Beaches that are within the town  of Cabo San Lucas.

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Cannery Beaches, Cabo San Lucas 2004

Cannery Beaches
The Cannery Beaches are know by several names: Playa Coral Negro, Playa El Balcón, Playa Balconcito and Playa Escondida. These two beaches are the least used in the area, except by local families. They love it because they can keep a watchful eye on their children who can swim while mother and father fish from the pier above. Note: 2012 – The fishing pier was removed several years ago. The beaches, Playa Escondida and Playa El Balcón, are also known as the Cannery Beaches, because in year past these beaches flanked a pier (no longer) belonging to an old abandoned tuna cannery. The beaches are easy to access by walking along the west bank of the marina and are hard to miss. Photo: Cannery Beaches, Cabo San Lucas 2004

Playa el Balcon Cabo San LucasCoral Negro, Playa
The Cannery Beaches are know by several names: Playa Coral Negro, Playa El Balcon, Playa Balconcito and Playa Escondida. These two beaches are the least used in the area, except by local families. They love it because they can keep a watchful eye on their children who can swim while mother and father fish from the pier above. Note: 2012 – The fishing pier was removed several years ago. Playa el Balcon Cabo San Lucas 2014.

Divorce Beach, Playa Divorcio, Cabo San Lucas

Divorce Beach (Playa del Divorcio)
This stretch of clean white sand beach is located on the Pacific coast a short walk from Lover’s Beach, Playa del Amor. Divorce Beach or Playa del Divorcio is great for sunbathing and relaxing, but it is very dangerous to swim on this beach. There are strong currents, crashing waves and rips tides there. Stay out of the water along this beach. Divorce Beach is a great spot to take a long walk along the broad strand of beach. Things do get rough here at times, with waves knocking you off your feet. This awe-inspiring, secluded beach is not to be missed, but use caution.

Playa del Amor or Lover's Beach in Cabo San Lucas

Lover’s Beach (Playa del Amor)
Playa del Amor (Love Beach) or Playa del Amante (Lover’s Beach) also known as Playa Doña Chepa in earlier years is located on the Sea of Cortez side of Land’s End at Cabo San Lucas. Access is only by water taxi or glass bottom boat from the Cabo San Lucas marina, and from Médano Beach, where kayaks are also for rent. Use extreme caution as you exit and board the boats used for transport to this beach!  June 13, 2013 – Playa del Amor (Lover’s Beach) was named as one of the “Ten Best Beach in Mexico” by Travel Age West.

Aerial view of Medano Beach and town, Cabo San Lucas, September 2012.

Medano Beach (Playa El Médano) The Dune Beach
Medano Beach, encompassing two miles of beach, is the main safe swimming beach in Cabo San Lucas and the most popular. It begins at the east side of the harbor and extends along Cabo San Lucas Bay all the way to Villa del Palmar and Riu Palace Hotel.Medano Beach does not necessarily offer the tranquility of Santa Maria or Palmilla Beach but that’s what makes the beaches of Los Cabos so unique—there is a special place for everyone. Play volleyball, throw a frisbee with friends, or build a sandcastle with the kids—come and enjoy. Aerial photo taken September 2012.

Sunset at Pedregal Beach Cabo San Lucas

Pedregal Beach (Playa Pedregal)
Pedregal Beach fronts the Pacific Ocean at the base of the Pedregal real estate development. Access is through the main entrance of Pedregal off Boulevard Marina in downtown Cabo San Lucas. All Pedregal owners and visitors are able to access the magnificent exclusive Pacific Ocean beach on our western border. This beach is great for long walks and tranquil sunsets. A beautiful palm grove offers great shade. Photo: Pedregal at sunset.

Aerial view of Solmar Beach at Lands End Cabo in 2012- 2381_r2

Solmar Beach (Playa Solmar)
This wide stretch of white sand beach faces the Pacific Ocean and runs from the rocks at Land’s End to the base of Pedregal to the West. Along this stretch of beach you’ll find several hotels and resorts. For sunset lovers, romantics, walkers, and whale watchers, this is your beach. The currents, undertow and waves are very strong along the Pacific and swimming is extremely dangerous. Always be on the look out for rogue waves. Access to Solmar Beach is via any of the hotels and resorts along this stretch of beach. Aerial view of Solmar Beach,  2012.