What Makes Cerritos/Pescadero Unique?
Pescadero is like an oasis in the desert. The village borders the Sierra de la Laguna mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Here you will find palm plantations that surround roads and farms that coexist with a low density of private residences. The area is well known for growing palm trees, and produce, including cherry tomatoes and basil. Most of these products are grown for export and end up in markets and gourmet food stores in the United States.
The weather in Pescadero is one of the best of all Baja California Sur. Influenced by the Pacific Ocean, you’ll find moderate temperatures throughout the year. In the summer, the ocean breezes keep the heat bearable. March to May is characterized by mildly warm days and lower temperatures at night making it a tourist’s dream.
Surfing beaches dot the length of the Pacific coastline. Two of the best places located in Pescadero are Los Cerritos and San Pedrito. Los Cerritos is one of the best beaches for beginners and intermediate surfers. San Pedrito is considered a beach for advanced surfers because of its rocky bottom and strong currents.