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Price and Availability Index for Cabo San Lucas
Holiday Letting Price Information in Cabo San Lucas
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Cabo San Lucas. Cabo San Lucas is most expensive in March (23/03 - 30/03), when prices are on average £272 a night. Prices decrease during one week of July (20/07 - 27/07), when average prices are £253.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Cabo San Lucas
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Cabo San Lucas with the graph above. The week with the least available rentals is in March (23/03 - 30/03), with only 57% of the rentals available. Conversely, 81% of the lettings are still available during a week in August (17/08 - 24/08).
The Weather in Cabo San Lucas
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Cabo San Lucas, with temperatures falling below 17°. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is January.
Cabo San Lucas Holiday Lettings for Your Mexican Dream Holiday
Cabo San Lucas is a Mexican city located at the far southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula. The city is known for its white sand beaches, marine life and associated scuba diving popularity, and its local flavor in its traditional cuisine. Cabo San Lucas has a rich culture and history that is best explored and experienced outside of the large resorts. Book a Cabo San Lucas holiday letting to experience the best of this idyllic location from your own Cabo San Lucas holiday home.
Arriving at Cabo San Lucas holiday homes
Air travel is the primary method of arriving to Cabo San Lucas. The area is served by the Los Cabos International Airport, which is located 30 to 45 minutes away from the city of Cabo San Lucas. The majority of American and Mexican airlines serve this airport as well as a select number of Canadian airlines, so travellers from the United States and Canada will find many options when searching online or through a travel agent. Holidaymakers can choose to rent a car at Los Cabos International Airport or take advantage of the numerous taxi and shuttle services that connect the airport to the heart of the city, where your Cabo San Lucas holiday letting is located.
Enjoy the ideal holiday climate of Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas has become a popular destination due to its wildlife and beaches as well as its ideal climate. The city enjoys a warm to hot climate all year round, with little precipitation during the summer months. The arid climate means that sea temperatures are also pleasant year round, providing ideal conditions for water activities such as swimming, scuba diving and snorkeling.
Enjoy the best of Cabo San Lucas’s natural surroundings
The region surrounding Cabo San Lucas offers plenty of natural wonders and associated outdoor activities. The tip of the peninsula has a dramatic vista where the Sea of Cortez meets the desert and mountains that extend inland.
In the area in and around Cabo San Lucas, holidaymakers will not have to look far to find something to do. The area offers opportunities for fishing, both off of piers and boats, parasailing off the coast, horseback riding in the desert and mountains, and relaxing with the whole family on white sand beaches.
Cabo San Lucas is a wildlife haven, with the Sea of Cortez being home to scores of impressive tropical fish and animals. Scuba diving off the coast of Cabo San Lucas is a thrill for both experienced and amateur divers. There are options available for independent diving as well as full day or multi-day guided courses.
Though it's unlikely that you will tire of the warm water and soft white sand, Cabo San Lucas also offers numerous inland activities, including some of the best golf courses in the world. Enjoy a relaxing few rounds and be treated to gorgeous views of the dramatic Los Cabos coastline.
Gastronomical delights of Cabo San Lucas
After a long day of exciting outdoor activities, you can relax at one of many celebrated Mexican restaurants in the city, or enjoy fresh produce to cook at your home-away-from-home in your Cabo San Lucas holiday letting .
Fresh seafood, including shrimp, oysters and octopus, is abundant in Cabo San Lucas. Vacationers can enjoy a walk through the city’s modern streets and be treated to delicacies such as fresh fish ceviche, tacos with homemade tortillas, and hot and cold shrimp dishes. Restaurants and cafés with good prices are found throughout the city and frequently offer menus in both Spanish and English.
If you prefer to relax in the comfort of your Cabo San Lucas holiday letting , and eat on your own private terrace on the warm Mexican evenings, there are many opportunities to buy fresh fruits and vegetables as well as fish and other meat to cook at home. The local bodegas and mercados, often with bright and colorful storefronts, offer low prices and an authentic Mexican shopping experience. Due to its popularity, Cabo San Lucas also is home to larger grocery and department stores, offering all of the creature comforts you could possibly need for your stay in a Cabo San Lucas holiday letting .
Places to visit in Cabo San Lucas
Marina Cabo San Lucas
The marina houses luxury yachts, trendy restaurants and boutiques with an ocean view and exclusive night clubs.
Boat tours, water sports and fishing, are just a few of the daytime options on the marina.
Cabo Pulmo National Park
This area of protected nature brings together mountains, desert landscapes and beaches, as well as a colorful coral reef in the ocean's bay.
Off the beaten track, Chileno beach does not have any noisy restaurants or bars to disturb the quiet beauty of nature.
Bring your own food and enjoy a picnic on this idyllic beach that is also popular for snorkeling.
Santa Maria Beach
This quiet beach is another beloved snorkelling destination, but bring a parasol as there are no shady spots.
Arch of Cabo San Lucas
The Arch of Cabo San Lucas is a beautiful rocky sculpture created by erosion where sea lions come to rest.
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