Playa Punta Lobos
Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Local fisherman launch their pangas in the waves at the local beach several miles outside of Todos Santos. Playa Punta Lobos, named for a colony of sea lions, is clearly marked by an access sign on the highway at Km. 54. After several kilometers, you’ll spot the landmark rocky promontory and lighthouse. There is a small freshwater lagoon at Punta Lobos with a shrine to the virgin. There is also a deserted cannery at the beach’s eastern end. The beach is long and perfect for strolling. Swim with caution. In the early afternoon, watch the panga fleet returning.
Access: Km. 53.9 – Just past the Km 54 marker, follow this dirt road about 1.7 miles to Playa Punta Lobos. There are several paths that will lead to different sections on the beach.
Punta Lobos Beach - Playa Punta Lobos