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The square in front of the church is a very peaceful place. It is generally not crowded, especially on hot days. There's a huge Mexican flag flying at one end that seems to float slowly in the hot air.
There's a soothing, reverential, and historic...More
It's sort of 2 rectangles at right angles. The first one has shops on both sides and an opening for a courtyard with government offices inside. If you go past this then look left to see the gazebo and the church behind it. More shops...More
We visited here with the whole family. It was a pretty neat little square. A lot of benches to sit, enjoy a drink or a popsicle. There is a church on one end and the beginning of the tourist shops on the other end. The...More
Leave the All Inclusive and get a small taste of Mexican life. Great restaurants and souvenir shops. Friendly people... fantastic places for photographs. You can find anything you need. Well worth the trip!
We hung out here on a Friday night. ZERO pressure from any vendor! Some gorgeous arts and crafts mixed in with some of the usual touristy stuff. Was nice to be able to listen to the music and wander around without feeling like I had...More
Relaxed, friendly, helpful and professional. Clean and comfortable rooms with quiet air con and good WiFi. Well located for San Jose and taxis easily available for Costa Azul and San Lucas. Clean. We would return. We had great weather apart from one day of tropical...More
We had a wonderful stay in this beautiful hotel. The pool suite rooms are beautifully decorated and open onto the gorgeous gardens. The pool is lovely, clean and really looked after. Javier was charming and attentive and nothing was too much trouble. We had in...More
The Art Walk is on Thursday nights. They’re hosting it even during construction as it takes place in the art galleries and businesses that surround the plaza. I recommend Ivan Guaderrama’s art gallery. Very unique and... More
The Art Walk is on Thursday nights. They’re hosting it even during construction as it takes place in the art galleries and businesses that surround the plaza. I recommend Ivan Guaderrama’s art gallery. Very unique and fun. Have fun!
Hello there... I always get pesos there at the ATM of Banamex or BBV (Mexican banks) and the bank fees are RIDICULOUSLY low in comparison with in the US... most of the restaurants offer you a check with both pesos and US... More
Hello there... I always get pesos there at the ATM of Banamex or BBV (Mexican banks) and the bank fees are RIDICULOUSLY low in comparison with in the US... most of the restaurants offer you a check with both pesos and US dollars total so that helps, credit cards are accepted in most of the places I've been even at OXXO (Mexican version of 7 Eleven) I haven't rent a car... I always go to San Jose de Cabo and everything is walking distance except the airport but I always take the public transit to go to it... Have fun!
Absolutely. It's the Routa del Desierto. It's opposite the Mega Mall. It will take you directly to where the Marina is and where the tours begin. It's about 30 to 45 minutes in air conditioned comfort. Cost is $ 2 us