Breaking news: It is an honor to share with you, our dear readers, that Los Cabos has added twelve beaches to the elite Blue Flag recognition list. This means there are a total of nineteen beaches worthy of this distinction. No wonder Los Cabos ranks as the top destination in Mexico for visitors!
Summertime is about to start! Would you like to spend some days on the beach soaking up the rays and relaxing with family and friends? Everyone who steps on the sands and swims in Los Cabos crystal-clear waters gets the same idea: this is paradise!
Not only are the beaches, incredibly beautiful and relatively crowd-free, the main reason why Los Cabos is considered a hot spot by travel experts. It’s also a destination surrounded by stunning landscapes, magnificent encounters with marine species, thrilling adventures, sophisticated resorts, perfect climate all year round, friendly people… just to name some benefits of visiting this adorable peninsula.
Blue Flag is a world-renowned eco-certification for beaches and marinas. When you see a Blue Flag flying, you know a beach or marina is clean and accessible; has great water quality; meets high safety standards; and is working hard to protect local shorelines and ecosystems.
Here is the list of beaches in Los Cabos that has been recognized with the Blue Flag certification: Acapulquito, Chileno, Corsario, Hacienda, Las Viudas, Palmilla, Santa Maria, La Ribera, Medano Breathless, Medano Casa Dorada. Medano Club Cascadas de Baja, Medano ME Cabo, Medano Pueblo Bonito Cabos, Medano Pueblo Bonito Rose, Medano Riu Palace Los Cabos, Medano Riu Santa Fe, Medano Villa Del Palmar, Medano Villa El Arco y Medano Villa La Estancia.
If you want to experience Los Cabos beaches and their wonderlands, exploring under the sea is a great plan. Los Cabos provides a temperate climate that makes snorkeling and scuba diving possible all year round.
With depths from 15 to 60 feet and a range of sea-life, including rays and puffer fish, this area ranks high on the list of popular dives. Fabulous snorkeling can be experienced in the East Cape where the coral reefs have grown exponentially since being declared a marine sanctuary.
Another must-dive are the coral reefs found in the Cabo Pulmo National Park and marine protected area. If diving at these depths are not on your bucket-list, try diving or snorkeling with the oceans largest shark, the whale shark, which is a gentle filter-feeder and can grow up to 30 feet long.
Now you know it! If you visit Los Cabos, you will have nineteen beautiful, clean, and comfort beaches to spend a day at with total relaxation in a safe area.