It traverses crystalline and snow-white mountains in the largest open-air saltworks in the world: Exportadora de Sal. Located in Guerrero Negro, the company allows interesting guided tours in which you can get to know a unique ecosystem. Ideal for those who love to be surprised by nature.
A charming town that keeps the heroic past of the state. From there a battle was fought against the American invasion of 1847, which resulted in the withdrawal of the troops of Lieutenant Tunis A.M. Craven. Today, you can visit its beautiful volcanic stone mission; the old prison without bars (unique in its kind) and the incredible beaches of Bahía Concepción.
Place of white sand coves protected by large crags. Among its best beaches are Punta Prieta, Punta Arena, Santispac, Eco-Mundo, La Escondida, El Burro, Requesón and Coyote. Ideal for kayaking, sailing and good snorkeling.
Laguna Ojo de Liebre, sanctuary of the gray whale and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, has 360 kilometers of extension and is one of the best places in the world to go to meet the mythical gray whale. Whales and whales, accustomed to the visit of man, will make your arrival a party and that day one of the most unforgettable of your life.
BIOSPHERE OF VIZCAÍNO
Two and a half million hectares with lagoons, giant dunes, diverse ecosystems, endemic species and unique scenarios. Undertake adventure through its roads, gaps and trails; navigate its lagoons and reach the top of its mountains; is to enter the largest reserve in Mexico and one of the most important in America. Explore it!
A mining town by nature, Santa Rosalia is a unique place in Mexico. Built by the French company El Boleo in 1884, this quaint little town maintains its original architecture of wooden houses with gabled roofs.
Being in Santa Rosalía is a true journey into the past that you will love: your old locomotive; the small church designed by Gustav Eiffel and the aroma of traditional bread that invades the streets, makes your trip an unforgettable one.
MISSION OF SAN IGNACIO
Located in the town that bears his name, San Ignacio de Kadá Kaamán is a volcanic stone temple adorned by a dated bas-reliefs and niches with figures of saints. The Jesuits began the construction that was completed in 1786 by the Dominican Juan Cristóstomo Gómez, so its architecture is very different from the rest.
Mulegé's paintings are some of the most impressive in the world. Nestled in the Sierra de San Francisco, they have up to 4 meters high and about 10 thousand years old. In red and black human and animal figures transmit the magic-religious thought of the first inhabitants of the continent.