Los Cabos is located at the tip of the Baja Peninsula and
comprised primarily of two towns, San Jose del
Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, that are linked by a
20-mile Corridor lined with world-class
resort properties and championship golf. Cabo San Lucas, noted for
its vitality and nightlife, offers a variety of attractions,
including The Marina, which features 380 slips accommodating
vessels up to 200 feet, along with boasting one of the highest
quality of services and amenities expected at luxury yachting
marinas. There is also El Arco, a natural rock formation in the
shape of an arch which lies adjacent to Playa Del Amor (Lover's
Beach) where couples can stroll hand in hand when the tide is low.
In Cabo San Lucas, water enthusiasts can dive and view gardens of
black coral and waterfalls of sand as they glide with the sea life
under clear, warm water.
Beginning just north of San José, the East
Cape stretches nearly a hundred miles along the Sea of
Cortés eastward and northward past Los Barriles. This beautiful
stretch of desert coastline is still mostly undeveloped, however
the towns of Los Barriles and Buena Vista are thriving fishing and
tourist communities offering lodging, local cuisine and pangas to
rent for a day casting your line in the deep. The East Cape is also
the windsurfing center of Los Cabos, as well as being home to the
more remote Cabo Pulmo which draws divers to the most northerly
coral reef in the Pacific.
The waters along Los Cabos' Pacific coast are characterized by
ocean swells and upwellings of deep water, and because of the
ocean's distant weather patterns, heavy surf can arise for weeks at
a time. The California Current keeps water temperatures lower than
would be expected, typically between 50 and 75 degrees, gradually
warming as the water moves south. Tropical storms called chubascos
can bring torrential rains and heavy winds from mid-May to
mid-November, peaking in August and September.
Since the 1970s, Los Cabos, located on the southern tip of the
Peninsula, has become a popular luxury tourist desti-nation for
paradise seekers from all over the globe. Growth in beautiful
vacation properties along its breathtaking coastlines have since
followed, making real estate in Los Cabos in high demand. Many of
these real estate properties in Los Cabos are located in or between
the communities of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.
Los Cabos is a mere two-hour flight from many major U.S.
cities. San Jose del Cabo is located approximately 15 minutes from
the Los Cabos International San Jose Del Cabo Airport (SJD) and
just 25 minutes from the tip of the Baja peninsula: Land End,
located in Cabo San Lucas.
Los Cabos is truly a blue-water paradise. Our pristine swimming
beaches, 350 days of sunshine, deep-sea fishing and dramatic
oceanfront settings serve as constant inspiration beckoning
vacationers, homeowners and guests back again and again. Once you
visit Cabo, it's likely you come back again and again.
Los Cabos is home to many world-class resort communities where
many of our vacation homes are located. An array of amenities
are offered in the area, including but not limited to the 27-hole
Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, hundreds of resorts and spas,
tennis clubs, and exciting restaurants and clubs.