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All the beaches Cabo San Lucas has to offer, in the biggest ocean in the world. It's no wonder why water sport enthusiasts, sport fisherman, tourists, vacationers, and even beach bums all need to step foot at least once in the mesmerizing diamond waters of Cabo San Lucas


Cabo San Lucas Beaches

Medano Beach The Dune Beach
Medano Beach is the main safe swimming beach in Cabo San Lucas and the most popluar. It begins at the east side of the harbor and extends along Cabo San Lucas Bay all the way to Villa del Palmar.

Lover's Beach
Playa del Amor (Love Beach) or Playa del Amante (Lover's Beach) - also known as Playa Doña Chepa in earlier years is located on the Sea of Cortez side of Land's End at Cabo San Lucas.

Divorce Beach
This stretch of clean white sand is located on the Pacific side a short walk from Playa del AMor. Divorce Beach is great for sunbathing and relaxing, but It is very dangerous to swim on this beach.

Solmar Beach (Playa Solmar,
TerraSol & Finisterra Beach)

This wide stretch of white sand beach faces the Pacific Ocean and runs from the rocks at Land's End to the base of Pedregal to the West

Tourist Corridor Beaches
Cabo San Lucas to San Jose del Cabo

Playa Costa Azul (Blue Coast Beach)
In this half mile stretch before Palmilla Bay is the world famous surf break called Costa Azul.

Playa Acapulquito
Just west of Playa Costa Azul is a little stretch of beach called Playa Acapulquito, known as Old Man's Beach.

Playa Palmilla (Palmilla Beach)

Westin Regina Resort Beach

Playa Buenos Aires (Good Air Beach)

Playa Cabo Real

Playa Bledito (Tequila Cove)

Playa El Tule

Playa Bahia Chileno (Chilean Beach)
Chileno Bay, next to the Hotel Cabo San Lucas, is yet another breath-taking bay known for its diving and snorkeling. Look for the dive flag at the edge of the highway at Km. 15, which marks the parking entrance.

Playa Santa Maria (Santa Maria Beach)
Not too far along the highway east of Km. 12 is the very popular and often photographed Bahía Santa María, a small bay next to the renowned Twin Dolphin Hotel.

Playa Las Viudas (Widow's Beach)
Twin Dolphin Beach

This picturesque beach is a quiet spot to relax and have a picnic.

Playa Barco Varado (Shipwreck Beach)

Monuments Beach
a small beach popular with the surfing set and has the closest surf to Cabo San Lucas, just a few miles out of town.

San Jose del Cabo Beaches

La Playita (The Little Beach)
Near San Jose del Cabo, La Playita is the home of La Playa Sportfishing, the local cooperative Panga Fishing Fleet. Although this area is not recommended for swimming, it's an excellent place to watch fishermen with their catch.

El Estero
Beginning at the East end of the Playa Hotelera (Hotel Beach) in San Jose del Cabo, one will find the famed estuary. The freshwater lagoon has over three hundred and fifty species of wildlife and lush vegetation.

Playa Hotelera (Hotel Beach)
This stretch of sand runs from the estuary west past the new Royal Solaris hotel, continuing until it reaches the Costa Azul beach. Playa Hotelera beaches are generally not recommended for swimming due to a fairly consistent body thumping shore break and a deep inshore drop-off.

Pacific Ocean Coastline Beaches
Cabo San Lucas to Todos Santos

Playa El Faro Viejo (The Old Lighthouse Beach)
Somewhat inaccessible, but worth effort. Four wheel (ATV's) All Terrain Vehicles are no longer permitted for outings to this impressive spot.

Playa Las Margaritas - Las Margaritas Beach
Sorry, no margaritas here, but peace and quiet are plentiful.

Playa Migriño
At Kilometer 100, Migriño is popular with surfers and campers, and a nesting area for sea turtles. Swimming is dangerous but you can walk for miles along this windswept shore. For access, take the side road on the left before the bridge.

Playa Km. 90.5

Playa El Cajoncito
Playa El Cajoncito (this beach doesn't have a formal name) can be found by turning off Highway 1 at Km. 86 and following a rough dirt road to the Ocean.

Playa Las Cabrillas

Playa Los Cerritos
At Kilometer 64 near Pescadero, Los Cerritos is a mile and a half in from the highway and the hot spot for surfing, camping, and swimming (with caution).

Playa San Pedrito
At Kilometer 59, an RV park at Playa San Pedrito has cabañas and a restaurant bar. Swimming here is at your own risk. Look for the stone arch entrance off the highway.

Playa San Pedro (also know as Playa Las
Palmas) San Pedro Beach

At Kilometer 57, a well maintained access road (across from a boxy-looking agricultural research station) takes you almost all of the way to picturesque Playa San Pedro, also known as Las Palmas. Bordered by a reed lagoon and protected by rock promontories on both sides, groves of palm trees frame this gorgeous quarter-mile strand of beach. Las Palmas has good swimming (again, with caution), body surfing, and hiking.

Playa Punta Lobos
Local fisherman launch their pangas in the waves at the local beach several miles outside of Todos Santos.

East Cape Area Beaches
San José del Cabo to La Ribera

La Playita (The Little Beach)

Playa Anónima (Anonymous Beach)

Playa La Laguna

Playa Higuera (Fig Tree Beach)
An inescapable feature here is a gnarled, old, twisted and contorted fig tree which is completely out of place. The savage looking beach is lashed with waves and is partially hidden among rock formations.

Playa Los Frailes (The Monks Beach)
About 40 miles from San Jose del Cabo you'll come to Los Frailes. This is a very popular beach, with limited facilities. Lovely, gentle, Bahía Los Frailes attracts both campers and yachtsmen.

Cabo Pulmo
About 5 miles north of Los Frailes is Cabo Pulmo, another of the more popular beaches on the East Cape of Los Cabos, it even has a restaurant and plenty of space in a cove for RV's, vans and campers.

Playa El Rincón

Punta Colorada and Punta Arena

La Ribera

 
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