Loreto Bay National Marine Park is more than just a national treasure, its status as a United Nations-classified World Heritage Site makes it one of the most important sanctuaries on the planet. Schools of fish radiating every color imaginable dart through its coral reefs, and sea turtles effortlessly glide through the cobalt-blue water.
Constructed in 1699, San Javier Mission is the second-oldest mission in Baja California. A church that still holds regular services anchors the stone-and-masonry mission. A visit to San Javier is like being transported back to colonial Mexico - indeed, very little of the mission's grounds have been altered since its settlement.
La Terraza, is owned and operated by Carlos Castaneda, the respected manager of the Cafe Ole for the past 23 years. La Terraza first opened it's doors in July of 1997 and features a full bar, seafood, steaks, traditional Mexican fare and delicious snacks. The attentive and friendly staff has nearly 40 years of combined experience between them. Centrally located in downtown Loreto just upstairs of Cafe Ole with a view overlooking the first mission of the Californias and the beautiful Sierra La Giganta mountains, La Terraza can accommodate up to forty of your closest friends.
In Loreto, there resides a tradition of culinary excellence in all that proprietor Domingo Perez touches. Famous for fine steaks at his El Nido Steakhouse, Domingo realized the need for a new seafood restaurant specializing in mouth-watering lobster dishes. Located in downtown Loreto, The Lobster Trap is now serving fine food and drinks to please the most discriminating tastes.
Come listen to live music and check out one of the biggest hangouts in town!
Disco Duna at the Whales Inn Beach and Golf Resort features a Mexican and Italian buffet. On the weekends dance to your favorite tunes.