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Let’s make something clear: There is no bad time to visit the dozens of beautiful beaches that dot Los Cabos. The sun shines more than 330 days a year, and, even in the depths of winter, daytime temperatures rarely dip below 75 degrees Fahrenheit. There’s something special about summer, however—some primal instinct that pulls us toward the nearest coastal oasis when the weather heats up for long, languorous days filled with sun, surf, seafood, cervezas, and sand castles. Here we share a guide to some favorite stretches of sand. Playa El Médano (Médano Beach) Why: Médano is king of the Cabo San Lucas beach scene: two miles of golden sand bounded by shops, restaurants, palapa-topped cantinas, and seaside luxury resorts. It is, thus, the center of Where to find sun, surf, and sand castles in Los Cabos the local social scene and the best place to find water-based rentals like kayaks and wave runners or to arrange adrenaline 48 Los Cabos Magazine | Summer 2016 racing adventures like flyboarding From Top: Joseph A. tyson; Rogelio Pérez By Chris Sands or parasailing. Médano reaches its peak of popularity during spring break, but it’s packed on a year-round basis with bikini- and board shorts-clad revelers. From top: Bahía Chileno (Chileno bay) is the most popular beach along the coastal corridor that connects cape cities Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo; and Médano is the most popular beach destination in Cabo San Lucas.


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