There’s nothing more relaxing and rejuvenating than a day at the beach, and Rancho San Lucas offers you the best options for a sandy vacation in Los Cabos, Mexico.
This unique location just outside of Cabo San Lucas, on the tip of the Baja Peninsula, is where the desert meets the ocean. In the case of Rancho San Lucas, it overlooks the Pacific Ocean with many choices for beaches on site and nearby.
Rancho San Lucas is a new, luxurious 834-acre master-planned resort and residential community. It features the Grand Solmar a Rancho San Lucas Resort, as well as single-family homes, high-rise residences, and private estates, each elevated by oceanfront living.
While one of the main attractions is a golf course designed by professional golfer Greg Norman, the beaches and water activities are second to none.
The resort is located right on the Pacific Ocean, with spectacular stretches of beach and the chance to watch the sunset every evening. The swimming isn’t ideal, however, so Rancho San Lucas also offers its own extraordinary water features that make it ideal for every type of adventurer. A saltwater lagoon allows you to safely take part in activities just like you’re in the ocean, such as kayaking and paddleboarding, or simply floating and sunbathing.
If you want to venture off the resort, concierge services can help you locate other nearby beaches. In Cabo San Lucas, just 17 miles away, is Medano Beach, famous for its raucous bars close to the Marina.
But the beach itself is ideal for swimming, and also offers exciting activities like fly boarding and parasailing, and kayak and paddleboard rentals. You can also hop on a water taxi and ride to Land’s End and the sea lion colony that makes up the end of the Baja Peninsula. You can even do all your shopping without leaving the beach, as friendly vendors will stop by with traditional Mexican artisanal work, fun souvenirs, hats and sunglasses.
Head the opposite direction when you leave Rancho San Lucas and you’ll find Cerritos Beach, less than 50 miles from the community. This vast stretch of beach is one of the safest beaches on the Pacific Ocean side, great for swimming, and also an ideal location to learn to surf.
When you’re ready to feel the sand between your toes, there’s no better spot to do so than Rancho San Lucas in Los Cabos, Mexico.