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The Village of Todos Santos, vibrant and active was initially founded as a Mission in 1724.  Later, it became a major sugar-cane producer. Todos Santos has long-been special.  Our Church, Theater, Cultural Center & Museum and so many historic buildings are often open to the public, especially during the Historic Homes Tour.  Organizations hold seminars and workshops here. The next Music Festival is going to be HUGE.  A popular Art Festival  is held annually.  Magazines hold shoots and photo-spreads.  There is a wide array of quiet Guest Rentals to choose from and longer-term Vacation Homes for rent.  There are many Homes and Lots on which to find your special place.  We are a destination for our visiting Whales.  Our Restaurants are very popular, serving Creative Cuisine with organic produce. Our fishermen provide us fresh seafood daily. The ecology of this oasis, and the magnificent Sierra Laguna mountains, are the subject of many paintings, photographs, and memories.

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What Is A Mango Festival? And Yes You Should Go!

If you think you know a thing or two about this delicious fruit, think again. A visit to the festival will heighten your appreciation for what can be done in the name of mangoes.

Satellite TV in Baja....where to get it?

Where to get Satellite TV in Todos Santos? Check out this mobile sales, service, and installation business!

Reasons We Love Todos Santos In Summer
La Katrina Surf Shop - Locals Get It

Aaron sees La Katrina as part of the surf/skate community. When you find yourself in his store it’s hard to argue he hasn’t succeeded.

Hidden Lake found only 10 minutes from Todos Santos

Mainly known for its dry, barren terrain, “where the desert meets the sea”, streams and lakes are rarely seen in the Baja. One lake was recently spotted only 10 minutes from Todos Santos on a flight just South of town.