Since Francisco de Ulloa discovered it in 1537, Cabo San Lucas was a point of nautical reference. Nevertheless, when pirates found out about it, it became a closely watched point by both parties, and in 1730, the government of New Spain ordered Father Nicholas Tamaral to found a fort and a Jesuit mission in San Jose.

Without doubt the most attractive food delicacies in Los Cabos, stem from the variety of dishes prepared with the fresh bounty the sea provides: shrimp, lobster, abalone, stingray, crab, squid, fish and more. They are also mixed with other fresh and locally grown ingredients in the area such as romerito, chile, garlic or onion.