Music, dance and colors. The center of Cabo San Lucas comes alive with local artists, regional producers and restaurants that create a festive atmosphere.
Amelia Wilkes Plaza, the location of Kilometer 0 of the spectacular road that crosses the Baja California peninsula, invites you each day of the week to live different experiences: meat, tacos or pasta dinner night, a reading afternoon with coffee, a day to visit the Museum of Cabo San Lucas or tour galleries and jewelry stores. The energy is constant![two_first]
Fridays in particular turn this emblematic square into a casual get together of locals and tourists. It is the meeting point for artisans who exhibit products such as zorrillo candy, bread made with cream, chimango, empanadas, cooking salts, embroidery, pearl jewelry, oil paintings, and other memorable items that are perfect for taking home.
Friday afternoons are enlivened with Mariachi music that gets people dancing, as well as the catrinas that invite you to visit the nearby restaurants and pose for a photo.
Celebrating the multiculturalism of Cabo San Lucas!