As an internationally acclaimed destination, Los Cabos features a host of world-class shopping, dining, art galleries and activities to enjoy. From the quaint charm of San Jose del Cabo to the bustling town of Cabo San Lucas, the team at Espiritu has compiled recommendations to assist with your next trip to the California Baja Peninsula.
A charming, open-air eatery in historic San Jose del Cabo serving tapas, pasta, fresh fish and steaks with an Argentinian spin.
In the heart of the historic San Jose art district, H Restaurant features a blend of international influences and innovative twists on Mexican classics in a refined, romantic atmosphere.
La Lupita Taco & Mezcal is located in the heart of the San Jose del Cabo Art District, featuring cuisine inspired by the flavors and traditions of Mexico with an artful selection of creative and innovative taco creations, an extensive cocktail menu, an array of mezcal selections and live entertainment Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
A new sophisticated, yet casual fine dining restaurant in the heart of San Jose del Cabo, La Patrona serves classically inspired cuisine on its spacious patio featuring a fire pit and bar, as well as in the climate controlled indoor dining room. By day, an extensive European deli-style menu is available for lunch.
An international shopping center featuring fine art galleries, specialty boutiques, a cafe/pizza bar and gourmet restaurants, a walk or golf cart ride away from the Del Mar communities.
San Jose’s ever-growing Gallery District is the cultural center of Los Cabos with high-end galleries displaying original art and jewelry from artists around the world.
High-end boutique mall located on the beautiful Cabo San Lucas Marina featuring Cartier, CH Carolina Herrera, Salvatore Ferragamo, Swarovski and more.
The annual deep-sea fishing tournament has been a Los Cabos staple for more than 30 years and holds the record for the largest cash payout in sportfishing history at over $4.1 million.
The international cycling event’s first race in Los Cabos, will welcome 800 to 1,000 athletes.
Triathletes race to complete the grueling Ironman along the corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, with swimmers beginning at Palmilla Beach next to Club Ninety Six.
Film industry luminaries from around the globe gather in Los Cabos every November for the yearly festival featuring the best in American, Mexican, Canadian, and international film.
A festive street party in San Jose del Cabo’s Gallery District featuring original works of art, live entertainment, fine Mexican wine and specialty hors d’oeuvres.
Thursdays from 5pm – 9pm, November – June
A lively event featuring delicious cuisine, organic fruits and veggies, live entertainment, and arts and crafts every Saturday from November – April in San Jose del Cabo.
Saturdays from 9am -3pm, November – April
This international festival of food and wine showcases gourmet offerings of local and international star chefs. The main event on the 5th features live music by Lila Downs, delicious cuisine and fine wine from some of Cabo’s top restaurants.
December 2-5 at the driving range at Club Campestre.
Del Mar Los Cabos kicks off each new year with an incredible celebration for homeowners and guests at the Club Ninety Six beach club.
A spectacular show offshore as the gray whales make their annual migration to the waters of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean.
January – March
Two weekends of eclectic sounds and a diverse array of performers spanning the rock, alt-country, and Latin genres held every January in the quaint town of Todos Santos.
The cultural event of the year featuring elite dancers from the world’s finest companies to the Pabellón Cultural Theatre in Cabo San Lucas.
June 3& 4, 2016
A celebration of architecture and cuisine, guests visit a collection of seaside residences available for sale, each paired with acclaimed local restaurants and Cabo’s best chefs. A festive after-party follows featuring specialty cocktails, gourmet cuisine, and live entertainment.
A private club located just outside the Palmilla community, the 18-hole Tom Fazio championship course spans 300 acres, carving its way through deep arroyos.