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Cabo: Just Different

No wonder the Los Cabos real estate market is flourishing. Home buyers want our weather, our food, our accommodations. And want them year-round.

It’s a tropical destination without the rain. Close to both the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, the many attractions of Los Cabos give you many reasons to fall in love.

Cabo: Perfect Weather

Los Cabos has an average of 360 sunny days each year, and there’s less than ten inches of rain. Although temperatures in the arid desert climate can get as high as 90 degrees between May and October, humidity stays low, and in the evenings the ocean breeze cools everything off. The dry but pleasant weather is ideal for landscaping a home with exotic but water-conserving native plants like agave, cactus, and succulents.

Cabo: Old and New

Los Cabos is anchored by two communities, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Connecting the two is The Corridor, an 18-mile stretch of roadway running along the Sea of Cortez. Cabo San Lucas is a modern port of call featuring restaurants, shopping centers, clubs, and a world-class marina. San Jose del Cabo is a traditional Mexican city with a historic square that hosts an Art Walk every Thursday night from November to June.

Cabo: A Whale of a Time

Close to both the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, Los Cabos –”the world’s aquarium,” per Jacques Cousteau — boasts abundant opportunities for water sports like snorkeling, swimming, whale-watching, and parasailing. From mid-December to mid-April, stand on the shore or look out your hotel-room window to see thousands of whales migrating. You can’t swim at some of the beaches, thanks to rough waters and strong undertow. But several public beaches, like Lover’s Beach near Cabo San Lucas and Chileno Bay on the Corridor, are safe for swimming.

Cabo: Luxury Accommodations in Abundance

Appealing to every taste and budget, Los Cabos offers more than ten thousand hotel rooms and thousands of condos and villas for rent. Timeshares are also popular, and many of them share amenities with nearby hotels and resorts. Even amid the pandemic, construction of hotels and residences continues to thrive in Los Cabos and nearby areas.

Cabo: Relaxation As a Way of Life

No matter where you stay in Los Cabos, you are likely to find a spa; if not right on the premises, pretty close. Many offer treatments and products that are grounded in Mexican tradition, ancient medicine, and holistic therapy. Auriga Spa at Pedregal, named one of the top 270 spas in the world by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine, bases its treatments on the four phases of the moon.

Cabo: Food for the Soul

Los Cabos is home to five-star restaurants and to taco stands, snack bars, and other casual eating establishments. Many offer open-air dining under the stars or on the beach. Many organic restaurants have also opened in Cabo, a region where farm-to-table dining is very popular. For a week each December, the growing number of dining options is celebrated at Sabor a Cabo, a local wine and food festival.

Cabo: Unique

People buy Cabo real estate in large part because no other region of Mexico offers quite what the Baja Peninsula does and no other coastal resort town offers quite what Los Cabos does. This is one of the most attractive places in Mexico to visit, live and work, retire to; and, in a booming market, it has some of the most affordable luxury homes you can buy.

For more information on how we can help you find the perfect home in this friendly and inviting region, contact our knowledgeable real estate agents to discuss your investment opportunities.