The deserted beach of Todos Santos in Baja California
On a trip with a planned tour to see multiple destinations we sometimes find places where you want to stop and rest. It is the case of Todos Santos in Baja California. As in the Sahara or Gobi desert, in Baja California there are also oases with springs and deep vegetation and Todos Santos represents the quintessential Mexican oasis not only for its palm trees but also for its street art and its leisurely pace.
We arrived in Todos Santos after exploring the south and east of Baja California installed in Cabo San Lucas. From the station buses depart approximately every two hours and cover the distance for 80 Mexican pesos and just one hour crossing the small towns of the Pacific coast like the endearing El Pesquero.
Upon arriving at Todos Santos we settled in The Hotelito. An endearing place removed from the center and a few minutes walk to one of the wildest, most surprising and uninhabited beaches we saw in the Baja California region. The hotel was built just six years ago and the humane treatment merges with a warm welcome watered with a good margarita, a great pool and a tastefully decorated rooms with all kinds of details.
The relaxed pool of The Hotelito