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Imagine white-sand beaches swept by a tropical breeze, a place where the sun shines 350 days a year, where rugged mountains and deserts greet some of the fish-richest azure waters of the world. Los Cabos, the magnificent area at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula, is where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Long regarded as a fisherman's village, Los Cabos is now one of the most important destinations offered by the dynamic Mexican tourism industry.
Resting at the tip of the Baja Peninsula is the sparkling city of Cabo San Lucas. Once used as a frequent provision stop for pirates awaiting passage of the Manila Galleons, today Los Cabos is headed for resort stardom.
In the last 20 years, it has evolved from a sleepy hideaway for recluse fishermen and yacht owners into one of Mexico's most popular resort destinations.
This is due largely to improved roads and air access, plus heavy investment by FONATUR (the government's agency in charge of new resort development) and the private sector.

Sportfishing boats at Cabo San Lucas marina

Bahia de Cabo San Lucas Without any question, "the" beach at San Lucas is El Medano, everyone's favorite gathering spot. With it's crystal-clear water and gentle surf, this is a great place to swim, sail, water-ski, kayak or simply lap up the sun and enjoy the scenery as you treat yourself to fresh seafood and your favorite drink.

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