Map of Loreto, Mexico
Loreto is the hidden gem of Baja. We cannot wait to return! Be sure to book a tour to Isla Coronado or surrounding areas when you're in the area. Stunning!
Visited: Nov 10, 2016
My favorite port! Old time small town Mexico with the kindest and friendliest people. No pushy street vendors and several places to sit down and sip a drink. The shore excursion to snorkel at Coronado Island was spectacular. A nearby coral reef provided homes for eels, trumpetfish, needlenose fish and so much more, plus there is an amazing nature trail to allow you great vantage points of the bay. r
Visited: Oct 25, 2014
Loreto was everything I like about Mexico.. except for the wind! OMG the wind made Loreto very hard to do anything in. But the place was amamzing and so clean and gave you the great Mexico feel. I loved it. Knowone bugging you to buy anything and you can walk and enjoy your time and relax. very impressed.
Visited: Feb 18, 2019
This port is also new and is also not as commer- cialized as some of the other ports might be. At this port it really isn't necessary to buy a shore excursion as the town is right at the pier as is everything you could possibly want to do there.
Visited: Apr 08, 2016
A very nice small town. The trip to San Javier Mission was worth the time.
Visited: Feb 17, 2015
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