San José del Cabo Art Walk

Los Cabos continues to embrace its endemic traditions and international influences to grow as a hub of music, art and culture; celebrating the eclectic, authentic and innovative with zeal. Each Thursday evening between November and June, the San José del Cabo Art District hosts an Art Walk to allow locals and visitors alike to experience the works of the outstanding fine artists and artisans who live in the region. From film, music to culinary, these festivals keep growing with every passing year and gaining recognition on an international level.

Montage Private Transportation

Private airport transportation services are available at $160 USD plus tax each way, to be charged to your hotel account. For cancellations please allow a 24 hours notice to avoid any penalty charges. To arrange private transportation services, please contact the Concierge desk at +52 163-2000 ext. 5304.

Todos Santos ‘Pueblo Mágico’

The town of Todos Santos, is a natural paradise where desert meets the Sierra Laguna mountain range that is located on the Pacific Coast. Todos Santos with its rustic granite streets and multi-colored stained homes with beautiful gardens and green cactus throughout, has extraordinary views of the Pacific Ocean. Discover this UNESCO designated Biospehere Reserve, where hundreds of species of flora and fauna thrive. Enjoy the beautiful galleries and works of art by the many talented local artists. Experience the traditions of this ‘Magical Town’ that has stood the test of time.

El Triunfo

The mining ghost town of El Triunfo – once the largest town in Baja California Sur – that time seemed to have forgotten, is now regaining life. Wander through the old mining grounds where gold and silver were once found. Meander through the streets of the town and head to and the smokestack rumored to have been designed by Gustav Eiffel. Visit the museum, hike up to the mirador outlook and enjoy spectacular views of the town and then hike back and relax in the charming little cafes and restaurants by the cobblestone streets.

San José del Cabo

The historic colonial town of San José del Cabo’s downtown main plaza with its warm architecture, has become an Art District where you can find art from all over the world, but mainly Mexican traditional art and local creations, which makes it a great place for shopping and dining. Its picturesque world-class marina which faces the Sea of Cortez and stunning gold-sand beaches, home of some famous surf spots and wildlife.

Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas is a city located at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula where desert landscapes meet beautiful beaches. It is known worldwide as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico. Cabos San Lucas is known as the Marlin Capital of the world and the home of The Arch – ‘Land’s End’, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy live music and nightlife, explore open stall specialty food markets, or spend time in the artisanal handicraft shops searching out Talavera Style pottery and Taxco Silver jewelry. Cabo San Lucas has a world class marina that offers fishing, water sports and boat charters.