Todos Santos is a town on the Pacific coast of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, backed by the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range.
Popular with artists, it’s known for its many art galleries.
The modern Profesor Néstor Agúndez Martínez Cultural Center is housed in a former school and includes a local history museum.
To the south, beaches like San Pedrito and Los Cerritos are known for their strong surf.
If you were asked to imagine a quintessential Mexican town, you will probably think of something close to Todos Santos.
Colorful facades reflect off the blue skies and are complimented by multicolored Mexican flag decorations and proud cacti that line many of the streets.
Located on Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula and popular with artists and surfers, the town has a very laid-back, easygoing vibe.
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