Just an hour’s drive from Cabo San Lucas on the Pacific coast, Todos Santos has been named a Pueblo Magico, or magical town, for its importance as a cultural landmark. As soon as you take a glimpse of this underrated destination in Mexico, you’ll understand why. It’s one of the most charming towns in Baja with its quirky mix of New Age spiritualists, surfers, fishermen, and artists. In recent years, it’s become a focal point for the arts and crafts of the region, with many artists opening up galleries and making their homes there. It offers a world-class foodie scene too, yet it’s somehow managed to escape the rampant tourism of other Baja towns. A unique, artsy desert oasis, somewhat reminiscent of Taos, New Mexico 20 years ago, Todos Santos is nestled among ancient orchards of mango and palm and boasts spectacular views of powdery white sands and the expanse of the glistening Pacific. Whale watching, beachcombing, surfing, fishing, and horseback riding are just a few of the many outdoor adventures possible just seconds away from the happening historic downtown area.