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Popular Los Cabos Beaches

As you stand on the shores of Los Cabos, you are struck by the sheer beauty of the place. The sea shimmers in sapphire blue and indigo, and the beaches here are some of the most stunning in all of Mexico. 

What’s more, if you’re a fan of beach activities, then you’ve come to the right place. Los Cabos offers some of the best surfing, snorkeling, stand-up paddle boarding, and romantic walks by the shore you’ll ever find.

But that’s not all. If you’re looking for an adventure, then look no further. From exploring the underwater marvels 

to getting up close and personal with the marine life, Los Cabos has something for everyone.
And the best part? With 43% of the beaches here being swimmable, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to cool off in the warm waters. Whether you want to relax on the sand or take part in some high-adrenaline water sports, Los Cabos has a beach designed perfectly for you.

On your next visit experience the wonderland that is Los Cabos. Explore the wide variety of activities on offer and make the most of your vacation.

Medano Beach

Considered one of the most popular swimmable beaches in all of Los Cabos, Medano Beach is situated smack dab in the hub of Cabo San Lucas which features bright lights, soft, white-sand beaches, and perfectly turquoise waters. Tourists are attracted by the waters, which offer a variety of activities including swimming, snorkeling, jet-skiing, kayaking, and paddleboarding. Onshore, volleyball games are played around the clock while adventurous ones will charter a parasailing trip to get high in the sky. Playa El Medano’s electricity is contagious, as it’s the centerpiece amid hustling and bustling restaurants and bars on the beach, widely considered home base for many a day’s activities. Vendors on the beach sell all sorts of wares, including everything from silver jewelry and blankets to sombreros and trinkets. You could literally spend all day at the beach and still not have done half of the fun things offered. Another fine point of the beach is the sweeping views of the rock formations of Land’s End, including El Arco. Hotels and resorts that range from family-friendly to adults-only frame the beach and restaurants. 

Palmilla Beach

Palmilla Beach, one of the most breathtaking destinations in Los Cabos! This world-renowned beach boasts crystal clear turquoise waters, soft golden sand, and magnificent rocky cliffs, offering an unrivaled beach experience like no other. As you arrive at Palmilla Beach, you will immediately be mesmerized by the beauty of the landscape that surrounds you. The sweeping ocean vistas will take your breath away, as you feel the salty sea breeze gently caress your skin. This stunning beach is perfect for sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, or just simply lounging on the soft sand. Palmilla Beach is also known for its thrilling water sports activities, including jet skiing, parasailing, and paddleboarding. So, whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or just looking to relax and soak up the sun, Palmilla Beach has something for everyone. For those seeking adventure, the underwater world of Palmilla Beach is truly a wonder to behold. The beach is surrounded by stunning coral reefs that are home to an incredible array of marine life, from colorful fish to graceful sea turtles. But Palmilla Beach is not just about the water. The beach is also surrounded by some of the most luxurious resorts and restaurants in Los Cabos, making it an ideal place to indulge in a delicious meal, sip on a refreshing drink, or simply enjoy the lavish amenities.

Lovers Beach

Known as Playa del Amor, or Lover’s Beach, this tiny little spit of secluded sands is probably the most popular and yet most sublime of the swimmable beaches in Los Cabos. Nestled between two prominent jagged granite rock formations, the beach is one of the most sought-after attractions in Cabo San Lucas as it offers up so much to do. Don’t worry about how to get to the spot – the easiest way is simply via water taxi from Medano Beach across the bay, or if you have some ambition it’s a quick and relaxing paddleboard or kayak ride over calm, turquoise waters. Glass-bottom boats in the marina will also run trips to the sands, offering up a unique perspective of the tropical fish and marine life below. Snorkeling is popular here as marine diversity flourishes beneath the surface, while scuba diving the underwater sand-falls of Neptune’s Finger draw even the most accomplished diver to experience something magical. If all you are looking for is a quiet walk with your love and possibly a little bit of swimming to cool off, look no further. One word of advice is to bring a pair of shoes, as the sands can gather plenty of heat during the afternoon hours and you most definitely want to protect your feet.

