As other reviewers have said, it's in a weird place, but it's a nice change from the touristy excess of Cabo San Lucas and the traffic of San José. We had a quiet meal with great service in the cool breeze blowing over the marina at Puerto Los Cabos. The food is goos, not spectacular, but very good standard fare that won't cause you to take out a second mortgage, which is pretty much the case in all the touristy places. I had the tuna ceviche, which was great...light, tasty, fresh.
If you're into art, take a walk around the marina to see some fun sculptures and interesting narratives by/about Leonora Carrington, an English-Mexican expressionist. Interesting woman. And across the marina at the Hotel El Ganzo is a nice little beach and lovely green park area.
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