A paradise to discover
Recognized for being one of the most beautiful bays in Mexico. It is protected by the Isla Ángel de la Guarda, which, together with more than fifteen islands of volcanic origin, makes the sea calm and peaceful.
Bahía de los Ángeles was the port where the San Francisco de Borja Ádac Mission was supplied, which is located 37 km from the coast and in the 19th century silver deposits were found and it became a mining town.
This small town has a pleasant Plaza de Armas with the traditional kiosk where you can mingle with the locals. Specifically, Isla Ángel de la Guarda, is the largest in the entire archipelago. This island does not have any human settlement but a great variety of birds such as seagulls and pelicans live here, as well as a good number of reptiles.
It has rocky beaches to the south and white sand beaches, fine grained in the rest of the bay. The waves are gentle, with a regular slope, with green-blue water that contrasts with the desert landscapes and the imposing mountains.
Its waters have a unique marine wealth, since it has a unique combination of islands and marine canyons that generate strong marine currents.
Activities and places:
• Visit Sea Breeze
• Take kayak or “panga” rides.
• Observe the sea lions
• Visit the nearby islands
• Whale watching
• Swim with whale sharks
• Explore the mountains that surround the bay