CABO SAN LUCAS MEXICO LUXURY VILLA RENTALS
The resort city of Cabo San Lucas lies at the tip of the 900 mile long Baja Peninsula, with the Sea of Cortez on one side, and the Pacific Ocean on the other. Cabo San Lucas (also known as Los Cabos, or simply Cabo), overlooks El Arco, the amazing natural-rock arch at the peninsula’s tip, and is the perfect place to take in the annual migration of whales from the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez to colder more nutrient rich seas to the north.
You’ll find miles of stunning beaches in Cabo, an array of activities and events, and warm weather year round. Wimco represents private villas in Cabo, along with several distinctive hotel resorts, and stands ready to help you plan an exciting vacation in Cabo.
VACATION IN CABO SAN LUCAS
Every winter, sun-starved Northerners flock to Cabo to enjoy its natural beauty and its appealing array of sun, surf, activities and nightlife. With your private villa, or hotel, as a base, you can take in activities ranging from sport fishing to golf, from gourmet restaurants to shopping, from kayaking to scuba diving. If its action you want, you’ll find it in Cabo!
For those who love golf vacations, Cabo boasts several world class golf courses in the 20-mile oceanfront “Corridor” between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Championship golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Tom Weiskopf, Robert Trent Jones, Jr, Pete Dye and others cross several elevations from the foothills to the oceanfront, with dramatic views from every hole.
Cabo has an excellent marina framed by the “Malecon”, a wide promenade along the marina ideal for strolling, jogging, or just hanging out. Marina Boulevard offers great shopping along the waterfront. Cabo now has gourmet restaurants that span all types of cuisine, from international to local. Many are conveniently located in the marina area. Choose from active restaurants lining the harbor, to bustling cafes in the old town, to romantic retreats with ocean views…it would take several vacations to cover all the dining options in Cabo.
You'll enjoy exploring the two distinct towns of Los Cabos: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Both are safe, clean, and offer modern services. English is spoken in hotels, restaurants, and most of the stores. San José del Cabo, the quiet side of the Los Cabos corridor, is known for its charming downtown area with 18th-century Spanish architecture, old-fashioned hospitality, and relaxed ambiance. San Jose’s signature town square features intimate courtyard cafés, galleries, and boutiques.