Posts Categorized: Three-Day Getaway

Three-Day Getaway: Todos Santos

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It’s no secret that Todos Santos is one of the chicest destinations on the Baja peninsula. Since ex-pat artists discovered the colonial town in the 1980s, Todos Santos has carried a sense of sophistication and an understated cool factor that eludes other parts of the peninsula. Todos Santos is one of Baja’s three pueblos mágicos… Read more »

Three-Day Getaway: La Paz

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By Jennifer Kramer As the capital of Baja California Sur, La Paz is a city that seemingly has it all. With culture and history to see, beaches to enjoy, and islands to explore by land and sea, there’s plenty for visitors to discover. Locals refer to La Paz as a large city with an authentic small-town… Read more »

Three-Day Getaway: San Felipe

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By Jennifer Kramer Located just 2.5 hours south of the border, San Felipe is a small fishing village on the Sea of Cortez that has grown into a popular spot for expats and tourists. With its proximity to the U.S., San Felipe is perfect for weekend travelers coming to enjoy the relaxed Baja lifestyle. Fish… Read more »

Three-Day Getaway: Rosarito

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By Jennifer Kramer Located just a half hour south of the San Ysidro border, Rosarito has been a favorite weekend escape for decades. The beautiful beach and small town have always attracted summer visitors who come to relax on beach, surf the great breaks, and enjoy fresh seafood. And with a new underwater dive park,… Read more »

Three-Day Getaway: Ensenada

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By Jennifer Kramer As temperatures heat up this time of year on the rest of the peninsula, Ensenada stays comfortably cool with its mild climate and Pacific breezes, making it the perfect summer escape. Just a two-hour drive from San Diego, Ensenada is an easy getaway that offers a little something for everyone. There’s the world surf… Read more »

Three-Day Getaway: Loreto

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By Jennifer Kramer Nestled between the Sea of Cortez and the Sierra de la Giganta mountain range is the quaint, picturesque town of Loreto. The town’s historic plaza, examples of colonial architecture, and California’s oldest mission (in both Baja and Alta), provide a magical background for this Baja destination. Appropriately enough, Loreto was designated a… Read more »