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Great swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving are ever-popular in the protected waters on the Sea of Cortez side. Cross over from the marina via water taxi or glass-bottom boat and have your camera ready for some incredible scenery. Voted as one of the ten best beaches in all of Mexico by Condé Nast Traveler magazine, Lover’s Beach is a must-see, must-experience destination.

Popular for its services, including restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, Médano (meaning dune) is where all the action is, either on land, in, or on the water. All water sports are here—parasailing, jet skiing, sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking—and the surf is relatively mild and ideal for splashing around.

Treat yourself to lunch and a frozen Margarita at one of the eateries under an umbrella while wiggling your toes in the sand. With a party feel, it’s a place to see and be seen, but still ideal for families.

Tourist Corridor
All beaches in Mexico are public. Most all the roads from the 20-mile Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo lead to a beach and new adventures, but access may be somewhat limited. No services, no convenience stores, and no lifeguards are available at any of these beaches, so pack a towel, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, water, snacks, camera, film, a beach umbrella, snorkeling gear, sand toys, swim shoes (to protect tender soles), and a bag to carry out trash. No services, but a great day at the beach is in store for the entire family.

Accessible next to the Sheraton Hotel off Km.11 in Cabo del Sol, this beach once was home to a shipwrecked Japanese freighter, so named Barco Varado (meaning “shipwrecked”), but all traces have rusted away. It’s great for fishing, diving, snorkeling, and swimming (when the water is calm), and the scenic backdrop is a perfect photo op.





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