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Los Cabos Retirement Profile

Dominated by Americans, an expensive resort easily accessible from the U.S. Many stellar, albeit expensive properties and ocean diversions.

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Swimming
gorgeous hotel pools; ocean swimming limited Medano, Chileno, Sta Maria and a few other beaches

Surfing
Surf spots mainly outside the resort, on the Pacific near Todos Santos for example

Snorkeling
Bahia Santa Maria, but mostly up near La Paz (2 hours)

Diving
A few Los Cabos spots, but mainly at Cabo Pulmo, near La Paz

Bike Riding
Solves the expensive taxi problem ...

Fishing
Year round sportfishing, but fewer fish than in previous years

Hiking
Backed by mountains, a few operators offer hiking

Golf
The best courses in Mexico... and the most expensive

Kayaking
Some fun rides, but waves and wind can be an issue

Boating
Mainly fishing, but also sunset cruises and booze cruises

Sailing
Day cruises and charters combine sailing with other activities; classes

Good Food
Good food; more expensive than other resorts

Art
Half dozen galleries in San Jose; hours can be sporadic during low season

Jet Skis
Motorized water sports equipment in San Lucas and at corridor hotels

Club Scene
Dance on the bar, hang from a fish hook with party-hearty Americans

Reading
Beaches better for reading than swimming

Supermarket
Plenty of markets with items foreign and domestic

Sightseeing
Todos Santos, an hour away, has some cute shops, cafes and galleries

Tennis
Many of the hotels have a few clay or hard-surface courts

Handicrafts
Imported from elsewhere in Mexico, mainly, and China

Shopping
Plenty of high-end shops, but nothing to write home about

Desert
Desert meets the sea beauty

Mountains
Backed by the stark granite peaks of la Sierra de la Laguna

Town
An 18-mile hotel & beach corridor connects San Jose with party-hearty Cabo San Lucas

City
Growing daily but no real city feel

Dry
Very dry

Nature
The desert meets the sea in dramatic but dry scenery

Single
A real singles scene

Middle Class
This is a very expensive area.

Summer
August and September are the hottest months

All Year
About 110 degrees in the summer but it is a dry heat.

EnglishSpeaking
Due to its natural beauty and proximity to the border, Los Cabos is home to many expats as well as a hugh influx of tourists.

International Airport
Just north of San Jose del Cabo

Border
Two hours by plane from San Diego, California

Expensive Hotels
Most major chains represented, mainly luxury

Mid-Range Hotels
A few good moderately priced hotels

Budget Hotels
Slim pickings in the budget department

Camping/RV
Access to RV or tent sites limited

Weather
Hot and dry in the winters - 70 to 80 - sweltering in the summers - up to 110

Retire in Los Cabos

LOS CABOS LOCAL LISTINGS


single family home in Cabo San Lucas

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Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
(858) 200-6101 U.S.

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Cabo4you

Cabo San Lucas
Los Cabos, Mexico
+21216436104

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Pueblo Bonito Resort

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Los Cabos, Baja California Sur

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Cabo Condo for rent 2br 750 US/month

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Los Cabos, Baja California Sur

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LONG TERM RENTALS IN LOS CABOS

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Cabo
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
6241433873

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MARINA SOL CABO SAN LUCAS

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CALLE PASEO AL PESCADOR
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
6241433099

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Owner Financing Condo for Sell 127.000

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Hacienda Los Cabos - San Jose del Cabo
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
6241593259

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Casa Delfines La Jolla Sjc

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La Jolla Residential
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
624159259

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