One of the most stunningly beautiful stretches of coast in Baja for its blue-green waters, white sandy coves and lack of construction. Great for kayaking and swimming, and many of the bays have palapas (thatch-roof structures) and camping areas. Road-trippers (particularly those in campers and RVs) often choose the shores as a final destination, and stay for weeks.
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Misión Santa Rosalía de Mulegé
Come to the imposing, stone hilltop Misión Santa Rosalía de Mulegé (founded in 1705, completed in 1766 and abandoned in 1828) for great photos of the site…