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The Best Beaches in Los Cabos

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Whether you want to soak up the rays on the sand, take to cruising the waves, explore the marine life or simply enjoy a day at the beach, Cabo has something for you. Read on to find your perfect beach.

Cabo San Lucas

Lover’s Beach: Bring your special someone to this beach, one of the more popular spots in Cabo. Accessed only via water, the small beach is located on the Sea of Cortez side on Land’s End near the El Arco and is ideal for relaxing.

Divorce Beach: Located on the Pacific side of Land’s End, this stretch of beach is opposite Lover’s Beach and is perfect for relaxing and sunbathing. Since the tide is so strong on the Pacific side, we recommend staying out of the water for this one.

Medano Beach: For the safest swimming experience, Medano Beach is your best bet. Stretching from the marina past Monuments Beach, you’ll find all sorts of water sports and activities. Plus, it’s located near many of Cabo San Lucas’ resorts for convenient access.

Solmar Beach: Stretching from Land’s End westward to Pedregal, this stunning beach offers great views of the rocks.

San Jose del Cabo

Acapulquito Beach: This fun beach has clear and warm waters and is popular among surfers for its great waves. Whether you’re a beginner or a veteran at cruising the waves, this beach is idea for both. Swimmers are welcome but keep an out for the surfers.

Costa Azul Beach: Another great spot for surfing is Costa Azul Beach which has different sections for beginner, intermediate and advanced surfers. It’s also great for snorkeling and horseback riding when the tide is low.

Palmilla Beach: Located next to One&Only Palmilla, this beach has stunning views of the bay and is perfect for families. Enjoy swimming, snorkeling, fishing and more.

Corridor

Las Viudas Beach: Also known as Widow’s Beach, this secluded spot can be accessed off the highway and has rock outcroppings and tidal pools, perfect for relaxing the day away. Swim with caution here. Not recommended for children.

Santa Maria Beach: This area is a protected marine sanctuary and is perfect for snorkeling or simply soaking up some rays.

Chileno Beach: This beach is very popular for swimming as it has clear, calm waters. It’s also great for diving, kayaking and more. There is also a parking lot for easy access.

El Tule Beach: Avid surfers should head out to El Tule Beach where experienced surfers will find the perfect waves.

For more information on Cabo’s beaches, visit: visitloscabos.travel

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