Todos Santos is a quaint tourist destination in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Todos Santos is a town on the Pacific coast of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, backed by the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range. Popular with artists, it’s known for its many galleries. The modern Profesor Néstor Agúndez Martínez Cultural Center is housed in a former school and includes a local history museum. To the south, beaches like San Pedrito and Los Cerritos are known for their strong surf.
The Village of Todos Santos, vibrant and active was initially founded as a Mission in 1724. Later, it became a major sugar-cane producer. Todos Santos has long-been special. 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.
There is a wide array of quiet guest rentals to choose from and longer-term vacation homes for rent. There are many homes and lots on which to find your special place. We are a destination for our visiting whales. Our restaurants are very popular, serving creative cuisine with organic produce. Our fishermen provide us fresh seafood daily.
The ecology of this oasis, and the magnificent Sierra Laguna mountains, are the subject of many paintings, photographs, and memories.