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La Paz


Although not quite as popular among the tourists who visit the Corridor, La Paz offers many nice hotels, shops and beaches, and a very relaxed and hospitable atmosphere. It is quite a cosmopolitan city with modern amenities. Surrounded by the spectacular natural beauty of the desert and the Sea of Cortez, La Paz boasts its own international airport and a variety of entertainment options. Take a leisurely stroll along the scenic malecón, enjoy the many delicious dining options, check out the lovely Our Lady of Peace Cathedral across from the town plaza, or take in the local color at the Mercado Municipal Madero where vendors sell everything from fresh fruit to trinkets. La Paz also features a car/passenger ferry which runs back and forth to mainland Mexico.

The water is warm here and the fishing and scuba diving are some of the very best in all of Baja. The waters surrounding La Paz are a dream for fishermen, divers, kayakers and snorkelers alike. Kayakers enjoy exploring the isolated coves of nearby islands. Fishermen find prize marlin, roosterfish, dorado, tuna and wahoo in seasonal abundance.

Outside of La Paz, you’ll find outstanding private villas along the spectacular coastline. Nestled in beachfront locations along the aquamarine waters of the Sea of Cortez, these luxurious villas offer unparalleled privacy and luxury.


La Paz Accommodations  

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Thirty minutes from La Paz, Rancho Las Cruces is a gracious resort community with an Old World sense of style. Many Hollywood greats built their second homes here, including Bing Crosby and Desi Arnaz whose charming Hacienda Santa Cruz is available as a vacation rental. At the Bay of Dreams, about an hour from La Paz, spectacular villas line the sugar-fine beaches along the aquamarine waters. More