With a surface area of almost 2 million km² and a large variety of climates and terrains, Mexico offers its visitors endless beautiful natural landscapes against the backdrop of 23 million hectares of protected nature reserves, traditional towns, colonial cities, the archaeological remains of great cultures and an endless range of celebrations, colours and flavours.
With 29 locations declared UNESCO World Heritage sites, Mexico has become a destination that is not to be missed, where you will enjoy the warmth of its people, the depth of its traditions, and excellent service at every destination, making your trip unforgettable.
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Description of the area
The municipal region of Los Cabos includes Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo, and Cabo Este.
If you are interested in the flora and fauna this beautiful place has to offer, there are a variety of ecotourism excursions available in Los Cabos which will allow you to experience the beautiful Sea of Cortés, enjoy a sunset over the Pacific Ocean, cross the desert or go mountain climbing.
So, while fish and seafood may be the primary ingredients in Los Cabos cuisine, the region’s culinary tradition brings together a large variety of flavours that will plunge you into a world of exquisite combinations to delight your palate.
Other examples of the region’s traditional dishes include burritos de machaca (shredded meat) and stuffed seafood, such as crab, fish or shrimp. Furthermore, you will have the chance to sample machacas made with beef, lobster, shrimp or manta ray.
Surfing: the waves on the beaches offer perfect conditions for enjoying this thrilling sport
Whale watching: one of the greatest attractions in Los Cabos
Golf: the region of Los Cabos has several golf courses for enjoying this relaxing sport
The Los Cabos region has a wide variety of shopping centres where you will be able to do all of your shopping, buying traditional Mexican items such as rustic furniture, silver jewellery, glass or ceramic objects, masks and other artisan goods.
You could also take a trip to the outdoor markets, as well as exclusive brand boutiques.