The palm- and mangrove-lined Río Mulegé, with its delta, birds, wildlife, snorkeling and diving, makes Mulegé a great stop for the outdoorsy or for those with kids. The ancient mission and town square give the town a quiet charm that’s fast disappearing in other parts of Baja. Despite the new eyesore at the entrance to town and the fact that it finally has a bank/ATM, Mulegé still feels like part of yesteryear.
Most services are on or near Jardín Corona, the town plaza. Bancomer and the ATM are on Zaragoza between Martinez and Madero. To get online try Carlos’ Place (per hr M$30;