All rooms have a private balcony
Varied and select restaurants
People that are looking for an adrenaline rush will find what they yearn for in Los Cabos, two beautiful cities with holiday complexes on the southern tip of Baja California in Mexico, the narrow peninsula that points to the south and stretches along the Pacific coast. Cabo San Lucas is the most southerly city, where Medano beach is located. Here, beach lovers can sunbathe, swim and participate in a great variety of water sports. San Jose del Cabo is located further north and has a more peaceful atmosphere. It is the perfect place for people who like a stroll; they can walk to the central square and enjoy the 18th century Spanish architecture. Art enthusiasts can be inspired by the paintings and sculptures in the District Gallery, where there is a popular art walk on Thursday evenings. Bird watchers will want to follow the path along the San Jose Estuary, a bird sanctuary where they can see herons, falcons and frigate birds. The area is actually a fishing village, so a night-time visit to historic Palmilla beach will include watching the fishermen bring in their catch.
Guests that spend their holidays in Los Cabos will have easy access to white sandy beaches and the fantastic night-life and relaxing restaurants on the sea front. The area is best known for its water sports; the most exciting of which is fly-boarding. It is interesting to watch people practising this sport, as they fly over the waves thanks to a board propelled by water jets. They look like ancient water gods, as two fountains of water surge from their feet. Having a go at this sport will leave an impression, and beginners only need to take a few lessons before trying it. Beginners steer themselves by moving their body weight, and some experts can lift themselves to a height of more than 10 metres. As well as flying, tourists can learn to surf or parasail, or go fishing for the majestic blue marlin, as well as many other sports. Guests that cannot decide between a boat trip or a restaurant, can do both in a restaurant cruise, on which dinners can also watch the sunset while enjoying a margarita.
Guests of the Barceló hotels in the Cabos can choose between a wide variety of water sports, and people who prefer to stay on dry land can go on one of the many quad bike excursions. These four-wheel vehicles can travel on steep off-road tracks, in the desert or up mountains. They allow guests to discover wild places and indigenous villages. A quad bike trip to the tip of the peninsula could be the climax of the holiday. A rocky headland juts out into the sea at the southern end of the peninsula. Photos taken on the Amor Beach, with its stone arch, will be a reminder of an exciting holiday in Los Cabos, filled with fun activities.