The Los Cabos Corridor (Corredor Turistico) is located in the Los Cabos Municipality of Baja California Sur, Mexico. The Corridor stretches for about 19 miles (30 kilometers) along the southern coast of the Baja California Peninsula, facing the Gulf of California on Highway 1 between San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas.
Thanks to its abundance of beach resorts, golf courses, and water sports, the Corridor is very popular with tourists and expatriates. Add high-quality lifestyle and mild temperatures, and you can see why the Los Cabos Corridor is such a desirable place to purchase a home.
The Corridor has many luxury condos and custom-built homes in gated communities, and new construction is booming. For most American expatriates, it is much more affordable to live here than in the United
States. The Mexican housing market is healthy too. And house prices are expected to keep rising, proving resilient despite the pandemic.
According to the Los Cabos Real Estate Market 2020 Q4 Market Report, during 2019 the residential average and mean prices rose 13.6% and 1.6%, respectively.
Los Cabos became a popular destination in the 1950s because of its sport fishing, stunning beaches, and affordable cost of living. Until then, the region had been pretty remote and undeveloped; soon, though, thousands of tourists and expatriates were pouring in, and a robust development was underway that continues to this day. Hotels and resorts now pepper the oceanfront, excellent golf and dining destinations abound, and the Los Cabos International Airport near San José Del Cabo greets travelers from all over the world.
You can’t visit Los Cabos without visiting the famous stone arch at Land’s End in Cabo San Lucas. Nestled between the Sea of Cortés and the Pacific Ocean, the naturally formed El Arco is synonymous with Cabo San Lucas, and you’ll find it on many a postcard and other souvenir.
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The Corridor is home to several world-class resorts, and more are being built. The luxury real estate market in Los Cabos is thriving as well. Whether you need a Los Cabos vacation rental, a retirement home, a commercial investment, or a second home for family vacations, you’ll find it in Los Cabos. And the process of finding and purchasing your ideal home is easier than you may think, especially with the help of an experienced Cabo realtor.
There are eateries in the Corridor to fit any budget. The local seafood is fresh, the ocean views are spectacular, and the farm-to-table movement is in full swing. To see which dining destinations and local dishes we recommend, check out our Guide to the Best of Cabo.
Many resorts have lounges and bars on site, and Cabo San Lucas is the place to be for dancing and clubbing. The Cabos also have festivals all year round, including the Fiestas Tradicionales de San José del Cabo, which honors the patron saint of the city; and a massive food and wine festival, Sabor a Cabo Food and Wine Festival.
A premier golfing destination for golf enthusiasts from around the world, the Corridor features more than a dozen courses with challenging layouts on both coastal and desert terrain. See our guide to our favorite golfing destinations in the Los Cabos area for our top recommendations.
Two of the major shopping destinations here are Plaza San Lucas and Las Tiendas de Palmilla near San José del Cabo. Plaza San Lucas features Walmart, Sam’s Club, and a variety of boutiques; just off the Carretara Transpeninsular are Costco and Home Depot. Las Tiendas de Palmilla (The Shoppes at Palmilla) is a high-end plaza filled with clothing boutiques, art galleries, and jewelry stores.