Mulege, A Special Place on the inside Sea of Cortez

Mulege is a municipality located in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. It is situated on the southeastern coast of the Baja California Peninsula, on the inside Sea of Cortez, also known as the Gulf of California. The town of Mulege serves as the municipal seat and is known for its picturesque setting, with palm trees lining the streets and the tranquil river flowing through the town. The region is characterized by its desert landscapes, lush oases, and stunning coastal views.

Mulege is popular among tourists for its natural beauty, outdoor activities, and historical sites. Some attractions and activities in the Mulege area include:

1. Bahía Concepción: This bay is famous for its pristine beaches, clear blue waters, and opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking.

2. Mission Santa Rosalía de Mulege: This historic Spanish mission was founded in the late 17th century and is one of the most well-preserved missions in Baja California Sur.

3. Cueva de Palma: Also known as "Cave of the Palms," this cave features impressive rock formations and ancient cave paintings created by indigenous peoples.

4. Fishing: The inside sea is rich in marine life, making it a popular destination for sportfishing.

5. Camping and Hiking: The surrounding desert landscapes offer opportunities for camping and hiking, allowing visitors to appreciate the natural beauty and unique flora and fauna of the region.

6. Whale Watching: The gulf is also a prime location for whale watching, particularly during the winter months when gray whales migrate to the area.

Mulege’s remote location and natural beauty make it a peaceful getaway for travelers looking to explore a more off-the-beaten-path destination in Baja California Sur.  

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