Lover’s Beach (Playa Del Amor) Cabo San Lucas Mexico
Are you looking for an incredible adventure in Cabo! How about a trip to Lover’s Beach also known as Playa Del Amor beach. This famous beach also had the Arch Of Cabo on it and is a top beach attraction in Cabo. TripAdvisor rates this #7 out of the top 99 things to do in Cabo.
Visiting Lover’s Beach in Cabo San Lucas
Lover’s Beach is referred to by many names. Lovers Beach, Playa del Amor, Playa de los Amantes. But whatever you call this slice of heaven, we hope you’ll make a visit to the secluded beach.
Things to do at Cabo San Lucas Lover’s Beach
If you are visiting Lover’s Beach in Cabo San Lucas, you are likely here for one of two reasons: the secluded sandy beach or El Arco. The beach is at the very tip of the Baja Peninsula and completely surrounded by limestone rock formations where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet. You can spend a full day here on the sand where it is very quiet and removed from the typical sounds of tourist beach towns. You will be able to rent a beach umbrella and buy local snacks, but there is otherwise nothing else here; no shops, restaurants, bathrooms. Just the sand, the sea, and the limestone.
El Arco is part of the rock formations you will find at Lover’s Beach. It has become Instagram famous because it is just so photogenic.
Cabo San Lucas Lover’s Beach Tips
You should try to get here early in the day since the beach is quite small and there isn’t too much space to maneuver, unlike Medano Beach. Although, if you stay the entire day, make sure you have arranged for transportation back.
Getting to Lover’s Beach Cabo San Lucas
Since you can only get to Lover’s Beach by boat, one of the first questions you should ask at your hotel is how to get to Lovers Beach in Cabo San Lucas. The hotel concierge will be able to arrange a car or taxi transfer to a Cabo water taxi to Lovers Beach. If you have plants to also visit Divorce Beach, you’re in luck. How far from Lover’s Beach is Divorce Beach? It’s the same beach, with one side facing the Sea of Cortez and the other facing the Pacific Ocean.