Mulegé Travel Guide

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Mulegé Things to Do

  • Bahia Conception

    Bahia Conception is a 35km long peninsula that offers desert beach and crystal blue water. The views from Mexico 1 are really stunning. Beaches are several and not well directed. Coming from Loreto you will find Playa Armenta, Playa El Requeson, Playa la Perla, Playa Buonaventura, Playa el Coyote, Playa el Burro, Playa Escondida, Playa Santispac...

  • Mision Santa Rosalia de Mulegè

    Just outside the town centre you will find this restored mission, built in the 18th century. Go around the curch and climb a very short and easy footpath: you will see a stunning valles of giant palms.

  • Ecomundo

    Ecomundo is an ecologically oriented facility that provides accomodations in Igloo Palapas with cots and solar lights or camping. There is also a straw bale adobe restaurant right on the beach and kayaks and snorkel equipment for rent.We stopped in for a smoothie on our drive along the coast.

  • Bahia de la Concepcion

    The Bahia de la Concepcion is 48kms of turquoise blue waters and white sand beaches stretching along the Trans Peninsular Highway south of Mulege and north of Loreto. It makes for a wonderful drive with beautiful views.There are many picturesque bays, but also many that are littered with motor homes parked almost at the water's edge. If you happen...

  • Mulege Pig Races

    Although not quite comparable to the running of the bulls in Spain, the Mulege Pig Races do provide a fun diversion.The pigs are tethered to a line to keep them on track and are encouraged from behind by their owners. The Rotarty Club in Mulege sponsors this annual event to raise funds for local charities. Spectators are encouraged to wager for...

  • Mulege River

    The town of Mulege was settled along the banks of this beautiful palm lined river. It is very well shaded by the palm trees and makes for a cool retreat from the hot sun.This photo was taken from the Mission looking down on the river.


Mulegé Hotels

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  • Las Casitas Hotel

    Madero 50, Mulege, Baja California Sur, 23900, Mexico

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

  • Hotel Serenidad

    Frente De La Playa, El Cachano, Mulege, Baja California Sur, 23900, Mexico

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Families

  • Hotel San Buenaventura

    Km. 93.8 Carretera Transpeninsular Loreto a Mulege, Bahia Concepcion, Mulege, Baja California Sur, M

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Families

Mulegé Restaurants

  • So unpolite service

    I really dont know what was the matter with the waiter on that day in the restaurant of the hotel las Casitas. Food was ok and prices reasonable but the waiter was in such a bad mood that it is the only thing I can remember.

  • Great Margarita's

    Doesn't look like much from the street and it's a bit eclectic in side, but the food and Margaritas are great. I had a chicken enchalatas that not only were steaming when they arrived to our patio table they stayed warm as the plate was quite hot. Tasted home made. My wife liked the fish while I preferred to stick to classic chichen dishes. Both...

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Mulegé Shopping

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    Aldolofo's Shop: Tourist trap or shopping "mall"

    by Agraichen Written Feb 13, 2008

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    Like most of the tourist shops, Aldolofo's carries a bit of everything but mostly Serape's, t-shirts, knick-knacks and ceramic plates. BIG ceramic plates. I think my wife "negotiated" for 30 minutes to get the price to 50% of list. Then I got to discover just how big they were and began to worry they would not fit on the plane in "carry-on" storage. They didn't but luckily they only took 3/4 of the space under the seats (yes both) in front of me. AND luckily there was no one on the flight to LA. Unfortunately there was someone in the window seat from LA to SF and I had to balance them on my feet to get them at an angle to not encroach on the other person too much. Luckily they made it without a scatch.

    What to buy: T-shirts and large hand made, and painted ceramic serving platters. There were some very unique designs.

    What to pay: NOT list price. Negotiate the best deal you can get and if you're not certain, just walk away. If they will come down a bit more they will come after you.

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Mulegé Warnings and Dangers

  • Narrow one-way streets

    Entering Mulege from Highway 1 you think you might be entering a walled compound with the grand arch announcing the town. You quickly learn that the streets narrow fast and most become one-way. Parking is all but non existent on some streets and on others where there is parking on one side only, there is barely enough room for a small vehicle let...

  • Road-side checkpoints

    The highway between Loreto and Mulege is notorious for a number of things (narrow, speeding, solid yellow lines are decoration) but the one thing you can count on is the military checkpoint about 40 KM from Loreto. Normally if you're southbound, you'll just get waved through, but most times, the northbound traffic is halted and you must get out of...

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

Mulegé Favorites

  • No bank in Mulege

    Good people, friendly and kind both the Mexican population and the RV park dwellers.The bank has been closed and now banking transactions must be don e in Sta Rosalia.You can get a good rate US$ to pesos from the gas station operator. Travellers cheques are virtually useless now - even in small town banks because of so much are best off...

  • Gnarly Tree and Sea Shells

    Here is a gnarly tree, and the pink stuff you see on the right side are empty sea shells... not sure how they ended up there in such quantity or what their purpose is, since the water wasn't that close by...

  • Muddy Road

    This is the road to one of the beaches around Mulege... Someo f the beaches offer "cabins", camping and RV grounds, right in front of the water!


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