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This city of 200,000 friendly residents, nestled on the shores of Southern Baja, is a unique mix of the old and new.

...gateway to the “Sea of Cortez”

The city itself borders the beautiful and tranquil Bay of La Paz, an area rich in history from the first native inhabitants through its days of pirates, Spanish conquistadores and missionaries. It is currently the capital of the state of Southern Baja, the 1000-mile long peninsula jutting south from California and separated from mainland Mexico by the blue waters of the Sea of Cortez. As such, it is the seat of government and is the site of the university, museum and national aquarium as well as the hub for many prominent businesses and cultural activities.

Visitors to the city will be surprised to find that in many ways, La Paz is a modern city with modern amenities but retains much of its old-world charm. Centuries-old cobblestoned streets and narrow alleyways stretch from the busy malecon

waterfront back towards the old mission cathedral and the town’s central plaza. Taxi cabs are available everywhere, but everything is close! Walking is the way to get around in this part of town and strollers will find charmingly quaint restaurants, sidewalk cafes, shops and musicians along the palm-lined waterfront and nearby streets.

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