As the oldest settlement in Baja, Loreto offers residents and guests a historic, colonial Mexican charm. With daily flights from California and Canada, Loreto has a little bit of something for everyone. Loreto is famous for its excellent sport fishing and other water activities like kayaking, sailing, diving, and snorkeling are popular here. Loreto also offers great spots for climbing, hiking, biking, and even has several golf courses to choose from. With the Sea of Cortez on one side and the Sierra de la Giganta mountain range on the other, your options for adventure are practically endless. Explore Baja’s past by visiting the world-famous cave paintings discovered in canyons and rock shelters nearby or enjoy watching dolphins and whales on the islands and waters of Bahía de Loreto National Park.
Rich in culture, Loreto celebrates several festivals each year, including the Feast of Our Lady of Loreto and the Jesuit Missions festival. Culture, colorful traditions, and a vibrant street life make Loreto a special spot along the Baja.