Estero San José
Iglesia San José
The colonial-style Iglesia San José, built to replace the 1730 Misión San José del Cabo, faces the spacious Plaza Mijares.
Right on the plaza, this is a good spot for that evening glass of wine. The owner’s wife does the artwork that’s on display.
A delightful French-inspired spot with tasty breads and pastries, gelati (ice cream) that hits the spot on a hot day, and excellent...
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Lonely Planet review
Although the Puerto Los Cabos development is taking a devastating toll upon the San José estuary - especially near the ocean - it's still one of the town's most delightfully peaceful spots and a good place to squeeze in a little bird watching. It is, at least in name, a protected wildlife sanctuary and home to many bird species, including frigate birds, sparrow hawks, white herons and red-tailed hawks.
This protected wildlife sanctuary (at least by name) is home to many bird species, including frigate birds, sparrow hawks, white herons and red-tailed hawks. Near the corner of Benito Juárez, a palm-lined pedestrian trail, known as the Paseo del Estero, parallels Blvd Mijares all the way to the zona hotelera .