Baja Resorts

Baja Resorts The west coast of Mexico includes Baja California, a peninsula that is more than 700 miles long, extending from the border town of Tijuana in the north all the way to the resort town of Cabo San Lucas at its tip. Hit the beaches on the Pacific Ocean off the peninsula's west coast, which include many lagoons that serve as breeding grounds for the gray whale. Or perhaps you'd like to scuba dive or fish in the calmer waters off the east coast: the Gulf of California, also called the Sea of Cortez.

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Loreto Resorts
On the west coast of the Baja Peninsula facing the Sea of Cortez, Loreto is rich in history and culture, and also enjoys a year round warm and sunny climate. Take a tour of the beautifully restored Mission of San Javier, high up in the mountains behind Loreto. Or spend your days sailing, diving, kayaking, horseback riding, mountain biking or beachcombing. Nearby islands are habitats for sea lions, birds, dolphins and whales.
Los Cabos Resorts
Two distinct cities about 20 miles apart form the ends of a corridor at the southern tip of the peninsula comprising the municipality of Los Cabos, which means "the capes." Formerly a small fishing village, Cabo San Lucas has grown into a wildly popular tourist destination. Anglers take note: Cabo San Lucas retains the title of "marlin fishing capital of the world." Up the coast to the northwest, San Jose del Cabo is a more laid-back town with many centuries-old colonial buildings. Swimming, snorkeling and surfing are popular pursuits in the warm Gulf waters.

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