03Jan2011 - Los Cabos - Around the Resort
At the southern tip of Mexico's magnificent peninsula lies Los Cabos, a resort mecca blessed with a perfect climate. It is here the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortes come together, creating a rich marine eco-system unrivaled in diversity and beauty.
Los Cabos collectively refers to two picturesque towns, Cabo San Lucas at the southern tip and San Jose del Cabo twenty miles to the northeast, separated by a resort corridor that boasts luxurious world-class hotels and golf resorts. The coastline is a stretch of white-sand beaches and stunning, wild desert landscapes. Cabo San Lucas, known for its white sand beaches and "El Arco", a natural rock formation arch at Land's End at the southernmost tip of the magnificent Baja Peninsula, offers great nightlife full of excellent restaurants and nightclubs. "El Arco" is Cabos' signature landmark. On the other hand, San Jose del Cabo is known for its more sedate, cultural ambience.
Hola Grand Faro Resort - Los Cabos, Mexico
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