Divorce Beach

Nestled in the breathtakingly beautiful and luxurious destination of Cabo San Lucas, lies a beach that is known for its unusual name – Divorce Beach. With its stunning golden sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and iconic rocky arches in the backdrop, Divorce Beach has become a must-visit spot for tourists and locals alike. But what makes this beach so unique and why is it named after a legal separation? Surprisingly, there are several fascinating stories behind the name of this captivating beach, and each one adds to the allure and intrigue of this remarkable destination. From its romantic beginnings to its current status as a playground for thrill-seekers, Divorce Beach has a little something for everyone, making it a truly unforgettable experience. So, come along and discover the secrets of one of Cabo’s most alluring and captivating destinations – Divorce Beach.

Chileno Beach

One of the top highlighted swimmable beaches in Los Cabos is Playa Chileno along the Tourist Corridor. Its draw is not due to the flashy and busy shores such as at Cabo San Lucas’ Medano Beach, but a more laid-back atmosphere permeates the area. The calm, azure blue waters are some of the finest in the area for engaging in snorkeling and swimming due to their Blue Flag safety rating. Visitors can spend the day in the beach, as well as wash off their feet and clean up at provided shower systems. Other on-site amenities include trash disposal stations, portable toilets and a lifeguard stand to overlook swimmers. Access is easy, as parking lots are available for anyone renting a car and driving to the beach. Many boat tours do run from the San Lucas marina, so if you are without a car you can always hop a ride for a day out sun-bathing. Feel free to explore Chileno Beach, but don’t be shy to visit other surrounding beaches to get a different feel such as at Santa Maria Beach only just over a mile away.

Santa Maria Beach

Just a stone’s throw away from the populated beaches of Cabo San Lucas, Santa Maria Beach lies along the Tourist Corridor in Los Cabos, inviting the visitor to come take a worthy dunk in its serene blue waters. A sheltered, natural cove, the sands of its swimmable beaches rest between two large granite rocks that block the hard influence of the pounding surf swell and constant winds, making it a prime-time destination for tourists looking to safely go swimming, snorkeling, and diving. The shallow waters are considered a protected marine sanctuary, which delights visitors peering under the waters’ surface at hundreds of eclectic species of tropical fish to please the eye. Morning hours are best suited for optimal visibility in the clear water. Playa Santa Maria lies by the Twin Dolphin hotel and can be accessed by car or visited via any of the running water boat tours coming from Cabo San Lucas Marina. Another feature of the beach is that it lies in close proximity to Chileno Beach – another quiet, fabulous respite that you can easily hop over to for a change of scenery.

Playa Acapulquito

Playa Acapulquito is a charming beach located at the Cabo Surf Hotel, and is great place for those who are learning how to surf. This charming beach is very popular and attracts many surfers with Mike Doyle Surf School ready to give you lessons or rent a board. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, this spot is a great place to catch some waves! Just above the surf school is the 7 Seas Restaurant which gives visitors the option of taking a break and getting a bit to eat while watching the waves.


Known as a major surfing destination, the beaches of San José del Cabo are lined with proper spots to catch the wave of a lifetime. Surf breaks can accommodate any level, from beginner waves at Acapulquito to the more challenging breaks at Monuments Beach. At Cerritos, a surf school offers lessons to get beginners on a board and help those with a little experience learn the tricks of the trade. Prime season for paddling out is during the winter months when the swells pump on the shore. Check a local surf map to set your own schedule and camp out with a few friends to chase the swells.

Monuments Beach or Playa Monumento is a small beach popular with the surfing set and has the closest surf to Cabo San Lucas, just a few miles out of town.

!! Always check the conditions of the water, and consult a local authority for ocean conditions. !!

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