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A Journey Into Paradise

Fodor's Covers Best of Cabo San Lucas Real Estate

05 February, 2013

Fodor’s has published a new “Insider’s Guide” to the best of everything that Cabo San Lucas has to offer,including food,accommodations and the best place to grab a fabulous cocktail on the beach. 

“There are more Americans living in Cabo than there are in LA,” writes Fodor’s. “Situated at the tip of the Baja Peninsula,where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez clash like boxing foes,this coastline laces through sun-bleached desert beaches and primordial mountains.”

The natural beauty that surrounds Cabo San Lucas real estate is just one of the many attractions that bring visitors back time and time again,including some of today’s hottest celebrities. Here,a wide variety of five-star hotels are just waiting to cater to your every whim,while visiting with the migrating whales offshore can provide a fun afternoon adventure and the weather is perfect year round. 

What more could any traveler hope for? Perhaps that’s why so many visitors wind up becoming expats and opt to purchase a second home,main residence or vacation home here or in one of Mexico’s other fabulous destinations,such as Puerto Aventuras,Playa del Carmen and Tulum. 

“An easy getaway from New York/Newark and easier from Houston,Phoenix and the West Coast,Cabo is where you want to be this winter,” Fodor’s raves. “Cabo’s concentration of timeshares and apartment-style hotels means kitchen-equipped accommodations are not hard to come by.”

Among the highlights from the insider tips is the city’s expat-run organic farmer’s market,which sets up Wednesday and Saturday mornings to sell Pacific lobsters,whole chickens and a wide variety of seasonal produce. If a daytime cocktail is on the agenda,Fodor’s recommends trying the Michelada,which is a refreshing blend of beer,tomato juice,lime and spices. Finally,when it comes to fine dining nothing reportedly compares to the experience at El Farallon,which sits perched atop the cliffs overlooking the sea and serves your choice from the day’s catch as the centerpiece of a set menu that also includes soup,appetizers and dessert.