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Your Guide to Los Cabos Corridor Luxury Villas

Located between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, the Los Cabos Corridor is a 32 km stretch of land that features some of the very best villas in Los Cabos.

Bounded by the Sea of Cortez to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west, villas in the Los Cabos Corridor offer some of the most private and expansive experiences in Baja California Sur.

Prior to the 1950s, tourism in the area was limited to adventurous souls who wanted to explore the Baja Desert and experience this unique part of the peninsula where the desert meets the sea.

The development efforts of the 60s really started bringing Los Cabos to the tourism forefront and have not stopped since. Today, the Los Cabos Corridor is home to some of the very best communities and villas in Los Cabos.

Renting a luxury villa in the Los Cabos Corridor is easy with Rental Escapes. First, choose your travel dates and party size. From there, your Rental Escapes concierge is happy to present you with the best options for your group, including luxury villas in Palmilla, Del Mar, Cabo Del Sol, and much more. Your concierge can then help with any other detail you need for your trip, including airport transfers, car rentals, boat charters, and private chef service.

Luxury Villas in Los Cabos Corridor

With its ideal location between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, the Los Cabos Corridor is home to some of Baja California's best resort communities, as well as some stand-alone villas that offer unmatched privacy.

Villas here tend to focus on maximizing outdoor and indoor living, with design touches that honour Mexican and desert culture while maximizing your enjoyment of the beautiful surroundings.

Plus, all of our villas in the Los Cabos Corridor are independently owned and operated, so you’ll enjoy a distinctive, unique experience every time.

Palmilla Villa Rentals

As one of the first planned communities in Los Cabos, Palmilla has been defining Baja luxury for decades. Palmilla villa rentals reflect this heritage, as well as the eclectic and unique tastes of their owners. Here are some great examples:

Villa Gloriosa: Set within the ultra-exclusive Caleta community in Palmilla, Villa Gloriosa sits on the edge of the Sea of Cortez and offers private beach access, exquisite views, and elevated Colonial-style architecture. Inside, the old and the new combine with baroque décor, rich materials, and every modern convenience. Truly one of the most glorious villas in Los Cabos.

Casa Bella Villa: Sitting on the Sea of Cortez, Casa Bella Villa features an open, airy design, and is made to create unforgettable memories for you and your travel group. Lounge by the fountain-fed pool, take in a meal by the loggia, or relax by the fireplace at night – this is the ultimate in Baja desert living.

Casa Koll: Comprising over 15,000 square feet, the beachfront Casa Koll Estate is a combination of three of Palmilla’s best villas, including Casa Koll itself, built by Palmilla’s pioneering developer. Every facet evokes a sense of history and authenticity, with fine details that speak to the history of both Mexico and Europe, including the medieval chateaus that inspired its design.

Villas Del Mar Rentals

Originally founded in the 1990s as a private villa community and later expanded into a resort, Del Mar villas stand out thanks to their hacienda-style architecture, spacious outdoor living areas, and their prime location. Some top choices include:

Casa 51: Sitting at a 300-foot rise, the 10,000-square-foot Casa 51 peers out over the Sea of Cortez, offering endless views and boundless possibilities. Step inside and take in the immaculate interior, with stone columns and mosaic floors punctuating the majesty of its location, before enjoying a locally-sourced meal prepared by your chef. This is villa life.

Casa 313: With a foyer that extends directly onto the beach, Casa 313 is perfect for guests who want to jump into the sand and sea, then go right back to their private infinity pool before sitting down for lunch – all with as few interruptions as possible. Coupled with its folkloric décor and you have a true celebration of Bajan culture and landscapes.

Cabo Del Sol Villa Rentals

Home to two of the best golf courses in Los Cabos – the Jack Nicklaus-designed Ocean Course and the Tom Wiskopf-designed Desert Course – Cabo del Sol is 1,800 acres of beautiful landscapes, world-class amenities, and beautiful luxury villas, including:

Villa Dos Casas: Composed of Villa de los Faros and Villa Buena Vida, the 13,000-square-foot Dos Casas estate makes a perfect setup for events and reunions. Every inch is designed to facilitate the creation of life’s most precious memories, and thoughtful touches like the colourful kids' rooms or the Spanish wall fountain in the courtyard only add to the experience.

