Updated on 4/14/20
Los Cabos has often been defined by the beauty of our desert by the sea and the remoteness of our physical place. Also, our resilience. It can be seen in the passion of our people and their desire to provide our guests with impeccable service, warmth and the feeling of connection.
While we're living in uncertain times, we're reminded that El Arco was carved out of rough conditions over millions of years. This symbol of resilience, beauty and strength is a reminder to appreciate the connections we’ve built. Share the spirit of our community — the artisans, tastemakers, passionate entrepreneurs and local talent which make Los Cabos such a vibrant place.
We will get through this. And we can all aim to get through this even stronger.
Restaurants & Markets
The Shoppes at Palmilla feature a number of restaurants and markets offering take-out and delivery, including delicious Mexican cuisine, seafood, and pizza.
Tiky Cabo is an organic farm providing fruits and vegetables to the main stores and hotels like Las Ventanas Al Paraiso. Buying local is always a good idea.
Agricole Cooperativa in Pescadero offers everything from wines to fresh baked goods.
Tamarindos is a farm-to-table restaurant now delivering organic vegetable baskets to the community.
Arts & Culture
Ivan Guaderrama is famous for his interactive art and recognizable, uplifting style. Check out his online gallery and video demonstrations.
Patricia Mendoza Art Gallery features the work of many contemporary artists so you can explore a variety of styles and mediums.
Ida Victoria Gallery showcases both established and up and coming artists in digital galleries.
Senda Rupestre offers virtual tours of paintings created by the Pericues in 360 degrees.
We will continue to update this with the latest information. Please check back as new resources are on their way. Remember to stay resilient and embody the spirit of El Arco.