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Cabo Hotels and Beautiful Cabo Beaches
Mexico is famous for its beautiful white sand beaches and Cabo San Lucas has plenty of these stunning sunbathing spots to choose from. While a vacation in Cabo can be happily spent poolside at your favorite Cabo hotels, there's nothing like laying out on the sand by nature's pool, the sparkling ocean. Playa El Medano Pueblo Bonito Rose and Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos are both situated on the most populous Cabo beach, Playa El Medano, also know as Medano Beach or The Dune Beach. Playa El Medano stretches for approximately two miles and is always bustling with life. Aside from the Cabo hotels that line this beach, water sport equipment rentals, vendors, restaurants and shopping are all vying for attention. The busy atmosphere may not suit your taste, but if you like the activity, Playa El Medano is a good place to take the family for activities like kayaking, jet skiing, parasailing, waterskiing, beach volleyball and, of course, swimming! However, be cautious because there are no lifeguards on duty. If you're staying at a Pueblo Bonito Cabo hotel, then you have easy access to Playa El Medano through your hotel. Playa del Amor Another frequently mentioned beach is Playa del Amor or Lover's Beach. This beautiful beach is just around the corner from the famous El Arco and is the perfect place to sunbathe in peace. We recommend leaving your Cabo hotel to visit this quaint stretch of sand after paying a visit to El Arco via glass-bottom boat. Playa del Amor is only accessible by boat so make sure you arrange for your transportation to come back to pick you up! Chileno Beach Considered one of the best beaches in Cabo San Lucas, Chileno beach is the ideal place for swimming, diving, kayaking and snorkeling. Unlike many Cabo beaches, swimming is safe and water activities are highly recommended - the water is teeming with coral, fish, turtles and other aquatic life. Located just west of the Hotel Cabo San Lucas, Chileno beach is easily accessible, and has restrooms (bring your own tissue), garbage cans and a palm grove for shade. Playa Solmar Playa Solmar is a stretch of golden sand that runs from the rocks at Land's End west to the base of El Pedregal on the Pacific Ocean side. The sand is soft and the beach is flat, so it's great for sunbathing and sunset watching. However, the currents and waves are very strong so do not swim here. Playa Solmar is best-known as an excellent spot for whale watching. We don't see why you wouldn't want to visit these amazing beaches, but hopefully this article will help remind you that there's more to Mexico than Cabo hotels and luxury acommodations!