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Los Cabos

Los Cabos is a Mexican municipality that is made up of the popular tourist destinations of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Los Cabos is one of several municipalities of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, the southern half of the Baja Peninsula. Baja California Sur become a Mexican state in 1974, and incorporates several offshore islands. The state capitol is La Paz.

Since the 1970s, Los Cabos, located on the southern tip of the Peninsula, has become a popular luxury tourist desti-nation for paradise seekers from all over the globe. Growth in beautiful vacation properties along its breathtaking coastlines have since followed, making real estate in Los Cabos in high demand. Many of these real estate properties in Los Cabos are located in or between the communities of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.
A mere two-hour flight from many major U.S. cities, San Jose del Cabo and the city of Cabo San Lucas are joined together by a 20-mile stretch called, “The Corridor.” San Jose del Cabo is located approximately 15 minutes from the Los Cabos International San Jose Del Cabo Airport (SJD) and just 25 minutes from the tip of the Baja peninsula: Land End, located in Cabo San Lucas.

Los Cabos is truly a blue-water paradise. Our pristine swimming beaches, 350 days of sunshine, deep-sea fishing and dramatic oceanfront settings serve as constant inspiration beckoning vacationers, homeowners and guests back again and again. Once you visit Cabo, it’s likely you come back again and again.