Todos Santos: Pueblo Mágico

Todos Santos, a small town in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains, on the Pacific coast of Mexico’s Baja California, is quickly becoming a hot spot for travelers of all sorts. Named a Pueblo Mágico in 2006 by the Mexican government, it’s one of a series of towns that offer visitors a “magical” experience because of their natural beauty, rich culture, cuisine, arts & crafts, and great hospitality. The city radiates creative energy and seaside relaxation. So check out our BoutiqueHomes in Todos Santos to get in on the action.

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CASA MILA

Just steps from the water’s edge and a mile from the Pueblo Magico in the Baja Peninsula, this home takes a page from the area’s colonial past, merging a laid-back Mexican vibe with a modern homage to local architecture.

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HACIENDA LOS OLIVOS

This cluster of five separate casitas is a masterclass in interior design, with multicultural aesthetics blending beautifully in every room. We talked to interior designer and owner Sylvie Sabatier about the property and her process. Read our conversation here.

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TODOS SANTOS HOTEL

This colorful, intimately chic boutique hotel is the perfect antidote to overwhelming tourist-trap resorts. It’s composed of four guest cottages of varying colors so guests can find privacy while still being together.

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CHILICOTE HOUSE

Big bright shapes play off of each other to create this audaciously playful property. Dr. Seuss meets luxe living with a stay at Chilicote House!

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MODERNA CASA DE PLAYA

With the Sierra de Laguna mountain range to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west, this sleek modern beauty is constructed from industrial materials that bring sophistication to a seaside stay.

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MI CASA

Elegant and unexpected, this stylized modern gem is a breath of fresh air. Set within 2 acres of the Mexican countryside, views abound at Mi Casa.

For more unexpected gems in Todos Santos and throughout Mexico, browse our collection here.

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