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When you don’t have time for a full week of vacationing, a quick weekend getaway is the perfect way to recharge and take a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Located just a couple of hours across the border between California and Mexico, Loreto Baja California is the ideal destination for travelers looking to sink their toes into the sands of paradise for a weekend. With direct flights from Los Angeles and other major transportation hubs, getting to your Loreto Mexico vacation is quick so that you can spend more time soaking up the sunshine. When you have just three days, a balance of relaxing and adventurous things to do in Loreto Mexico will give you the perfect taste of paradise before you return home.
The sandy beaches and the Sea of Cortez make Loreto vacations both exciting and tranquil. Make your first day in Loreto Baja California a day at sea. Start your morning off with a calming walk along the shoreline, listening to the gentle crash of the waves and the call of seagulls overhead.
Then, get ready to see what lies under the surface of the water. On summer Loreto vacations, scuba diving and snorkeling around the Islands of Loreto is the best way to spot tropical fish, sea turtles, and other sea life. With warm temperatures and clear waters, this is the perfect season for these popular things to do in Loreto Mexico.
In the winter, whale watching is one of the most popular activities in town. From your boat, you’ll be able to spot grey and humpback whales breaching the surface of the water and waving their tails before diving back down. Finish your day off with a meal of freshly caught seafood and a bottle of Mexican wine.
Taking time to learn about the city’s history and culture is one of the most important things to do in Loreto Mexico. Without leaving the city, you can step back in time at Mission Loreto, the church that was at the heart of the first permanent Spanish settlement in Baja California. After marveling at the paintings and statues that adorn this classic Mexican church, stop in the museum next door, where you can learn more about the pirates, conquistadores, and tribes that make up Loreto’s colorful history. For history buffs and adventure seekers, the path through Loreto’s history will take you out of town.
After a drive through the wild beauty of the mountains, explore the ruins of another mission in San Javier. You can also take a tour out of the city to hike to La Pinguica, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where ancient cave paintings have been preserved. As you tour the site, your guide will teach you about the historical significance of the paintings and about the natural flora and fauna that surround you. After a day of learning about history and culture on your Loreto Mexico vacation, sit down to a dinner of authentic Mexican cuisine and try something new.
Spend your last day in Loreto playing and pampering yourself. Start your day with one of the popular things to do in Loreto Mexico that will get your blood pumping. Head to the hills for hiking or ATVing, and explore more of the natural landscape.
One of the reasons why Loreto vacations are so popular is the award-winning TPC Danzante Bay Golf Course, designed by legendary golf architect Rees Jones. For the first several holes, golfers will play into the canyons and valleys behind the city before returning to the beaches and cliffs overlooking the Sea of Cortez.
After playing in Loreto, it’s time to pamper yourself before your return home. Spend the afternoon cooling off in the resort pool while sipping a fresh margarita, or for the ultimate pampering, treat yourself to an afternoon at Sabila Spa. The variety of signature treatments makes this award-winning spa the perfect place for the final afternoon of your Loreto Mexico vacation.
End your day at Danzante Restaurant, the premier dining in Loreto. Order from fine cuts of meat, classic Mexican favorites, and the chef’s specialties to celebrate the end of a fabulous trip to Loreto Baja California.
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