The Best Beaches in Los Cabos

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    These are some of the best beaches in and around Los Cabos!

    Los Cabos' location at the tip of the state of Baja California offers spectacular views of Los Arcos, the rock formations of Land's End, and of course a host of beautiful beaches on both the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez. However, many of the beaches around Los Cabos are not safe for swimming. In particular, the beaches on the Pacific side tend to have strong waves and surf. These beaches are well signposted and it is essential to follow the safety instructions and not enter the water in places where it is dangerous to do so. Always check the beach warning flags to be safe! There are some beaches in and around Los Cabos that are ideal for swimming, snorkeling, and water sports.

    1. El Medano Beach

    El Médano Beach is a three-kilometer-long stretch of beach with soft golden sand located east of Marina de Cabo San Lucas. This beach is generally safe for swimming. It tends to get very crowded, so if you want to have fun without the crowds, it's best to go early in the day. Along this beach, there are many spas and restaurants, and many vendors who come to sell souvenirs, jewelry, and snacks for tourists who enjoy the sun and sand. You can rent an umbrella and deck chair for the day, and people-watch between refreshing baths in the ocean.

    2. Palmilla Beach

    This beach is located in the Tourist Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, near the One & Only Palmilla resort. Palmilla Beach is a protected cove that generally offers safe swimming conditions. You can swim, snorkel, kayak, or just enjoy the view. The Ironman 70.3 local swim stage takes place on this beach, which has been awarded the Blue Flag certification, so you can be sure the water is clean and crystal clear. There are lifeguards, public restrooms, showers, and changing rooms, but there are no restaurants here, so bring your own food and drink.

    3. Lovers Beach

    A small stretch of beach nestled between two rock formations very close to the arch at Land's End in the Sea of ​​Cortez, Playa del Amor tends to have calm, clear waters that are great for swimming and snorkeling. Still, the waves are sometimes very strong, so be careful. This can be a romantic spot if you are lucky enough to be alone, but there are no services, so bring drinking water, shade, and snacks. You will have to hire a water taxi from the marina or El Médano beach; don't try to climb the rocks to get there. From Lover's Beach, you can walk through the rock formations to "Divorce Beach" which is on the Pacific side, but the waves and swell are always strong there, so enjoy the view but stay out of the water.

    4. El Chileno Beach

    Located halfway between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, Chileno Beach is one of the best places to dive in Los Cabos. If you're lucky, you'll be able to spot lobsters, sea urchins, and even stingrays, as well as a variety of colorful fish. This low-key beach has palapas, portable toilets, and a nearby restaurant, as well as a quiet bay ideal for swimming. Easily accessible by bus or taxi, Praia de Chileno is now home to the Chileno Bay Golf & Beach Club.

    5. Santa Maria Beach

    This beach is located in a horseshoe-shaped bay located halfway between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. It is a favorite place for diving so many charter and excursion boats come here so it can get very crowded. The water is calm, especially early in the day, so arrive early to enjoy the best diving conditions and fewer people. During the winter months, keep an eye out for the sea, as you might see whales breaking or squirting.

    We hope you enjoy watching this video about the Top 5 Beaches in Cabo San Lucas

    Source: Cabo VIVO

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