• Where is Todos Santos? Discover the surrounding area of Todos Santos.


Surrounding Areas

Los Cabos
Los Cabos
Historically, visitors to the region have headed to the resort-rich stretch of coastline that runs from San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Known as Los Cabos—or simply, Cabo—this is the coastal mecca for whale watching, scuba, mountain biking, world-class fishing, surf breaks, wide beaches, sapphire seas, fabled resorts and some of the world's best golfing. The area’s 13,000 hotel rooms and ample recreational activities form the backbone of the regional tourist industry.

La Paz
La Paz
To the north of Cabo is La Paz, the regional capital and largest city in the area with a population of about 200,000. La Paz is an important regional economic hub and also the main access point to the Sea of Cortez—the aquatic playground that separates Baja from the mainland. Sheltered from the Pacific and warmed by the southern sun, the Sea of Cortez teems with marine life. Jacques Cousteau referred to the Sea of Cortez as “the world’s aquarium,” and visitors flock to the spectacular Espiritu Santo, a National Marine Park just a short boat ride from the graceful La Paz esplanade.

East Cape
East Cape
The East Cape is the eastern side of Baja California Sur, between La Paz and Los Cabos. It is a rugged, sparsely populated area that attracts those seeking solitude, fishing, uncrowded surf breaks, and some of the best kitesurfing in Mexico.

Sierras
Sierras
Along the spine of the southern Baja peninsula runs the Sierra de la Laguna, a granite mountain range dividing the east and west sides of the peninsula, perfect for hiking, camping and mountain biking. Backpacker magazine calls this “the best midwinter trail hiking on the peninsula.” The range looms with desert to the north, and Pacific Ocean on the west, and the Sea of Cortez on the south and east.