By: Aline Rivas
There are a lot of unmarked roads in Mexico’s Baja California Sur. You see them from the smooth highway that connects the sleepy town of Todos Santos to the glossy resorts of Los Cabos an hour south, their dusty trails carving mysterious paths through fields dotted with tall saguaro cacti. They look a little intimidating, but as one local said, “when you see a dirt road in Baja, you should take it. There’s always something interesting at the other end.”
The Village of Todos Santos, vibrant and active was initially founded as a Mission in 1724.
Todos Santos has a long-been special. The Church, theater, cultural center & museum and so many historic buildings are often open to the public, especially during the Historic Homes Tour.
Surfing has a long history in Baja culture, and Playa Cerritos, located about 20 minutes south of town, is no doubt the most popular beach for newbies and experts alike.
Is a destination for our visiting Whales too.
The restaurants are very popular, serving Creative Cuisine with organic produce. The fishermen provide a fresh seafood daily. The ecology of this oasis and the magnificent Sierra Laguna mountains are the subject of many paintings, photographs, and memories.
On your next visit to Royal Solaris Los Cabos don't forget plan your trip at Todos Santos and live a magic experience!
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