Usually, the first thoughts that come to mind with the very mention of an upcoming vacation to Grand Solmar Rancho San Lucas revolve around beaches. Nothing is more relaxing than lying on a warm sandy beach with the sun kissing your face. The many beautiful resort areas that can be explored while spending time at this resort offer various activities like paddleboarding or meandering along the lazy river.
The Tide Bar Restaurant is a stunning location and is organized uniquely. Seating for this restaurant is at tables bolted into the pool, just like a typical restaurant. However, since you are seated in the water, this literally allows you to swim up to the table in this infinity edge style pool and order Los Cabos cuisine and drinks while looking directly at the ocean.
Exploring the local beaches is a favorite pastime of Grand Solmar Rancho San Lucas visitors each year.
Punta Pescadero Beach is an unspoiled stretch of beautiful shoreline on East Cape, Baja California Sur. Just a short drive along the coast from Los Cabos, families love to have picnics here. Observing underwater sea life and rock formations is also easily done by snorkeling or SCUBA diving right from the beach.
Todos Santos is one of southern Baja’s most magical towns. The location is north of Cabo San Lucas, where the desert collides with the Sierra Laguna mountain region on the Pacific Coast. Visitors to this quaint Mexican village enjoy the beautiful town square home to a historic church and lush gardens.
Todos Santos was one of the first towns in Baja to receive a designation from UNESCO. The well-known organization determined it as a Biosphere Reserve due to the many floras and fauna species that flourish there. One notable area for watching the sea roll in is The Green Room Beach Club. It is known as a peaceful enclave off the beaten path.
Other points of interest in this Baja California Sur town are the Todos Santos Art Gallery, Todos Santos Beer Fest Annual Art Festival, Surf Todos, and the Hotel California. It is also frequently visited by tourists and locals every year, and is it is known for its annual Release of the Sea Turtles. With plenty of restaurants and shops open daily, visitors will indeed find plenty of activities to keep them occupied once they leave the beach.
Some other notable beaches include the longest one in the region, Medano Beach. Here, visitors have access to every water sport and activity they could want. Jet skis, parasailing, banana boat rides, and glass-bottom boat tours are just some of the fun activities offered. It is also home to many bars and restaurants located on the shoreline so visitors can spend all day in comfort.
In the East Cape Region, there are several beaches that Grand Solmar Rancho San Lucas visitors enjoy. Playa La Laguna is a 3-mile stretch of beach that is very swimmable and not usually crowded. Some beaches are not swimmable in the area, so it is advisable to research in advance if swimming is the main reason for visiting a beach. One of the more popular beaches for swimming is Playa Los Frailes, also known as The Monks Beach. It is a multi-purpose beach used for swimming, snorkeling, and fishing.
Grand Solmar Rancho San Lucas visitors can also visit what is known as the Cabo San Lucas Tourist Corridor, an 18-mile stretch of coastline that includes several of Los Cabo’s most popular beaches. These beaches include Playa Santa Maria, Twin Dolphin Beach, Monuments Beach, Chileno, Costa Azul, Playa Acapulquito, Playa Cabo Real, and Bledito beach. Tourists are welcome to use various transportation access using InterBaja buses, SuburCabos, or private taxis to avoid renting a car.
Visiting Cabo San Lucas can be a delightful experience.
One of the best parts about vacationing in Los Cabos is that visitors can choose whether to stay and take advantage of all the wonderful amenities at Grand Solmar Rancho San Lucas or travel a short distance and experience one of the many stunning beaches in the area. Either way, a fabulous vacation awaits you in Los Cabos, Mexico.
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