Playa Santispac, Baja


Beautiful Playa Santispac can be found on the coast of the Bahia de Concepcion. Because campers can set up shop right on the sand, this place is a hotspot for the van life and RV set. Paddleboarding, swimming, snorkeling, and two restaurants are just some of the activities available at the because. Stopping here for a day or two is highly recommended for anyone driving across the Baja peninsula.



When I’m camping on the Baja Peninsula, Playa Santispac is a great spot. The beach is stunning, and it also has great paddleboarding, snorkeling, fishing, and two excellent eateries right on the sand. Lots of people who fly south for the winter stay here for months at a time and never leave. 


Basically the entire beach is a campground. Campsite fees are paid daily at the gate. A couple of restaurants, some restrooms, and some palapas can all be found on the beach. Locals will drive by throughout the day offering a variety of goods and services, including firewood, water, fish, and more.
  • Price: 200 pesos per night


On both ends of the beach, you can find restaurants where you can eat and listen to live music. As an added bonus, they’ll be playing tunes on the weekends. The quality of the food served here is exceptional, and it’s not too expensive.

It’s a privilege to have Playa Santispac for our enjoyment, so please practice Leave No Trace principles.



  • Along Baja Route 1 south of Mulege

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