The city of San Jose del Cabo boasts with a typical Spanish colonial atmosphere, with many historic buildings from the 18th and 19th century, as well as plenty of artistic, natural and gastronomic joys. There are many open tours, such as Thursday night Art Walk, providing visitors with information on the town’s numerous galleries. The local agencies also offer various cruises, which is a lovely way to get to know the place and admire its beauty.
Natural tourism is equally active, so you can choose between zip line tours by Canopy Costa Azul Xtreme, golfing, diving, fishing, kayaking, sailing, horseback riding, hiking or watching whales and sea lions. If you are looking for remote beaches, away from the usual crowd, rent a car and visit Chileno, Palmilla or Santa Maria, beautiful, but more isolated places where you can spend your afternoons more quietly.
San Jose del Cabo is also one of the finest destinations when it comes to dining, featuring various first class restaurants with a very rich, diverse menus. Some of those are Habanero’s Gastro Grill and Tequilla Bar, Mi Casa, French Riviera Bistro and Bakery and Huerta los Tamarindos.
As for nightlife, San Jose del Cabo offers many different types of clubs, like Deckman’s, famous for its salsa dancing or a beachfront standout Zipper’s. You can also visit Beja Brewing Company, which is Baja’s only microbrewery. It is offering samples of their famous drinks to guests, such as the legendary Escorpion Negro or Cabotella. However, the nightlife in Jose del Cabo is a bit tamer than its neighbouring cities, and is mostly about relaxation, good food and drink, rather than wild parties. The town is also a host to some of the best resort spas in Mexico, so, while there, make sure you try this wonderful, beneficial health experience.