San Lucas, where the sea, sun and desert join to cast an air of
mystery and romance over all who visit. Cabo was once a tranquil
fishing village and, in times long ago, a hangout for pirates.
Although no longer the fishing village of old, and not many of the old
pirates are seen around town any
more, the magic of Cabo remains. Cabo is still small and charming by
any standards, with a population of under 25,000. They do have 4 stop
lights now. And with the number of activities available to the
visitor, you could easily imagine you are in a giant amusement park.
has come of age. Located at the southernmost tip of the magnificent
Baja peninsula, Cabo has been blessed with what many describe as the
perfect climate. Average year-round temperature is 78 degrees, it is a
little cooler in the winter and a bit warmer in the summer. For years
Cabo was the remote playground reserved solely for private yacht
owners. They flocked here to be near "Marlin Alley", as the waters
around Cabo have often been described. The name is well deserved, as
Cabo San Lucas is the undisputed billfish capital of the world.
Cabo is far from remote these days, and the attraction of this magical
spot is no longer limited to marlin fishing. Cabo can be, many
different things to people. Cabo
San Lucas has become know as the perfect vacation spot for the entire
family. Cabo can be as quiet, romantic and relaxing as any
secret hideaway. It can be as lively as anyone can possibly imagine.
If your wish is to enjoy a quiet candlelight dinner, they've got that
mention the beaches? They've got beaches! From the main
beach at Playa Medano, one of the great people watching spots in the
world, to quiet Playa del Amor (Lover's Beach) a short boat ride away.
There are the countless quiet coves, where you'll most likely find no
other footprints in the sand. Miles and miles of deserted
beaches, on both the Pacific coast and the shoreline of the Sea of
Cortez, make for an unbelievable vacation area; the kind beach lovers
dream of. Snorkeling at either of the beautiful bays of Santa
Maria or Chileno seems to be the very reason snorkeling
Cabos is home to five world class, championship golf courses, with
another on the way. Three of these were designed by Jack
Nicklaus, one by Robert Trent Jones II and one by Pete Dye. Cabo del
Sol, a Nicklaus creation, which skirts the shore of the Sea of Cortez,
has been called one of the five most beautiful courses in the world.
Nearby San Jose del Cabo is the home of a delightful nine hole public
course. Golf has quickly become a major attraction here.
Where else can you catch a marlin in the morning, play eighteen holes
and still be home by early afternoon?
sports are everywhere, and the waters of the Sea of Cortez are a
luxurious 80°-85°F year-round. Restaurants range from the local
taco stands (our favorite) to the panoramic views of their cliff-top
restaurant. Luxurious beach clubs line Medano Beach, such as
Nikki Beach at the
ME Cabo resort. Nightlife can be wild and crazy, with Californians
drunk to high heaven on their spring breaks. Hang upside-down at
Marlin, get crazy at Sammy Hagar's
Wabo, or dance the night away at El Squid Roe or Kokomos.