Los Cabos offers a wide variety of attractions...
Los Cabos is also unique in it's striking desert landscape, dry climate, and great outdoors unspoiled beauty. Visitors are surrounded by a dramatic backdrop of endless cactus desert, cinnamon-colored mountains, and miles of white sandy beaches and clear, azure waters.
If you are into sightseeing and just relaxing in this desert paradise, colonial San Jose del Cabo ( founded in the 1600's) is a peaceful town where you may enjoy shopping strolling around the plazas and stopping by in any of the fine dining restaurants. San Jose del Cabo is a pleasant city of meandering streets and lush palm groves. Today it is a town of 30,000 people and is the seat of the municipal government. The atmosphere here is subdued compared to the more rowdy and nightlife-orientated town of Cabo San Lucas.
Today, Los Cabos attracts a broader range of visitors than ever before, and has gone to great lengths to diversify its offering of activities and attractions. Los Cabos, including the East Cape and Todos Santos areas, continues to attract sportsmen who flock here for world-famous fishing, outstanding diving & surfing and world class wind surfing. However, the area also draws beach lovers, golfers, honeymooners, families, and "eco-tourists". Of course, most visitors ultimately come here for Los Cabos' famous sun and sea.