3 of the Best Loreto Mexico Beaches

Saltwater and sandy beaches bring tranquility and healing to the soul while providing families with space to run freely and play all day. Taking a holiday to the beaches in Loreto Mexico is an escape from the hustle and bustle of work and daily life. Here in paradise, you can slow down and stroll along the crashing surf, taking in views of the Islands of Loreto and perhaps even spotting humpback whales swimming out at sea.

Each of the Baja California beaches has its own distinct landscape and vibe, so visiting different beaches during your vacation will show you more to love in Loreto.

Best beaches in Loreto, Mexico:

1. Downtown Loreto Beach "La Darsena"

One of the most popular beaches in Loreto Mexico is in the heart of downtown where families and friends gather to build sandcastles and have picnic lunches. Frisbees and volleyballs are passed between friends, and children scamper along the edge of the water hunting for shells. At this Loreto beach, it’s safe to swim, and kayaking and snorkeling are also popular activities. You can also stroll along the malecon boardwalk that runs along the beach. If you’re looking for Baja California beaches that are close to a downtown area with coffee shops and bars without being crowded with tourists, the main beach at the center of downtown Loreto is perfect for your vacation.

Get directions to this beach.

Loreto Mexico Downtown Main Beach

2. Ensenada Blanca

More secluded Loreto Mexico beaches are at your fingertips if you’re looking for a romantic sunset stroll or to discover schools of tropical fish. At Ensenada Blanca in front of Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto, the calm waters and shady palms provide the tranquility and serenity needed on vacation. As you sit on this Loreto beach, you can look out at Danzante Island and smaller volcanic islands rising majestically out of the sea. Of all the beaches in Loreto Mexico, Ensenada Blanca has the most stunning views, and its crystal clear waters teeming with tropical fish are waiting for snorkelers to come explore under the sea.

Get directions to this beach.

Ensenada Blanca Beach Loreto Mexico

3. Honeymoon Beach on Danzante Island

Some of the best Loreto Mexico beaches are only accessible by boat. Out on the islands, you can discover clear waters and panoramic views of the land and sea. You can walk along the white sands or dive into the turquoise sea at Honeymoon Beach on Danzante Island. It’s one of the most gorgeous Baja California beaches, but it is a small beach. If you’re planning on going with kids who want to run around or if you’re looking for a place to stroll, you might want to spend the day at one of the other Loreto Mexico beaches. However, for incredible photos, a secluded spot to relax, and sparkling water to swim in, Honeymoon Beach on Danzante Island is just a boat ride away.

Loreto Mexico Honeymoon Beach

The beaches in Loreto Mexico are some of the most beautiful in the country without the crowds of other tourist destinations. While you could easily spend your vacation at just one of these incredible beaches, explore the different shorelines, and they’ll dazzle you with their natural beauty and serenity.

Other Beaches in Loreto, Mexico

  • La Picazón. Located at the northern end of the Loreto Bay National Marine Park. La Picazon is a beautiful pebble beach with ideal conditions for snorkeling. This area has a rich marine life, including dolphins, sea turtles,  sea lions, and variety of reef fish. This beach directly faces Coronados Island. Get directions to this beach.
  • La Salinita. A sandy beach located at the southern end of Loreto, Mexico. La Salanita Beach is mainly frequented by local people (Loreto natives) on the weekends. It is also one of the most productive areas for clamming in the Loreto Bay National Marine Park. It has a beautiful estuary with exciting bird watching. Get directions to this beach.
  • Mil Palmas. Located north of Loreto. Although Mil Palmas Beach is a pebble beach, it’s sandy shelf is ideal for fishing for clams. It also has a beautiful view of Coronado Island. Get directions to this beach.
  • Nopolo. The community of Nopolo, located at the south end of Loreto,  is one of the most important tourist developments in the region. The development includes a golf course, tennis courts,  stores, restaurants, and boat rental. Get directions to this beach.
  • La Negrita. This beach is used by local fishermen of Loreto, Mexico. It is a sandy and small pebbles beach where you can enjoy the morning walks and sunsets. This beach is also used by residents and tourists to stroll with their pets. Get directions to this beach.
  • Juncalito. This is a fishing village characterized by its tranquility and it’s natural setting. Juncalito has both rocky beaches and sandy beaches and the water is clear and calm. Here you can camping, snorkel, kayak, go rapelling, and sport fishing. This beach is located inside of Loreto Bay National Marine Park. Get directions to this beach.
  • El Quemado. Playa el Quemado is a beach located south of Puerto Escondido, to which both local and foreign campers arrive. Get directions to this beach.
  • Ligüi. This is a dark sandy beach used by local fishermen as a boarding and landing site. It is also a recreational beach where you can snorkel. Get directions to this beach.
  • Playa Oasis. This beach is located at the southern end of the boardwalk of the city of Loreto, it has an extension of 332 meters that are appreciated by tourists and locals. Get directions to this beach.


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