02 Mar Best of San Jose del Cabo
Have you visited Cabo San Lucas and thought that was all there is to Los Cabos? Think again. San Jose del Cabo is located twenty miles east on the Baja Corridor and offers more elegant and cultural attractions. Here is how to enjoy the best San Jose del Cabo has to offer.
1. Start by renting a car.
This is a fun way to control your vacation. Also, you might save money on taxi and bus fares. With your own car, you are not on a restricted timeline or itinerary. Explore the Baja Corridor between San Jose and Cabo San Lucas. These two distinct regions both offer exciting excursions in Los Cabos. In order to fully appreciate San Jose, you need to be able to compare it to the bustle of Cabo San Lucas. Use your rental car to drive down the highway, and make stops at beaches and secluded towns along the way.
2. Learn the history of San Jose del Cabo.
San Jose is about 300 years older than its younger sister, Cabo San Lucas. The first expeditions to this region occurred in the 1500s, and Spanish missionaries officially founded San Jose in the 1700s. San Jose has a colorful and interesting history that makes you appreciate its current elegance more than ever. Touring the old buildings of the historic center will give you a feel for Cabo in its earliest days. For more on the history, click here.
3. Tour the Art District.
Behind the historic square lies San Jose’s Art District. San Jose hosts some beautiful art and amazing artists. This area is unique in that high-end art galleries are right next to local creations that are just as exquisite. Stroll through the district at night, and check out the delicious restaurants for dinner.
4. Check out the amazing shops.
San Jose provides some great opportunities for high-end retail shopping. Not only are there retail shops, but there are unique, locally-owned stores with cool trinkets. Come home with some fun souvenirs for your family.
With this guide, you’re ready to enjoy your perfect weekend in San Jose del Cabo. Want to know more about San Jose and Cabo San Lucas? Click here.