The last port stop of my Mexican Riviera Cruise with Princess Cruises was Cabo San Lucas. Known for its resort filled beaches, I opted to take a quaint day tour of neighboring Todos Santos.
Todos Santos is a town on the Pacific coast of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula just 50 minutes north of Cabo. It’s know for its artist culture and many art galleries, as well as its beaches for surfing. Just wandering around the half dozen blocks of town I quickly discovered that what was an artist haven for any was a paleta wonderland for me.
Probably best know is Paleteria La Paloma. It’s towards the edge of town and well frequented. They have a nice selection of paletas, but you can also grab a scoop on a cone if that is more what you are in the mood for. And at around $1 each why not have both!
Towards the center of town near the galleries is Rocco Ice Cream. Just on a side street, it is hard to is the perfect pastel pink wall. There is no seating her like at Paleteria La Paloma so hop in, grab a paleta for the road and continue exploring.
On this port excursion you have plenty of time in town so take your time and have a meal or two. Here are some of my other non-sweet faves:
Alma y Mannys (breakfast)
La Bodega de Todos Santos (wine)
Tacos y Mariscos Sinaloense (lunch)
Tre Galline (breakfast, dinner)
Todos Santos Inn (dinner)
This post was sponsored by Princess Cruises. All opinions expressed here are my own.