Ensenada, one of the first settlements founded in California, has become a cruise destination, It has become a cruise ship destination as well as the center of Valle de Guadalupe, a local wine region.
San Ignacio was founded in 1728 by the Jesuit Juan Bautista Loyando, who established a mission here to evangelize the Cochimí Indians who lived there. It is an oasis surrounded by palm trees and animals in the middle of the desert landscape.
Loreto, the oldest Spanish settlement in all of California. It is the only city within a radius of 300 kilometers. The main attractions here are the cactus deserts, its beaches, the areas for fishing and diving. It is a nature reserve.
The cozy capital of the Baja California Sur peninsula is surrounded by beaches and bays with abundant marine species and is famous for its picturesque sunsets. Here you can stroll along the boardwalk or explore its surroundings.
This tropical oasis is located right on the Tropic of Cancer. A true Magical Town: a source of inspiration for artists and poets. Here you will find sophisticated galleries, first-class restaurants and luxury hotels, as well as picturesque and quiet beaches.
This resort located at the southern tip of Baja California is known for its coasts, turquoise beaches, water sports and nightlife. El Medano beach offers numerous outdoor restaurants and bars. After the marina, there is the cliff known as “El Fin de la Tierra” where is “La Playa del Amor” and “El Arco”, a natural archway in the sea cliffs.