Beaches

The acronym for beach is never more appropriate than when in Los Cabos: Best escape anyone can have! Whether it’s surfing, snorkeling, stand-up paddleboarding or simply a romantic walk by the shore? Los Cabos has a beach for you.
The southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula hypnotizes visitors with the motion of its gentle waves. The sapphire Sea of Cortez meets the indigo Pacific Ocean, and their waters cradle some of Mexico’s most stunning shores.
Whether you’re looking to surf, launch a kayak, wave runner or stand up paddleboard, picnic with the family, walk with your sweetheart, or watch the whales up close and personal, there’s a beach in Los Cabos designed perfectly to accommodate.
Underwater marvels, great surfing and plenty of water sports make Los Cabos a wonderland for beach lovers.
Experience a desert adventure, get thrilled with marine life, have fun between the two seas or feel the adrenaline from the air. Explore the wide variety of activities and enjoy your vacation to the max.
Lover’s Beach Cabo San Lucas South 15 mins from the CSL Marina by boat. Walking, Skimboarding You can swim depending on the tide
Divorce Beach (Playa del divorcio) Cabo San Lucas South 15 mins from the CSL Marina by boat. Walking. Skimboarding You can swim depending on the tide
Medano Beach (Playa El Médano) Cabo San Lucas South 9 min walk from CSL City Club along Del Pe Water Sports Safe to swim. Hotels & Restaurants
Las Viudas Beach (Playa Las Viudas) 15 min by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Tourist Corridor Turn off sign after El Tule bridge. Camping Safe to swim depending on the tide.
Santa Maria Beach 17 min. by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Tourist Corridor Snorkeling. Diving. Surfing. Safe to swim. Blue Flag. Parking. Lifeguard.
Chileno Beach (Playa El Chileno) 10 minutes by car from Santa Maria Beach. Turn off sign after El Tule bridge. Tourist Corridor. Kayak, Snorkeling, Diving. Surfing Safe to swim. Blue Flag. Parking. Palapas.
El Tule Beach (Playa El Tule) Turn off the Tourist Corridor at Puente Los Tules, a bridge located at km 16.2. Experienced surfers
Acapulquito Beach (Playa Acapulquito) 35 min. by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Tourist Corridor Experienced surfers Hotel
Costa Azul Beach (Playa Costa Azul) 35 min. by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Along the stream. Below the curve after the lookout point. Tourist Corridor Experienced surfers Hotel
Palmilla Beach (Playa Palmilla) 30 min. by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Turn off sign. Tourist Corridor Safe to swim. Blue Flag. Hotel. Palapas

Credit: Visit Los Cabos

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