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Desert. Beach. Mountains. …and yes, plenty of local mescal!

Sitting at the point where the Sierra Laguna mountains meet the desert and the Pacific, Todos Santos is a piece of Baja that we can’t wait to share with you! With a quirky mix of locals, fishers, surfers and new age spiritualists, the town of “All Saints” is a small gem just an hour north of Cabo — an area so enchanting that in 2006, the Mexican government designated it a Pueblo Magic — one of just 100 or so small towns In Mexico honored for its natural beauty, cultural riches and historic relevance.


WHERE TO EAT

 
 

HIERBABUENA

Set within a lush vegetable garden down a dirt road, Hierbabuena is a lovely spot for a delicious farm-to-table dinner. The menu features excellent salads based on garden's daily bounty, wood-fired pizzas and meats, and a delicious eggplant parmesan.

 

LA COPA COCINA

Best Baja-style fish tacos in the area!

 

BAJA BEANS

A must for coffee and baked goods; on the weekends during high season it is also the sight of a bustling farmers market and excellent people watching.

 

CAFE SANTE FE

Upscale Italian and a nice break from the ceviche and fish tacos!

 
 

WHAT TO DO

 

SURFING

There is excellent surfing in Todos Santos. Playa Cerritos is an especially great spot to hit the waves. Rentals and lessons available here.

BEACHES

Playa Cerritos is also the best beach for swimming, surfing, and snorkeling!  You’ll find board/snorkel rentals and beach bars here! 

SHOPPING

The cobble-stone streets are home to dozens of fine art galleries, tiny artisan shops and refurbished haciendas in the old part of town

BALANDRA BEACH (DAYTRIP!)

Drive 90 minutes northeast of Todos Santos and you'll discover what many claim to be the most beautiful beach in Mexico.  It's crystal clear, turquoise, lagoon-like waters are perfect for swimming, kayaking and SUP boarding. The water in the circular bay is usually no deeper than your knees or up to your waist at certain points, allowing you to walk across it to discover private coves and caves.