After crossing the mythical Cirios Valley, home of monumental endemic cacti such as the cirio and cardón, the mountain range of the Sierra de San Borja displays a magnificent horizon. Located in one of the most distant points of the peninsula, rugged mountains and islands guard the fantastic meeting between the ochre tones of the desert and the cobalt blue colors of the Sea of Cortés. This is a unique postcard picture opportunity where beauty delights those who visit.
How to get here
In the Punta Prieta rest stop (parador), located on the Federal Highway No. 1, travel 65 miles from Cataviña and then continue 41 miles further eastward.