Cabo San Lucas has been legendary since well before its Hollywood discovery in the 1970’s. The very best of Baja California meets at Land’s End on the bottom of the peninsula – and that is really where Los Cabos begins. The twin capes of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo are connected by an 18-mile pristine stretch of new highway – and an international airport connects the same peninsula with the world. The world has taken notice.
With arguably more golf courses than anywhere else in the world, the southern Baja Peninsula is a well-developed tourist destination – and a striking alternative to US prices, traffic and schedules. It’s also a very popular winter and seasonal destination – with un-rivalled access to the area’s migratory whale populations – and a boating and aquatic sports scene that’s unmatched anywhere else in the world.
A year-round population of some 70,000 souls swells in the winter to well over 100,000 but the beaches are many, and finding a peaceful spot on the Pacific or the stunning Sea of Tranquility is never a tough job. And as much as the golf and the surf – folks come today for Cabos’ cultural scene, too. That includes winter homes for LA art galleries in San Jose del Cabo, but also a thriving Mexican crafts and popular arts scene. And as this is still Mexico, the gourmet, international and holistic food options are enormous too. There’s simply no end to restaurants, tastings and garden parties.
Regular flights come in from LA, San Diego and Dallas – and a few smaller airlines schedule seasonal flights. Just about everywhere else in the world can easily connect through Mexico City. No matter where you are coming from, once you arrive you want to return again and again to kick back, play golf or tennis, or party. Cabo San Lucas isn’t quiet anymore – but it’s still calling people home with an elegant, peaceful and truly charming take on the Mexican.
The Tramonti Lifestyle:
The uniquely designed residences of Tramonti offer a new experience in Cabo-style living. With panoramic views to the Sea of Cortez and fabulous amenities, providing quality construction and first-world architectural styles most often associated with million dollar estate homes.
Tramonti is a design masterpiece located on one of the most sought after beach destinations in the world, on a sloping terrain which offers impressive breathtaking Cabo Bay views, in particular its worldwide recognized icon, “The Arch”, just one example of the stellar natural beauty and cultural diversity of Cabo.
The luxury residence buildings border a lush garden-park, which invites the cool coastal breezes into the homes through every window, stairway, and veranda. The coastal sense of this private gated community will make you feel at home and live a life filled with unique and inspirational moments.