know you came down for your passion be it sailing, kiting,
surfing or biking but did you know that San Carlos also serves other
interests. The area has long been host to educators
interested in geology, botany, zoology, marine biology and
anthropology. Many of our visitors enjoy hiking through the
desert, ascending to the mesa, beachcombing the miles of deserted
beaches or kayaking along the rocky
coastline. Wildlife abounds in the sea and in the desert.
The desert flora in spring display a blanket of vivid color that
should not be missed.
star gazing? At night, the sky is a blanket of stars and planets
with a rare vividness and clarity. Shooting stars, satellites
and distant electrical storms provide a slower paced relaxed
Baja is the last remnant
of the classic "Old West". San Carlos enjoys a rich,
colorful history of Spanish Missions, pirates, miners, cowboys and native
Americans both ancient and recent. There are many mysteries and
legends of the past that still linger today in local storytelling.
For those interested
in an emersion experience, our nearby friendly fishing village will
charm you with their customs, hospitality and exotic seafood.
There is always
something to do in San Carlos. Why not enhance your holiday
with a little exploring, there really is a lot to see and enjoy.