The Top 10 Beaches in Los Cabos (Part 2) - Abierto de Tenis Los Cabos

The Top 10 Beaches in Los Cabos (Part 2)

Surrounded by the pristine waters of the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Sea of Cortez to the east, Los Cabos is a real paradise between two seas. Due to its exquisite beauty, this is a destination that offers an infinite amount of activities for its visitors to experience during their stay. Majestic sunsets, endless coasts and unbeatable weather make the tip of Baja California Sur a unique place for all.

Today, we present the final portion of our list of the best beaches one can find in Los Cabos. Whether you want to swim, snorkel, relax — or all three — there’s a beach on this list for you.

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Hotel Beach

This long stretch of sand is right next to the main hotel strip of Cabo. This popular, public, beach is ideal for families; free to create sand castles and play volleyball. Umbrellas can be rented and frozen beers are offered throughout the day. This is a fan favorite among runners and surfers. Keep in mind, this is not a beach to swim; very big waves are constant and currents in the area are notoriously unpredictable.

Santa María Beach

Located at KM 11.5 off the main road, Santa María Beach is part of a marine sanctuary and is known for its pink sand. One can go here for a swim, snorkel or to simply enjoy a beautiful view. If you are planning to spend the day here, it is better to bring your own food and drinks. Although you can find vendors on the beach, it is safer if you bring your own victuals. Lastly, do not forget your camera! This location is a dream for all photographers.

Chilleno Beach 

Chilleno Beach is considered the best family friendly beach. One can indulge in many different activities such as snorkeling, diving, kayaking and much more. Snorkeling is a particularly enjoyable activity here as several reefs run parallel to the beach and are home to over 80 different species of coral. Public restrooms and showers are available to its visitors. Keep in mind, this beach is regularly crowded on the weekends. If you are looking for some quiet time, you can go on a short walk around the cove that will bring you to more seclusion. This is one of the most popular beaches in Los Cabos and has received a Blue Flag for its quality.

Cabo Pulmo

An amazing paradise that also holds the title of National Park. If you are looking for a true experience of feeling like you’re on a “lost island”, you will fall in love with Cabo Pulmo. It is a truly secluded and tranquil place where nature takes over in every way. We also advise you to go on a diving excursion; there is a marvelous paradise submarine that must be included at the top of all traveler’s lists.

Cabo Pulmo is located at KM 64 north of San José del Cabo; just keep driving along the coast until you arrive.