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Swimmable beach

Are there any all inclusive resorts that have a beach that you can swim in safely??

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1. Re: Swimmable beach

Medano Beach is the swimmable beach in downtown Cabo. I believe the 2 RIU properties are the closest AI's to it. (Cabo's just not a real big All-Inclusive destination, more about regular hotels and condos). suze

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2. Re: Swimmable beach

Medano beach is the only swimable beach in Cabo San Lucas and there are no all inclusive resorts on it. A few of them do have an all inclusive option though.

The Melia Cabo Real is an all inclusive resort that is right by a swimmable cove, but the MCR is 19 km from Cabo San Lucas.

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Thank you for the info.

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4. Re: Swimmable beach

The Top Questions about Cabo in the upper right has some great info for you. The AI resorts article describes all the AI resorts in Los Cabos (Cabo, Tourist Corridor, SanJose) and lists the ones with an AI option. The Resorts on a Beach articles describes the places on swimmable Medano Beach and quieter Solmar Beach.

Here is a Swimmable Beaches article: tripadvisor.com/Travel-g152515-c157030

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Thanks for the info. Much appreciated.

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