The southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula plays host to the dual towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo; linked by a 20 mile stretch of coastline known as the Golden Corridor. Los Cabos is enjoyed by millions of visitors annually due to its proximity to the US and Canada, magnificent weather with over 300 days of sunshine per year, the hospitality of the Mexican people and their culture and more than enough activities to stay busy yet plenty of time in the day to relax and unwind. Name your pleasure!
From championship golf courses, world-class sport fishing, yachting the Sea of Cortez, a myriad of restaurant options to please all palates, shopping from charming boutiques to luxury malls, nightlife and clubbing, numerous water activities from surfing both Pacific and Sea of Cortez waves, snorkeling and diving in turquoise waters, stand up paddling, kayaking, swimming to pampering yourself in the lap of luxury at any number of first-class resorts; Los Cabos has it all. Camel rides, yes, that too!
With more and more of our annual visitors opting to make Los Cabos home, or at least their home away from home, the real estate market has exploded with growth.
Choose from any number of residential developments, golf course and gated communities, oceanside villas, spacious condominiums or seek out your perfect homesite and build your dream home. Discover all the options awaiting as you travel the coastline from the rugged natural beauty of the East Cape to the hustle bustle of Los Cabos up the Pacific coastline to the sleepy towns of Pescadero and Todos Santos, perhaps ending up in the capital city of La Paz.