Once again, Todos Santos is basking in the spotlight, and rightfully so! The esteemed Condé Nast Traveler has given our charming town a well-deserved nod, featuring it in their list of the “11 Beautiful Small Towns in Mexico Too Often Overlooked by Tourists.” It’s a recognition that highlights the unique allure of Todos Santos, a place that’s more than just a dot on the map.
Just a 90-minute drive from the bustling Los Cabos, Todos Santos offers a tranquil escape into a world of natural beauty and architectural wonders. This desert town is dotted with boutique properties like the strikingly designed Paradero and the serene, oceanside Hotel San Cristobal. It’s a perfect blend of modern comforts and natural charm.
Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra La Laguna mountain range, Todos Santos is a gateway to an array of ecosystems. Imagine wandering through tropical palm oases that lead to secluded beaches or exploring miles of cactus-filled desert landscapes that open up to breathtaking ocean cliffs. It’s an adventurer’s paradise, ideal for hiking, mountain biking, and of course, surfing.
Speaking of surfing, Condé Nast Traveler’s review spotlights one of Todos Santos’ crowning jewels – Playa Cerritos. Known for its barreling right-handed point break, this beach is a surfer’s dream, especially at sunrise. It’s moments like these – riding the waves as the sun peeks over the horizon – that make Todos Santos a destination worth discovering.