San Jose Del Cabo is truly the high-class destination of the Baja, the older and more traditional of the two major resort towns on the peninsula. While it has been settled since 1730, most of the buildings date from the 1880s. The shops and restaurants cater to a varied clientele, and tend toward the higher end in prices and service.
The "hotel zone" dominates the beach, with miles and miles of beautiful Pacific beachfront offering every amusement imaginable for your seaside vacation pleasure. Try the lesser-known Pueblo La Playa, a fishing village that offers great sportfishing tours to the Gordo Banks, housing the highest concentrations of gamefish on the peninsula.
Birdwatchers will not want to miss the estuary sanctuary, home to hundreds of birds and easily accessible on foot or by kayak. Fill your spotter book here!