Resort on Quiet Surfing Beach with Spacious Ocean-View Condos
Thanks to its shallow water and consistent breakers, Cerritos Beach is a favorite spot for both beginning and veteran surfers. It's also one of southern Baja’s only swimmable beaches, drawing celebrities such as Tommy Lee and Adam Sandler. Rising from the beach's sloping shore, the Sol Pacifico Cerritos hotel stretches across this secluded waterfront, with condo-style suites offering sweeping Pacific Ocean views.
Inside the midrise hotel's spacious one- and two-bedroom condos, you’ll find elegant decor in the form of hand-painted wall murals, exotic vases, and stone vessel sinks. Each condo includes a living area, full kitchen, separate dining space, and sun-soaked balcony.
At 295 feet long, the hotel's infinity pool is one of the Baja region’s largest solar-heated pools. Its features include a small, landscaped island, a natural-stone water fountain, and a formidable armada of rubber duckies. Padded adirondack chairs and grass-roof tiki huts surround the perimeter, but the best seats are loungers that attach to the edge of the pool, allowing guests to dip their toes into the water.
Pescadero, Mexico: Quiet Fishing Town Famous for Surfing Beaches
Bordered by the Sierra de la Laguna, the small fishing village of Pescadero is located on the Baja peninsula, 40 miles north of Cabo San Lucas. The town's laid-back Cerritos Beach Club organizes kayak rentals, fishing trips, and waterfront ATV rides. Inside the club's grass-roof bar, you can sample traditional Baja fare, such as cilantro fish alongside a glass of Tequila Cerritos from the Blue Agave farming region. On Sundays, the bar buzzes with live music.
A 10-minute drive from the hotel takes you to Todos Santos, an artists' village dotted with unmarked dirt roads and quiet surfing beaches. Founded as a mission in 1724, the town had become Mexico's sugar-cane capital by the late 19th century, supporting eight sugar mills. Today, Todos Santos nurtures its creative community with art galleries and annual film festivals.
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