Viva Los Cabos
Head for a long weekend on Baja's southern tip
At its busiest, Cabo San Lucas can seem a lot like LasVegas: a little too crowded, a little too boisterous. At least,that’s the rap the once-sleepy fishing village got in the early1990s, when late-night hangouts like El Squid Roe drew flocks tothe tip of Baja California.
Although the nightlife scene is still vibrant, we found plentyof options for couples and families interested in kicking back at aquiet resort or wandering a bit afield for a more authentic Mexicanexperience.
If you haven’t visited in a while, you’ll be surprised by thenumber of first-rate resorts. In the last few years, hotel andcondo developments have spread themselves out on bluffs above theSea of Cortez along the 18 miles of coast ― known as theCorridor ― separating Cabo San Lucas from the classy shops ofSan José del Cabo.