This actually happened a while ago and I neglected to make a post. On June 4, I saw new signs posted in the Las Tunas, Todos Santos area warning people in English and Spanish not to swim in the ocean. I spoke with Paula of USP (life guard group) and she confirmed that USP was behind the signs but that La Paz was taking credit for them. Doesn’t really matter who gets the credit as long as people are made aware of the dangers of swimming in the ocean in the Las Tunas area.
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Todos Santos, Baja, Mexico is located on the Tropic of Cancer in the southern portion of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico just one hour north of Cabo San Lucas and one hour south of La Paz. Long known as a surfing, cultural, artistic and agricultural center, the town is a desert oasis, 1 kilometer from the Pacific Ocean at the foothills of the Sierra de La Laguna mountains. Since the mid 1980's, the area has become a tourist / retirement destination and home to numerous art galleries, artists, fine restaurants, elegant hotels, unique vacation rentals and local festivals. Todos Santos was named as Baja's first Pueblo Magico in 2006. Todos Santos is Historic Baja Mexico, Surfing, Arts and Galleries, Pueblo Magico, Beaches, Fishing, Restaurants, Hotel California, Rentals, Art and Film Festivals, Hotels and Great Weather!