Los Cabos Feature


Don't Stop the Parade

You've heard the saying "wine, women, and song," right? Well, along the festive Médano Beach it's "cervezas, chicas, y música" (beers, babes, and music). A walk along this colorful, pulsating half-mile stretch of beach, on the east side of Cabo San Lucas's harbor, will reveal people checking each other out and local vendors trying to sell something to everyone. Fun-loving crowds sit and sun, and eat and drink, listening to the rock and roll from the beach bars. Teams queue up for impromptu games of soccer and volleyball, Jet Skis roar in the distance, and Cabo's eternally ample sun beats down on it all. El Médano is essentially a daylong parade route, the parade itself fueled by buckets of beer, powerful margaritas, and that carefree feeling of being on vacation. If you don't want to be out on the beach in the thick of it, grab a table at The Office and enjoy it all from the shady haven created by its dozens of blue umbrellas.

Updated: 08-2013

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