The Pueblos Magicos (translated into English as Magical Villages) program initiated by Mexico’s Secretariat of Tourism in 2001 aims to promote as many distinctive and beautiful towns as possible throughout the 31 states of Mexico. In 2015 the number of Pueblos Magicos in Mexico was 83 towns with more towns applying to be considered for the program.
Though most people who stay in Cabo San Lucas are attracted to the restaurants, nightlife, and water sports available in the area there are some who enjoy the parks and green spaces much more. The Baja California peninsula is filled with nature reserves, both land and marine, which are open to tourists and locals who want to spend time in the great outdoors. They are open most days and are generally free to get into.