Is a sub-tropical oasis overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Baja California Sur. To the east the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range receives abundant rainfall which flows and filters down to Todos Santos, allowing organic farms, as well as groves of palms, mangos and papayas to flourish in the desert.
Besides its authentic colonial architecture and cobblestone streets, this picturesque gem of Mexico enjoys pure air, a pristine ocean and the best climate in North America, with temperatures averaging 75-85 degrees year round.
Many of the original brick buildings are being transformed into hotels, art galleries, fine shops and gourmet restaurants. At the hub is the colorful and legendary Hotel California.
In 2006, Todos Santos, meaning “All Saints,” was officially designated a Pueblo Magico (Magic Town) by the Mexican Tourism Secretary. This program was founded in 2001 to enhance towns considered historically significant by funding their preservation and restoration.
It has incorporated 54 towns throughout Mexico including the towns of San Miguel de Allende, Tequila and Los Alamos to name a few. Todos Santos has the distinction of being the only Pueblo Magico on the ocean.
- World class surfing and swimming beaches
- Extraordinary whale and bird watching
- Many art galleries and local artisans
- Art, Music, and Film festivals
- Gourmet restaurants
- Hiking in mountains
- Horseback riding
- Cooking classes