Located between the Sea of Cortez and the majestic Sonoran desert, you will find this beautiful fishing village that still retains its provincial air amid the comfort of the large tourist complexes that surround it.
Walking through the narrow streets of the Old Port is a delight, along its beaches, you can swim in its calm waters, practice water activities such as fishing, sailing, skiing, windsurfing, kayaking, snorkeling, or contemplate the beautiful Sonoran sunsets.
For lovers of diving, San Jorge Island is a Federal Protection Area, home to one of the most abundant populations of sea lions, as well as a refuge for migratory birds.
Another example worth seeing in the surrounding waters is the so-called “vaquita”, an endangered species that lives only in the Upper Gulf of California.
And if this were not enough, just 20 kilometers are enough to enter one of the seven Natural World Heritage Sites in Mexico, the El Pinacate Biosphere Reserve and the Gran Desierto de Altar, the heart of the Sonora Desert.