In the last ten years northern Baja California's Valle de Guadelupe and the nearby port of Ensenada have become one of Mexico's hottest travel destinations for wine and beer lovers alike. Excellent artisanal wine-makers, quaint boutique hotels, elegant outdoor dining, and innovative craft beer enhance the draw of this area's striking contrasts of desert and sea, its desolate landscapes and its luxury travel choices.
The Los Cabos and Cabo San Lucas area at the southern tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula is another master-planned resort area where hotels sprouted like a mushroom patch. In just a few decades, the dry strip of coastline went from sleepy fishing area to vacation playland, with desert golf courses and huge swimming pools that defy the climate.
With all the California money pouring in, it didn't take long for San José del Cabo to start hosting millionaires and celebrities. Deep–sea fishing, championship golf, and dramatic beaches complement some of the elite luxury resorts of the Americas. This may well be the most expensive stretch of coastline in Mexico, but in exchange you will find a level of 5–star service and amenities that's hard to top anywhere else.
Northern Baja California
Baja California Sur
Villa del Palmar — Loreto Islands