Los Cabos is located at the tip of the peninsula of Baja California, 1,050 miles south (by road) from San Diego California, located in the same length as Salt Lake City. San Jose del Cabo: Located 10 minutes from Los Cabos International Airport, San Jose is a colonial city with a touch of old world charm. The main avenue, Paseo Mijares is a wonderful street with shops and charming restaurants. Twenty miles south of San Jose del Cabo to Cabo San Lucas, while maintaining their original spirit as a small fishing village, also in constant development, hosting many world-class hotels, exclusive restaurants and a active nightlife. The new marina has a capacity of over 300 vessels and its surroundings one can find shopping malls, banks, open air restaurants and nightclubs. Cabo San Lucas is the busiest part of the destination. Distributed along the coast for 29 miles and connects the cities of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, the Tourist Corridor is a replay of golden beaches and is where most are establishing new hotel developments including several five star hotels and golf courses among other attractions.