Sitting at the point where the Sierra Laguna mountains meet the desert and the Pacific, Todos Santos is a piece of Baja you don’t want to miss. But get here soon—Todos Santos is transitioning from a quiet, dusty Mexican seaside secret into the bustling hermanito of Cabo San Lucas, so you'll want to visit before the crowds are permanent.
Restaurants in Todos Santos
5 based on 171 reviews
We welcome tourist participation in Sea Turtle conservation activities throughout the year in Todos Santos. Our program includes: Sea Turtle habitat protection, hatchling release, nest rescue and incubation, environmental education and community outreach. There are Volunteer opportunities for all ages! Individuals, families and school groups are invited to participate. We thank you for participating in our Eco-Tours which help improve sustainable fisheries in Baja!
Along the shorelines, these baby turtles have miniscule chance to both making it out to sea and living for long in the water. You can help by launching an infant turtle on its life voyage, showing it out of a wooden bowl in to the sand and watch it waddle into the sea. It's a lot of fun for kids of all ages and a good cause. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 521 reviews
Secluded, crescent-shaped beach great for Surfing and swimming.
Perfect for our needs - sunbathing, boogie boarding, relaxing. For $10 we rented to beach chairs and an umbrella for the day. Be prepared for lots of local vendors trying to see you their wares. A simple, "No, gracias" was enough - but we repeated the phrase about 30 times that day.
4 based on 89 reviews
This church is a historical and architectural landmark in Todos Santos.
This is the focal point of the plaza in Todos Santos. It was repainted years ago from its original sepia color, which kind of white-washed the historic charm it had, but I'm used to it now. It's an awe inspiring space to be in...and at certain times I love to sit outside while the congregation sings. It's a beautiful experience.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
This beach offers fairly safe waters for swimming.
This is a pretty beach that's off the beaten path. To get to it, pay *really* close attention after you pass Km marker 57 from Mexico-19 ... there will be a dirt path not too far from the marker. (We saw it as we passed it and had to drive a bit for a U turn ... then we drove slowly pretty much on the shoulder the next time to find it).
The road is VERY bumpy and feels like it will never end. (I estimate it's at least a mile.) We didn't have 4-wheel drive but SO wished we did. Nonetheless, with slow and careful driving, we finally made it. You'll see other cars, so you'll know where to park. Then you need to walk perhaps a 1/4 mile through palm trees to the beach.
Even though there were about a dozen cars, the beach felt private because it's large, and everyone was spread out.
The sand was surprisingly smooth ... no rocks, but also no seashells. But it was a great surface for frisbee.
The water was kind of rough when we went. And of course cold since it was February. Yet there's a little tidal pool during low tide that the kids enjoyed playing in because the water was warm.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
An unpaved road leads to this famous beach, best known for its deep sea fishing.
One of the most beautiful Beaches around Todos Santos. Not great for Surfing, but perfect for swimming, lounging, and walking through the soft sand. Can be a bit difficult to find, but just ask a local and you'll have no problem. The gates to get your car out close at sunset, as camping is not allowed here, so be sure to pack up before then. Other than that, bring some snacks, a few beers, and you are all set for a quiet and perfect day at the beach.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
The home and art gallery of artist Jill Logan.
This gallery has rooms displaying originals and prints as well as a lovely outdoor area. The owner/artist, Jill, is very nice and informative.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Since opening our doors in 1994 the challenge was to find only the finest artists in Southern Baja. We have met that challenge with 15 artists represented in our gallery. Whether contemporary or traditional, you will find it at The Galeria de Todos Santos.
We enjoyed the museum, with mock-ups of local houses, local politicians and presidents of Mexico, a lot about Frida Kahlo, woodworking tools, ancient skulls and the story of Dom Ramon Wong. It is in an old school with some interesting modern vfrescos and is clearly a thriving cultural centre for the town.
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