“What is the tourist corridor?”, you ask

“What is the tourist corridor?”, you ask

Once upon a time, this 20-mile stretch of coastline is where Pericú Indians fished, pirates plundered, and Jesuit missionaries sought to expand Spanish influence. Today, known simply as the corridor, the area boasts a four-lane highway that runs through the Los Cabos desert and parallels the sparkling Sea of Cortez, linking San José del Cabo to Cabo San Lucas.

Along the corridor, rocky outcroppings divide the coastline into a series of beautiful bays. Public beaches dot the coastline, from the pink sandy beaches of Santa Maria Bay, to the rugged coastline of Chileno Bay, and finally the lovely and swimmable Palmilla Bay.

Beyond the beaches and captivating views, golf is the area’s greatest draw as some of the most prestigious golf courses are found along the corridor. Cabo del Sol, Palmilla, Cabo Real, Querencia and Club Campestre San José are among the popular courses that have helped earn Los Cabos a reputation as a premier golf destination in Mexico.

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