Highway 1 dips into arroyos (riverbeds) and climbs onto a floodplain studded with boulders and cacti between San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. This stretch of desert terrain, known as the Corridor, has long been the haunt of the rich and famous. In the 1950s a few fishing lodges and remote resorts with private airstrips attracted adventurers and celebrities. Today the region has gated communities, resorts, posh hotels, and championship golf courses.
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Playa Buenos Aires
This wide, lengthy, and accessible stretch of beach is one of the longest along the Cabo Corridor. Reef breaks for…Learn More >
Playa Las Viudas
Just west of Santa María Bay, this small public beach is often referred to as Twin Dolphin Beach after the…Learn More >
Bahía Santa María
This wide, sloping, horseshoe-shape beach is surrounded by cactus-covered rocky cliffs; the placid waters here are a protected fish sanctuary.…Learn More >