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Located on the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula, San Jose del Cabo is a resort city similar to Cabo San Lucas which is 20 miles to the southwest. San Jose del Cabo, however, is a milder version of the famous party city. There are approximately 70,000 people living within San Jose del Cabo.

San Jose del Cabo has a major tourism industry with nearly 1 million hotel room guests annually. The second major industry is fishing. There are many great beaches, restaurants and shops as well as golf courses and resorts.Major colleges in San Jose del Cabo include Universidad Mundial Campus Los Cabos, the Instituto Tecnologico Los Cabos, CECYT-04 and UNIDEP Universidad del DesarrolloProfesional.

European culture and religion play a major role in San Jose del Cabo’s history. From Hernan Cortés’s founding of the city in the early 16th century to the 19th century colonial style structures to the beautiful churches, San Jose del Cabo has a culture all its own. The Gallery District showcases the importance art has had on the city’s personality.

In San Jose del Cabo, Spanish culture is everywhere. For nearly 500 years since Cortes’s exploration, when colonial Spainmade its mark, the influence is seen on everything from the city streets and buildings to the name San Jose del Cabo itself.

You’ll find Plaza Mijares, which is the main square in San Jose del Cabo,the GalleryDistrict, as well as the Misión San José del Cabo Anuití (Mission of San Jose del Cabo Church) which was established in 1730.

San Jose del Cabo is where the desert meets the sea. Most of the area is flat before reaching the mountains. San Jose del Cabo is part of an arid climate. The hottest months are between June and October when high temperatures average in the low-90’s. The coldest months are January through March with average lows in the mid-50s. Total rainfall averages about 11 inches per year with 4.5 inches of rain on average in September alone.

Homeowners who want to live near the water in Mexico without the major expenses,orwho want to move right near a major tourist and resort town, will enjoy calling San Jose del Cabo their home. Although hotels and resorts do bring in a steady number of tourists, its more tranquil vibe is ideal for those seeking a slower paced lifestyle.

San Jose del Cabo was in the world’s spotlight when its newly-constructed Los Cabos Convention Center hosted the 2012 G20 Summit. From its vibrant natural areas to its historic downtown, San Jose del Cabo is continuing to grow as more Mexican citizens and foreigners invest in the region.


San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
  • Country: Mexico

  • State: Baja California Sur

  • Population: 70,000

  • Area:

    Municipality: 3,750.93 km2


Lifestyle and Culture

San Jose del Cabo is home to a thriving art district. The Gallery District is located near the main plaza. There are many premier galleries featuring a variety of artwork from original paintings and sculptures to photography and prints by local Mexicans. Along with the galleries, many high-end restaurants, homes and shops are located in the Gallery District. San Jose del Cabo hosts some great festivals and events throughout the year including the Fiesta de San José which celebrates the patron saint after which the city was named. San Jose del Cabo has a couple of public universities including the Universidad Mundial Campus Los Cabos and the InstitutoTecnologico Los Cabos. UNIDEP Universidad del DesarrolloProfesional is a private university offering Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate degrees.


Entertainment and Tourism

The Baja offers many sports for locals and visitors to enjoy. Soccer, or football as it is known throughout most of the world, is the most popular sport in the country. Along the waters of San Jose del Cabo are many fishing tournaments. Surfing competitions take place annually right in the waters where Zippers is located. San Jose del Cabo is more relaxed than nearby Cabo San Lucas. The two famous restaurants include Zippers and Habaneros which is run by Canadian expats. MiCocina is one of the classiest restaurants in the city.

Entertainment and Tourism

Districts & Neighborhoods

San Jose del Cabo is home to many neighborhoods. From historic areas to the newest and most modern communities, there is something for everyone in San Jose del Cabo.

Club Campestre

This golf course community spans out along the hills of the Sierra de le Laguna Mountains and offer amazing views of the water. This private neighborhood maintains a desert feel with upscale amenities.

Historic Art District:

Situated behind the main square and the church in Downtown, San Jose del Cabo’s Historic Art District is a hotspot for tourists and artists. This 5 square block community is considered the cultural hub of Los Cabos. An Art Walk is held weekly between November and June and invites residents and tourists to dine, stroll, wine-taste and listen to live music.



Known for its culture-rich style and old colonial homes, Magisterial is proud to have homes that have spanned generations. This community is mainly made up of condos and single family homes.

Puerto Los Cabos

This coastal community encompasses 3 miles of luxurious beach communities at the edge of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains. This secluded community can easily see the twinkling lights of Downtown, which is only five minutes away. Residents enjoy amazing views of the beaches, the Puerto Los Cabos Marina and the mountains.

Real Estate Market

San Jose del Cabo is home to the largest population of year-round foreign residents in the Los Cabos area. Combined with tourism as the main industry with fishing coming in second, foreign influence has a significant impact on the economy. The Los Cabos area and the Baja Peninsula, where San Jose del Cabo is located, is considered more expensive than most of the mainland areas of Mexico but generally cheaper than the rest of North America.

Retirees and vacation homeowners are the majority of those seeking property in San Jose del Cabo. Vacation homes are being bought both by Mexican citizens looking for a second home near the water and snowbirds in the United States, Canada and Europe eager to escape the cold. The real estate market in San Jose del Cabo is pretty active with most new home sales occurring in the more touristy neighborhoods of Puerto Los Cabos, Querencia and Club Campestre.

While Cabo San Lucas is known for being a major party town and tourist destination, San Jose del Cabo has more colonial influences and a laid back feel. Foreign citizens cannot technically "own" property in certain regions of Mexico such as 60 miles from any Mexican border or within 30 miles of any Mexican coastline. For those seeking to own a home in San Jose del Cabo, they will have to own real estate through a trust.

  • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment in City Centre: Not available
  • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre: Not available
Home Style Average Rent Price
1-bedroom apartment in City Centre Not available
1-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre Not available
3-bedroom apartment in City Centre Not available
3-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre Not available

Source: (March 2017)



Public schools are free and funded by the government so long as the students are Mexican citizens. For foreign children, there is a cost for education and most expats opt to send their children to private schools. The SEP, or Secretary of Public Education, manages the education for both public and private schools. Major colleges in San Jose del Cabo include Universidad Mundial Campus Los Cabos, the InstitutoTecnologico Los Cabos, CECYT-04 and UNIDEP Universidad del DesarrolloProfesional.

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