101 places, monuments, beaches, foods and experiences in Baja California. Tijuana, Mexicali, Ensenada, San Quintin, Guerrero Negro, Laguna de San Ignacio, Loreto, La Paz, Todos Santos, Cabo San Lucas: this land is a veritable goldmine of revelations.
Alongside the most typical postcard-like images of the art and natural wonders, you will find the folklore and handicrafts, the culinary delicacies and the cocktails, the small unknown jewels which enrich the panorama made of people and stories, rocks and sea, mythology and tradition.
Baja California is uncompromising.
It is a 1,220-kilometer-long peninsula of desert and cactus, with the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Sea of Cortez on the other, beaten by strong winds, eroded by gigantic waves, and made incandescent by hot summers.