Rees Jones has created TPC Danzante Bay, a brilliant 18-hole, multi-themed golf course that winds through valleys, streams, dunes and hills.
The extraordinary golf course is wrapped in panoramic views that showcase the natural beauty of the region. From every angle, the breathtaking images of the Loreto Islands and the surrounding Sierra de la Giganta Mountains will take your breath away.
Spending the days enjoying the sun and the sea on the golden sandy beaches, make this activity one of the favorite things to do in Loreto, Baja California. Here you will find some of the beaches that will make you fall in love with the peninsula, bathed by the crystalline waters of the Sea of Cortez, also called Gulf of California.
Here you can both relax and do various water activities such as snorkeling, paddle boarding and kayaking.
Thanks to the vast fishing production, the main ingredient of its dishes are fresh seafood.
Famous are the tatemadas chocolate clams, ceviches and lobster sausage.
Also its variety of atoles are as surprising as the contrast of its landscapes: poplar mushroom, mesquite pod, palmilla date, corn with beans, pine nut and even red chili with poplar mushroom, do you dare to try them?
One of the best things to do in Loreto is to make the most of its spectacular natural landscapes, made up of incredible semi-desert islands that you can visit on a tour.
One of the ecotourism activities you can do is mountain biking in the Sierra La Giganta, surrounded by a semi-desert landscape and deep canyons, as well as the history of its ancient inhabitants.
Without a doubt, the first thing to do in Loreto is to appreciate its charm and importance in Baja California.
Here you can admire the missions of Nuestra Señora de Loreto and Loreto Cochó.
We recommend taking the tour of the Route of the Missions, which starts here, in addition to the tours through downtown and the boardwalk.
Visit a series of nature’s secret wonders, which you can only experience in the Islands.
As you hit the beach, dive into a snorkeling paradise and tantalizing waters; also be sure to keep your eyes open for Baja bottlenose dolphins, manta rays, green sea turtles and other unique marine life encounters.