Traveling to Los Cabos this season? If this is the case, after you go through a few days of tropical treatment it might be time for a bit of cultural immersion and genuine aesthetic bliss. San Jose del Cabo is known for being more quintessentially Mexican than its sister town of Cabo San Lucas. That doesn’t mean you will find taco stands in every corner. Far from it, San Jose del Cabo offers a great variety of fine dining restaurants and a prolific art circuit that work together to provide you with the most glamorous evening of your holidays.
Artwalks take place every Thursday evening between November and April, luring visitors from all walks of life to stroll down to the San Jose del Cabo Art District before heading to one of the finest restaurants in town. Far from big city art fairs, in San Jose del Cabo´s artwalks you will meet with the creators of your favorite paintings while you sip a glass of bubbly on the house.
You will find plenty of inspiration to decorate your home amidst the hand-crafted accessories and forged steel pieces on display at Casa Don Pablo and the variety of works in bronze, resin, oil and mixed media collage that will tease your eyes at Casa Dahlia. Are you looking for the perfect home-warming gift or want to surprise your friends back home with some Naïve Folk art? Or perhaps you are in search of the finest quality art work for your luxury villa in Los Cabos Golden Corridor? There are over a dozen galleries offering the best works of Mexican and international artists to find what you wish for and whet your appetite for more. On a different note, Muvezi Gallery brings the finest African sculptures to Pacific shores and donates 20% of their earnings to beat malaria, providing you with the chance of practicing the art of charity together with your love for art.
Worth noting down in your agenda, the weekly Artwalks in San Jose del Cabo are the perfect excuse to enjoy a glass of Cabernet in an elegant environment. While mingling with the guests, watch out for big celebrities trying to hide behind their oversized shades, you never know who might go shopping for art in Los Cabos!