AMITA’S GUIDE TO LOS CABOS
"Historic downtown San José del Cabo has always been a favorite destination of mine. I love the quaint cobblestone streets, charming Spanish-inspired colonial buildings, and the natural beauty of Baja. The vibe from the art and culture in San José Del Cabo’s Centro Histórico has always inspired me."
Below, read our favorite things to see and do in Los Cabos.
The Arch of Cabo San Lucas: Just miles away from San José del Cabo, the iconic and enchanting Arch is a must see. This well-known landmark is a distinctive rock formation locally known as El Arco.
Hotel Casa Natalia and Mi Cocina Restaurant: A romantic boutique hotel located in downtown San Jose. Each suite is artsy and unique, designed with local décor, private outdoor terraces and hammocks. Tucked away in the courtyard of this enchanting hotel is Mi Cocina Restaurant. The menu features a European twist on some of Baja’s most popular dishes with a focus on local, organic and sustainable seafood.
Roger’s Glass Bottom Boat Tour: This privately owned tour company is sure to give you an adventure of a lifetime. We recommend the three-hour tour, including whale watching, snorkeling, rock jumping, and Lover’s beach!
The Gallery District: This ever-growing cultural center of Los Cabos offers a place for travelers to enrich themselves in art, fine foods, and live music. The Gallery district is the home of high-end fine art galleries and shops featuring original paintings, sculpture, photography, prints and jewelry of the top folk artists and artisans of Cabo and Mexico. Before dinner, we suggest taking part in the Art Walk, a weekly event that takes place every Thursday night from November through June.
Photography by Mindstate Media.