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Los Cabos, Mexico located on the southern tip of the Peninsula, has become a popular luxury tourist destination for paradise seekers from all over the globe. Growth in beautiful vacation properties along its breathtaking coastlines have since followed, making real estate in Los Cabos in high demand. Truly a unique destination, Los Cabos has been recoganized by the travel industry’s leading consumer and trade publications, Travel + Leisure and our amazing properties have been featured in world-wide publications like Architectural Digest, Robb Report and more. In fact, in 2011 Los Cabos was voted the No. 1 resort destination in Mexico by TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice Awards, an accolate dertermined annually by millions of real travelers and their reviews.
Even more exciting, in 2012 Los Cabos played host to an elite collection of international dignitaries and heads of state from the most powerful nations in the world as they convened at the new Los Cabos Convention Center at the 2012 G20.
With championship golf courses, award-winning hotels, renowned spas and retreats, delicious authentic restaurants, an exciting nightlife and a premier fishing and water-sport destination, Los Cabos continues to be a favorite destination for those who want to live the lifestyle that they’ve earned.
Why is it called Los Cabos?
Los Cabos is a Mexican municipality that is made up of the popular tourist destinations of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. The town of Cabo San Lucas is located at the southernmost tip of the Baja and tranlates to, “Cape of Saint Luke.” Just 18-miles away from Cabo San Lucas lies the town of San Jose del Cabo, which means, “Cape of Saint Joseph.” Together, the towns are referred to as, “The Capes” or in Spanish, “Los Cabos.” The area between the two towns is commonly referred to as, “The Corridor.” Airlines will sometimes refer to this resort destination as either Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo or Los Cabos — but no matter what you call it, we hope you call it your favorite Mexican destination.
Los Cabos is one of several municipalities of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, the southern half of the Baja Peninsula. Baja California Sur become a Mexican state in 1974, and incorporates several offshore islands. The state capitol is La Paz.
A Convenient Destination
A mere two-hour flight from many major U.S. cities, San Jose del Cabo is located approximately 15 minutes from the Los Cabos International San Jose Del Cabo Airport (SJD) and just 25 minutes from the tip of the Baja peninsula, or Land End, located in Cabo San Lucas.
Los Cabos is truly a blue-water paradise. Our pristine swimming beaches, 350 days of sunshine, deep-sea fishing and dramatic oceanfront settings serve as constant inspiration beckoning vacationers, homeowners and guests back again and again. Once you visit Cabo, it’s likely you come back again and again.