• Mountain Biking in Trodos Santos, Baja Mexico


Calendar – Things to Do in Todos Santos

Events

Annual Open Studios Event
February 11 - 12, 2017
33 studios open to the public.

Annual Historic House Tour

Todos Santos citizens invite visitors to tour their homes.

Todos Santos Art Festival
February 4 – 11, 2017

Annual Todos Santos Film Festival
March 1 – 5, 2017

Apparitions Festival, San Pedrito Beach
March 24 – 27, 2017
4-day non-stop electronic music, top DJ, camping, surfing, yoga, food, bars & more

Annual Carreras de Todos Santos 5/10 K Run
March 25, 2017


Pescadero Chili and Strawberry Festival
Late March/Early April 2017 
Festival in the streets of Pescadero.

Semana Santa (Easter)
April 10 – 15, 2017
Todos Santos vendors closed most of these days. People take time off from work.

Labor Day
May 1, 2017
Small parade in Todos Santos. No one works. (banks are closed)

Gastro Vino Festival
May 5, 6, 7, 2017
A celebration of the foods and wine of Baja.

Mother's Day
May 10, 2017
Festival in the Todos Santos Plaza.

Sierra Madre Tres Santos Mountain Bike Race
July 16, 2017
A fun event for families and experts.


Mango Festival
Late July/early August 2017
A celebration of the mango harvest. Dancing in the town and a horse parade, and crowning of the Mango Festival Queen.

Independence Day
September 16, 2017
Festival in the Plaza, and a parade. Many people do not work. (banks are closed)

Fiestas Tradicionales de Todos Santos
October 12 - 15, 2017
Festival of Nuestra Señora del Pilar, the patron saint of Todos Santos. Largest local fiesta of the year. The biggest festival of the year for local Todosanteños. Plaza is busy both nights with dancing and music. Four days of celebration.

Mexican Revolution Day
November 20, 2017
Second-largest festival of the year in Town Plaza. Parade from the Town Plaza to the Baseball Stadium. (banks are closed)

Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe
December 12, 2017
Dancing in the plaza, and horse parade.



Natural Playground
Natural Playground
Few places on earth rival the variety of natural assets found around Todos Santos. The Pacific, the endless shoreline, the pristine beaches and world-class surf breaks all draw a new kind of crowd. Adrenaline junkies, climbers, elite athletes in training. Those looking to commune with nature, who want to bike, swim and trek the terrain, the mountains, and the sand. And also those seeking a gentler path—walking, gardening, cooking, and photography. No matter the motivation, nature is close-up here.

Art & Culture
Art & Culture
Todos Santos is a place where artists migrate—to paint, to write, to be inspired. The town’s geography and history combine with its intimacy and unique bohemian charm to offer up the kind of muse that draws creators, aficionados, and culture into its midst. The colorful streets are dotted with galleries, and the vibrant art scene includes both traditional and modern art. Artists of all kinds find inspiration, visitors converge for music and film festivals and to discover the culture, and everyone lingers to soak up the dreamy ambiance.

Holistic Living
Holistic Living
From the setting and the culture to the farming and fishing practices, everything is drawn to a sustainable path. This is a holistic, integrated approach to life. It’s the reminder we receive from the natural rhythm of Mexican culture. It’s the land and the food, fresh from local sources. Todos Santos has all the makings of an epicenter of wellness, but it’s the people—the indigenous healers, organic farmers, fisherman, yoga and meditation teachers, naturopaths, and the enlightened crowd that frequents the town—that are creating this wake-up call for mindful living.

Food
Food
From the original farmers who grew sugar cane to the new influx of foodies, food is a central theme here. From authentic wood-fired pizzas and freshly caught seafood to locally harvested vegetables, herbs and coffee beans, Todos Santos’ agrarian roots are everywhere. It’s a community that has never strayed far from this simple, organic way of life, so it’s only natural that those who are now coming back to the idea of sustainability and a smaller footprint have found that the path leads to Todos Santos.