Todos Santos Mexico is a vibrant & active village that was initially founded as a Mission in 1724. Todos Santos is known for its artist’s colony and past as a sugar plantation town.
Todos Santos is approximately 50 miles north of Cabo San Lucas on highway 19. This is a beautiful one-hour drive through the mountains and along the ruggedly beautiful Pacific coast.
This small town has a history dating back to the early 1700s and was originally
the location of a Jesuit mission (the Mision Santa Rosa de las Palmas) and plantations that produced sugar
cane and mangos. At one time this area supported eight sugar mills.
Today Todos Santos is known for being somewhat of an artists colony with several shops featuring the work of local artists. Todos Santos is also known for the quality of the local fresh fruits and vegetables, hand
made furniture and some good surfing nearby.
Browsing the colorful shops and lunch at one of the outstanding restaurants will
prove to be time well spent.
Beaches – Beaches are at Punta Lobos- Playa Las Pocitas and Playa La Cachora- and Puerto Algodones La Poza- freshwater lagoon Playa La Postora
Fishing – The best way to go fishing from Todos Santos is to talk to the local panguerras. Renting a panga costs an average of $30 dollars an hour with 3 hour minimums. You can also surf cast from the shore for mackerel, sea bass, snapper and snook.
Shopping – Todos Santos shops offer a glimpse into the artistic community. With everything from arts and crafts to clothing shops to art galleries you will find that perfect something.
Surfing – The best time to surf in Todos Santos is the Winter. There a a few surf shops in town and some offer lessons.
Tours – Hiking and kayaking tours are very popular from Todos Santos.
Small Inns and Hotels in Todos Santos
Vacation Rentals In Todos Santos
Cafes and Delis