Casa Jojo: A great choice for families, the 7-bedroom Casa Jojo sits on the 18th hole while offering amazing views of the Sea of Cortez. And with two pools, a waterslide, a billiard table, a games room, and a media room, this is one fun villa.

Casa Corona: With its desert views on one end and expansive sea views on the other, Casa Corona perfectly encapsulates what makes the Los Cabos Corridor so special. Add in authentic furnishings, rich tapestries, and fine stonework throughout, and you have a villa that is a true testament to the beauty of Baja California.

Los Cabos Corridor FAQ

What are the entry requirements for Los Cabos Corridor?

Visitors to Mexico from Canada, the US, and the EU must show a valid passport upon entering for stays that are less than 180 days.

How to Travel to Los Cabo’s Corridor?

Los Cabos Corridor is served by the Los Cabos International Airport for both domestic and international flights, which is where the majority of visitors will land.

You can also drive down the Baja California Sur peninsula, which is particularly scenic.

Once you arrive in Los Cabos, your Rental Escapes concierge can arrange a rental car, taxi, or private driver to get around.

When’s the Best Time to Visit Los Cabos Corridor?

High season in the Los Cabos Corridor runs from December-April. This is when you’ll find the most things to do and the mildest overall weather.

Many prefer travelling during shoulder season, though, which runs from November-December and April-June. You can expect lower prices and great weather at this time as well.

Low season is from July-November and includes hurricane season in September and October. While your chances of running into an actual hurricane are low, this time of year does see the most precipitation. Still, most attractions and resorts around Los Cabos remain open.

Best Things to do in Los Cabos Corridor?

Go deep-sea fishing: The Corridor is home to a world-famous deep-sea fishing scene, with its blue and striped marlin being especially prized. Your Rental Escapes concierge can arrange boat charters for novices and veterans alike.

Play a round of golf: The Los Cabos Corridor is also home to some truly unique golf courses thanks to its distinct desert-and-sea scenery, including three designed by Jack Nicklaus. Be sure to book your tee time in advance.

Explore the Baja desert: Whether by ATV, UTV, jeep, or dune buggy, the Baja desert offers nearly unlimited potential for fun and exploration. Just choose your thrill level and let loose!

How’s the Food in Los Cabos Corridor?

Los Cabos is home to a thriving food scene, featuring both Mexican and international cuisine, and with a big emphasis on fresh seafood dishes like grilled shrimp and ceviche.

In addition to Baja-style cuisine, you can find top Italian, Japanese, French, and fusion restaurants, as well as more casual options.

Your Rental Escapes concierge can also arrange villa pre-stocking and private chef service, so your favourites are always available.

How’s the Weather in Los Cabos Corridor?

The Los Cabos Corridor benefits from a subtropical desert climate and is generally sunny and dry, with low humidity and around 320 days of sunshine. It’s also generally a bit cooler than in Cabo San Lucas, thanks to its proximity to the Sea of Cortez.

Summer is the hottest month, with average highs of 34-35°C (93-95°F) and average lows of 25-26°C (77-79°F). Precipitation is higher at this time, with average rainfall around 25-75 mm (1-3 inches) per month.

Fall sees temperatures drop, with average highs around 31-32°C (88-90°F) and average lows around 21-22°C (70-72°F). Precipitation remains higher than usual, with an average rainfall of around 25-50 mm (1-2 inches) per month.

Winter sees the mildest weather, with average highs around 27-28°C (81-82°F) and average lows around 14-15°C (57-59°F). It’s also the second driest season, with an average rainfall of around 5-25 mm (0.2-1 inch) per month.

Spring, lastly, sees average highs of 30-32°C (86-90°F) and average lows of 18-20°C (64-68°F). Spring is also the driest season, with an average rainfall of around 5-15 mm (0.2-0.6 inches) per month.

Book a Villa in Los Cabos Corridor with Rental Escapes

If you’re hoping to visit this beautiful part of Mexico, Rental Escapes can elevate your Los Cabos Corridor villa rental into a true luxury experience.

Our portfolio includes the finest villa rentals in the Los Cabos Corridor, including luxury villas in Palmilla, Del Mar, Cabo del Sol, and more.

Your Rental Escapes reservations expert can find the best villa for your group, and your concierge personalizes your trip to create the ultimate Los Cabos Corridor villa experience.

Contact us today to reserve your next dream holiday!

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