Cozy town square with huge, ancient trees, historic mission building. Try the ice cream shop on the square, delicious!
The San Ignacio Mission is one of the most beautiful in Baja and well worth a visit. It also has a wonderful botanical garden with all the plants labeled.
The mission church in San Ignacio is conveniently located on the town plaza and well worth a look inside. The early Baja missions were founded by Jesuits in the 1600's, then largely abandoned when the indigenous people mostly died of European diseases, then some (as this one) were re-build as churches by Dominicans. They are very different from the Alta... More
Step back in time and visit the La Mision de San Ignacio. We attended a mass, in Spanish, that was an incredible experience. Beautiful.
While many missions are located in the mountains of Baja, this beautiful old mission is located at the town square.
After driving through some beautiful desert countryside, take a break and visit San Ignacio. The 100 year old laurel trees surrounding the town square provide the traveler with ample shade and comfort under which to have a relaxing lunch while contemplating the 3 foot walls of the Spanish Mission church that anchors one end of the square. A typical, tidy,... More
The museum next door has an actual size incredible reproduction of the ancient mural art of Sierra de San Francisco. It has stimulated us to make plans to go there to visit the mural art!
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