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Spanish for “All Saints”, the coastal town of Todos Santos is delightfully quaint, and filled with history and art. The famed Hotel California has been carefully restored and updated, providing a central attraction with gift shop and restaurant, along with a variety of galleries, silver-smiths, and other shops. Just 45 minutes north of Cabo San Lucas on the Pacific Coast, this charming Baja community is fun to explore before or after a visit to Pescadero or Cerritos Beach.BOOK NOW
Learn more about the history of Cabo San Lucas, and how it has evolved in just a few decades from the remote and desolate southernmost tip of Mexico’s peninsular state of Baja California, to one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Tour operators guide you to attractions off the beaten path, so your Cabo experience will be more than just tequila and suntanning.BOOK NOW
Baja Sur’s capital city of La Paz, meaning “the peace” is surrounded by calm, turquoise waters of the Sea of Cortez, and some of Baja’s most beautiful and swimmable beaches. The city itself boasts a history of culture and art; featuring a delightful Malecon, and pavilion where locals and tourists gather to enjoy the scenery, a marine themed bronze sculpture collection and people watching in near perfect weather. More commercial, and more authentically Mexican than the cape cities, La Paz also offers a marina, golf courses, a growing number of excellent restaurants, and other attractions.BOOK NOW
Mexico’s “Frontera” state of Baja California Sur has some delightful, rustico villages scattered between its primary cities. Koral Concierge can reveal some of these hidden treasures, and their history with reliable and knowledgeable tour guides.BOOK NOW
The ancient fishing village of San Jose del Cabo (the “other half” of Los Cabos) continues to evolve into the more culturally rich, quieter, city where tourists beyond the “spring break set” enjoy spending a week, a month, the entire winter season, or their retirement. For a taste of history, art, and the multi-layered flavours of Mexican and international cuisine in the vibrant restaurant community; check out El Centro for its Historic Art District and town square; the hotel district shops and restaurants; the Puerto Los Cabos marina, and the Village of La Playita.BOOK NOW
The Historic Art District of San Jose del Cabo continues to grow in popularity with collectors from all over the planet. A multitude of galleries exhibiting fine art by local and international artists continues to expand, along with delightful gift shops offering wares from local artisans. Thursday night ArtWalk is a regular attraction from early November to end of June, where galleries open their doors and welcome guests with complimentary wine or tequila, and exquisite eye candy. Performing art troupes from diverse regions in Mexico dance in the streets, music plays, and delicious aromas waft through the velvety night air of this charming and historic community.BOOK NOW