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Los Cabos Magazine #37 - Summer 2014

22 LOS CABOS MAGAZINE | SUMMER 2014 Marbella Suites en la Playa allows couples to exchange vows right on the beach. Cabo San Lucas’s Médano Beach district, has partnered with its celebrated on-site restaurant, Bar Esquina, as well as Los Cabos Minister Services and Nautilus Dive Tech to offer customizable packages starting at less than $2,000 U.S. Wedding Corridor The sister cities of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo are connected by what’s known as the Tourist Corridor, a stretch of highway that lines the peninsula’s eastern edge and many of its finest hotels and restaurants, including some sensational wedding venues. Romance envelops Sunset da Mona Lisa (www.sunsetmonalisa.com), where iconic views of the sunset over Land’s End have inspired not only the restaurant’s name but also thousands of marriage proposals and countless weddings. The award-winning Pitahayas (www.pitahayas.com) is home to a celebrated menu of innovative Pacific Rim dishes, a rather magnificent palapa you’ll have see to believe, and a setting right on the beach. An experienced and friendly staff complements the stunning oceanfront location at De Cortez (www.decortezrestau rant.com), where you can wed on the beach, inside an intimate chapel, or under a blanket of stars. The Tourist Corridor hotel Marbella Suites en la Playa (www.marbellasuites.com) exudes traditional Mexican charm while offering all the necessary modern-day conveniences and first-rate service you could want. The boutique hotel is ideal for hosting the entire wedding party before and after your oceanfront wedding looking out at the Sea of Cortés. And the couples massages on the beach are not to be passed up. Land’s End Love the ocean? Take advantage of the Cabo San Lucas Bay’s calm waters and the glorious sunsets over Land’s End by Francisco Estrada


Los Cabos Magazine #37 - Summer 2014
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