Cabo San Lucas Beaches at Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos Resort
Cabo San Lucas Beaches
Visit the best beaches in Cabo when you vacation at Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos beach resort. From El Médano beach, where the hotel is located, to Lover's Beach at El Arco and tranquil bays near San Jose del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas beaches offer spectacular scenery, fun in the sun and fun things to do.
Cabo San Lucas Beachfront Hotel. Finding family beaches in Cabo San Lucas doesn't get an easier than at Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos resort. Our prime beachfront location on El Médano beach offers unlimited access to one of the best beaches in Cabo for swimming, water sports and sunbathing on the beach. Guests at Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos also have privileged access to our private beach seating complete with shade umbrellas and comfy lounge chairs. Enhance your Cabo San Lucas beach vacation with a fantastic Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos vacation package.
Lover's Beach. At the base of the famous El Arco landmark is Lover's Beach. This popular beach is accessible by water taxi from the Cabo San Lucas marina and from El Médano beach. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy a relaxing break at this picturesque beach. Lover's Beach is located on the Sea of Cortez side of Land's End, or El Arco. Strong ocean currents on the Pacific side of the beach makes swimming inadvisable. Lifeguards are not on duty at Lover's Beach.
El Médano Beach. The main beach of Cabo San Lucas is El Médano Beach. Fronting Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos, El Médano Beach bustles with activity day and night. Typically calm waters make El Médano one of the safest swimming beaches in Cabo San Lucas. Vendors selling souvenirs and snacks walk the beach tempting visitors to barter for goods. El Médano Beach also features water sports rental equipment, restaurants and bars, and miles of beach for long walks or jogging.
Santa Maria Beach - Playa Santa Maria. Tucked amid a quiet bay near San José del Cabo, Santa Maria Beach is wonderful departure from the bustling activity of Cabo San Lucas tourist beaches. Santa Maria Beach is best known for snorkeling. The waters here are part of a protected marine sanctuary. Santa Maria is also popular among scuba divers as a calm entry point into the Sea of Cortez.
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