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Secrets Of Todos Santos
The Village of Todos Santos is a wonderful, artistic and beautiful community located on the Pacific Coast of Mexico’s famous Baja Peninsula.
The story of the village begins in 1733 at Misión Santa Rosa de las Palmas with Father Jaime Bravo. Father Bravo founded the mission, (also known as the Todos Santos Mission) with fellow Roman Catholic Jesuits.
Later, it became a major sugar-cane producer. Todos Santos has long-been a special place in the hearts of thousands of residents and millions of visitors. Our Church, Theater, Cultural Center & Museum and so many historic buildings are often open to the public, especially during the Historic Homes Tour. Organizations hold seminars and workshops here. A popular Art Festival is held annually. Magazines hold shoots and photo-spreads. We are a destination for our visiting Whales. Our Restaurants are very popular, serving Creative Cuisine with organic produce. Our fishermen provide us with fresh seafood daily from the clean and wonderful ocean waters. The ecology of this oasis, and the magnificent Sierra Laguna mountains, are the subject of many paintings, photographs, and memories. If you have a golfer in the family, we have some of the best golf courses in Mexico (if not the whole world)
Getting To Todos Santos: Plane, No Train, But AutomoBILE
How you arrive in Todos Santos can depend on a number of factors. It’s very close to the airport San Jose Cabo (SJD), and that is likely the most common way for people to arrive.
Stumble on Peaceful Places and People
With a population of under 10,000 year-round residents, Todos Santos still has that quaint peaceful Mexican village family feel to it.