There is so much variety when you’re looking for Cabos San Lucas wedding venues. There are a variety of gorgeous landscapes, including stretches of desert, beautiful beaches, and breathtaking mountain ranges that give you so many options to choose from.  You have areas that feel authentically Mexican but also areas that are more modern and new. The most common towns are San José del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, and the 20-mile Corridor that runs between them. If you want to keep your wedding vibe authentically Mexican, San José del Cabo is a charming Mexican town with cobblestone streets, family-run restaurants, and intimate boutiques. Cabo San Lucas is more luxury resort-oriented with bustling nightlife, pristine beaches, and The Arch, where the Sea of Cortez joins the Pacific Ocean.  

This is where to find it

Just south of California, Cabo San Lucas is located at the Southernmost tip of 1,000 mile-long Baja Peninsula with amazing stretches of desert and coastline. 

So you want to get married in Cabo San Lucas

Getting married in Los Cabos gives you many options for your wedding and your guests. You can experience the luxurious resorts that Cabo San Lucas has to offer with award-winning spas and championship golf courses that line the Corridor with beaches surrounding you. 

Just next door you have charming Mexican town, San Jose del Cabo with its winding streets and beautiful colonial buildings. You’ll really notice the change of pace here. If you are more laid back and want to unwind during your wedding weekend, choosing a venue among the cobblestone pathways and the boutique art galleries and shops will help you achieve that. It’s a blend of both sophistication and authentic Mexico. 

*Bonus – Valle de Guadalupe

Welcome to the Napa Valley of Mexico, located 90 minutes south of the Mexican border, in Valle de Guadalupe. What makes the Valle so beautiful is that it offers you a way to celebrate your wedding in low-key bliss, with gorgeous vineyards, award-winning fine dining and vineyard dogs roaming the grounds. It’s the perfect alternative to a beach wedding in Cabos San Lucas with romantic, low-key luxury that Mexico brings.

Why your guests might like it

Colonial town · White, sandy beaches · Luxury resorts · Cobblestone · Vineyards