Taking the Transpeninsular Highway from the South to the North is bumping into towns that seem trapped in time; magical places where you may find remains of a glorious past. Gold mines that left behind large chimneys which still stand proud; sugar mills that left behind beautiful town houses, a museum and a theater; a French town with a particular charm, where the smell of freshly baked bread is a given. Oases, stories and secrets. A thousand legends of magical towns waiting to be discovered by you.
Up on a hill, surrounded by palm groves along the Pacific Ocean, is a mission that welcomes the sea breeze. Todos Santos is a magical place with charming
local people. Its theater on the main square was built in the time of sugar mills, and it was a significant cultural center for many, many years.
Today, its cosmopolitan ambiance, art galleries, quaint buildings and top restaurants have made Todos Santos a must-stop among travelers.
A colorful town full of fruit trees, a small mission site, and a canyon through which fresh water runs all year long in the middle of an oasis, are some of the things you’ll fall in love with.
Some people say that the town of El Triunfo, during its golden years, used to be the most important city of the territory with a population of over 4,000 people.
The mining company El Progreso, established in 1878, brought modernity to the desert by building a 45-meter tall chimney, which remains intact as a symbol of its past.
At the foothills of the enigmatic Cerro del Pilón you may find two towns that share the same river and an oasis. Lands where mission wine is produced from the very same vines brought by the missionaries. Ideal places for mountain biking, hiking, and learning more about the traditional lifestyle of the South Baja ranches.
A mining town, Santa Rosalía is a unique place in all of Mexico. Founded by the French Company El Boleo in 1884, this lively little town has kept its original
architecture of wooden houses with gable roofs.
Being in Santa Rosalía feels like a journey to the past: an old locomotive, a small church designed by Gustav Eiffel and the smell of its famous sweet bread will make your trip truly unforgettable.
At the heart of the peninsula of Baja California Sur, Loreto is located. One of the most amazing tourist destinations of Mexico. Offers nature and culture an ideal space to flatter and surprise visitors. Cradle of Western civilization on the peninsula of California, Loreto was the broadcast center of Jesuit and Spanish culture in this desert portion of Mexico. From there, the long journey of evangelization and the civil settlement of Baja and Alta California, you will find notable examples of mission architecture in Loreto and the surrounding área.