Visit the San Felipe malecon, enjoy the vied or stop at one of its restaurants or bars. On the beach, you can rent beach umbrellas and enjoy a great fiesta atmosphere on the weekends, live music, festivals and events. Don’t leave without your favorite souvenir.
The Consag Island, a granitic outcrop was given its name in honor of Jesuit Missionary Fernando Consag. It’s a midpoint between San Felipe and Puerto Peñasco. Here you can watch sea lions during any season of the year.
Enjoy the views that San Felipe has to offer from up high; don't forget your camera! There’s tours in the area like the ones by Ralf Sertkol, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org and (686) 116 2933.
BAHÍA DE SAN LUIS GONZAGA
Two and a half hours south of San Felipe and Puertecitos you’ll find this beautiful place surrounded by silence and beaches that allow you to be one with nature. Enjoy paddle boarding along its calm waters and there’s tours that can take you hiking, diving, wind-surf and speed boat rides through Encantadas Islands.
BAHÍA DE LOS ÁNGELES
In the middle of an amazing desert with turquoise waters and clear weather await. You can enjoy the view on the way there, full of cacti, flora, as well as mountains and the Angel de la Guarda Island. We suggest hiring a tour service and making a stop at the many nearby islands of the bay; Ventana Island, Coronado Island, whale shark and dolphin watching, as well as snorkeling, Ecotourism and adventure all in one place.
hey’re white sand formations, many movies and documentaries have been filmed near here. You can sandboard and ride 4-wheelers.
MUSEO DE NATURALEZA Y CULTURA
If you’re visiting the Bay of Los Angeles then you can’t miss this place. This community Museum is small but you’ll find fossils, local fauna, daily life items and regional clothing. There’s a store and guided tours.
Their objective is to get the word out of this bay’s natural and cultural patrimony.