(Playa del Amor) - Playa del Amor, (Love Beach) or Playa del Amante (Lover’s Beach) Also known as Playa Doña Chepa in earlier years is located on the Sea of Cortez’s side of Land’s End at Cabo San Lucas.
This stretch of clean white sand is located on the Pacific side a short walk from Playa del Amor. Divorce Beach is great for sunbathing and relaxing.
Medano beach is Cabo’s safest swimming beach. It starts at the mouth of the Marina and extends all the way past Villa del Palmar, Riu Hotel & just west of Misiones del Cabo or Monuments Beach.
This wide stretch of white sand beach faces the Pacific Ocean and runs from the rocks at Land’s End to the base of Pedregal to the West.
Acapulquito is a very popular beach of San Jose del Cabo with clear and warm waters with beautiful sand to enjoy. The tide generates special waves for surfing and this beach is popular for this purpose. Swimmers are welcome but watch out with the surfers!
This beach is ideal for surfers. It has different zones to practice this sport classified in beginners, intermediate and advance levels. When the tide is down this beach is recommended for snorkeling and horseback riding.
This is a public access beach next to the high class hotel One and Only Palmilla in San Jose del Cabo. You can practice swimming, snorkel and fishing in this beautiful white sand beach with all your family!
Playa Las Viudas (Widows’ Beach) is a secluded spot with a dirt access from the highway. The shoreline features interesting rock outcroppings and tidal pools that create private areas to spend a lazy afternoon swimming or exploring the pools. Swim with caution; this beach is not recommended for children.
A protected marine sanctuary, which is an excellent spot for snorkeling or just relaxing on the beach. A prime destination where many charter boats offer snorkeling and scuba diving tours departing from the Cabo San Lucas Marina.
This is a very popular beach for its clear and calm waters ideal for swimming and snorkeling. It has an easy -access parking lot, beautiful palm trees and showers for your comfort.
If you are a surfer by heart do not miss this spot! The waves in this beach will give you the adrenaline to make your trip to Cabo worth your while!
|Lover’s Beach||Cabo San Lucas South 15 mins from the CSL Marina by boat.||Walking, Skimboarding||You can swim depending on the tide|
|Divorce Beach (Playa del divorcio)||Cabo San Lucas South 15 mins from the CSL Marina by boat.||Walking. Skimboarding||You can swim depending on the tide|
|Medano Beach (Playa El Médano)||Cabo San Lucas South 9 min walk from CSL City Club along Del Pe||Water Sports||Safe to swim. Hotels & Restaurants|
|Las Viudas Beach (Playa Las Viudas)||15 min by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Tourist Corridor Turn off sign after El Tule bridge.||Camping||Safe to swim depending on the tide.|
|Santa Maria Beach||17 min. by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Tourist Corridor||Snorkeling. Diving. Surfing.||Safe to swim. Blue Flag. Parking. Lifeguard.|
|Chileno Beach (Playa El Chileno)||10 minutes by car from Santa Maria Beach. Turn off sign after El Tule bridge. Tourist Corridor.||Kayak, Snorkeling, Diving. Surfing||Safe to swim. Blue Flag. Parking. Palapas.|
|El Tule Beach (Playa El Tule)||Turn off the Tourist Corridor at Puente Los Tules, a bridge located at km 16.2.||Experienced surfers|
|Acapulquito Beach (Playa Acapulquito)||35 min. by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Tourist Corridor||Experienced surfers||Hotel|
|Costa Azul Beach (Playa Costa Azul)||35 min. by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Along the stream. Below the curve after the lookout point. Tourist Corridor||Experienced surfers||Hotel|
|Palmilla Beach (Playa Palmilla)||30 min. by car from entrance to Cabo San Lucas. Turn off sign. Tourist Corridor||Safe to swim. Blue Flag. Hotel. Palapas|
|Cabo San Lucas|
|San Jose del Cabo|
|The Tourist Corridor|
|Cabo del Este|