Los Cabos, Mexico, Attractions
Los Cabos, Mexico is a true vacation destination where relaxing on the beach is as coveted an activity as sport fishing, golf, whale watching, souvenir shopping or visiting the beautiful landmarks. Discover the variety of attractions and fun things to do in Los Cabos - all within easy reach of Posada Real Los Cabos hotel. Our prime location in San Jose del Cabo means that you're close to everything, from secluded beaches to famous landmarks and the nightlife of San José and San Lucas.
Golf is akin to a national pastime in Los Cabos. Here you'll find some of the top-rated golf courses in the world, including the Palmilla, the Cabo Real, the Punta Sur, Puerto Los Cabos and the Club Campestre San Jose. Experience the thrill of tackling the challenging layouts designed by such acclaimed golf course architects as Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman. Guests at Posada Real Los Cabos enjoy preferred rates on green fees at select neighboring golf courses, including the 27-hole Palmilla golf course designed by Nicklaus. Check out our Posada Real golf packages.
The coastline of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas is renowned for fishing tournaments and world-class recreational sport fishing. Marlin, Dorado, Snapper and Yellowtail are just a few of the big game fish you're likely to reel in when you go fishing in Los Cabos. Posada Real Los Cabos has an exclusive working arrangement with one of the most prestigious fishing fleets in the area, to provide preferential rates to our hotel guest. Check out our Posada Real fishing packages.
Puerto Los Cabos Marina.
The new marina Puerto Los Cabos, in San Jose del Cabo, a couple of miles away from the Posada Real Los Cabos, is a state-of-the-art facility with nearly 500 boat slips. Amenities at the marina at Puerto Los Cabos include wireless Internet service, potable water, cable TV, crew lounge, business center, swimming pool, fitness center, 24-hour security, pump-out stations, on-site port captain clearance staff, shower facilities and much more. The marina at Puerto Los Cabos accommodates nearly every size vessel from small fishing charter boats to mega-yachts.
San Jose del Cabo.
Just a mile from the Posada Real Los Cabos hotel, downtown San Jose del Cabo is reminiscent of Old World Mexico. Life moves at a slower pace here than in neighboring Cabo San Lucas, and the town offers a variety of interesting historic attractions, locally-owned boutiques and shops, a handcrafts market, and delicious restaurants specializing in international and regional cuisine. San Jose del Cabo is an excellent spot for to make friends and to experience the charming side of traditional Mexico.
Church of St. Joseph.
At the center of town in San Jose del Cabo towers the historic Church of St. Joseph. Above the church entrance is a notable mosaic depicting the death of Father Nicolas Tamaral by native Pericu Indians. The Pericu were the first inhabitants of the Baja Peninsula. Tamaral established a mission in San Jose del Cabo in 1730.
Cactimundo Los Cabos Botanical Gardens.
Tour the extraordinary cacti gardens at Cactimundo Los Cabos Botanical Gardens in San Jose del Cabo. Cactimundo features one of Mexico's most distinguished collections of cacti species, including rare desert specimens and endangered ones from around the world.
Canopy Costa Azul.
Just outside of San Jose del Cabos, take the ride of your life suspended in a harness high above the Costa Azul Canyon. This birds-eye-view adventure is a high-speed ride over zip lines stretching three miles. Expert guides provide instruction and assistance. Visit www.canopycostaazul.com.
Desertica Cabo Multi Adventure Park.
Experience the ultimate adrenaline adventures at the new Desertica Cabo Multi Adventure Park on the outskirts of San Jose del Cabo. The setting is a Western ghost town theme park in the middle of the fabled Yeneka Canyon. Desertica offers sand buggies and a specially designed desert terrain circuit, a swimming pool, and the reputed world's fastest canyon canopy zip line tour. True thrill seekers can try the Tarzan Swing, a combination pendulum and free-fall ride sure to stir the emotions of even the most seasoned adventurers. Visit http://www.desertica.com.mx
Los Cabos Beaches.
Los Cabos is famous for its glorious beaches. From secluded coves to vast stretches of beach, the 20-mile corridor between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas features premier beaches for snorkeling, surfing, sunbathing, and swimming. Palmilla, El Chileno and Santa Maria are three favorite beaches located near Posada Real Los Cabos hotel. These beaches feature protected areas for snorkeling and diving. The calmer waters of these beaches are also fun for kids.
Cabo San Lucas.
Just 20 miles from Posada Real Los Cabos is the bustling port town of Cabo San Lucas. Known for its high-energy activities and party-going crowds, Cabo San Lucas offers an exciting twist to an otherwise tranquil Mexican vacation.
The Arch - El Arco.
The most famous landmark of Los Cabos is The Arch, or El Arco, situated at the very tip of the Baja Peninsula. Commonly referred to as Land's End, the Arch is a towering stone arch protruding from the sea. It is the symbolic landmark where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Water taxis are available to the popular Lover's Beach located at Land's End.
Marina Cabo San Lucas.
Marina Cabo San Lucas is a smaller full-service marina located in the Cabo San Lucas harbor featuring 380 boat slips and accommodating vessels up to 200 feet long. Marina amenities include 24-hour security, fuel dock, potable water, wireless Internet access, cable TV, and electricity for boat hookups.