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Richard Jackson Photo Galeria
Canvas, prints, postcards and morestop
Galeria on the Loreto Square
Closed Sunday & Monday
Website or email address
Dolphin Dive Baja
Juarez St. ½ block the malecón
remember to bring your Diving Card
+52 (613) 135 19 14
Vista al Mar
Clam Shack Reastaurant
on the beach South of Loreto Bay
Seafood Restaurant & more
on Davis St. 5 miles north of town
follow the sigs on a sandy dirt road
Across from the Mission
email or Website
Purisima Purification Mini Market
Fresh Fruit Juices & Water Store
Hyw.1 just before the turn Rt.on Salvator
On December 1st at about 8 a.m a group of horse riders will gather in front of the church in Loreto.
Usually about 80 to 100 riders gather, but this year there might be more because it is a Saturday.
Departure is about 8:30 or 9 a.m. ish. Many of them overnight at Rancho Viejo.
Then on Sunday, Dec. 2nd, in San Javier, if you want to see the whole herd of "cabalgantes" as they ride through the village in full-festival mode, be sure to arrive early. They may be leaving riding from Rancho Viejo (about 10 km north of San Javier) at about 10 a.m., so it is slow driving as they usually take up a lane. Try to get to San Javier early and plan to see the arrival of cabalgantes about noon and maybe a 2nd wave of them afterwards as the ones arriving from Cd. Constitution and as far away as La Paz may ride in a bit later. Riders from the south might travel 12 days to ride in the 'horse parade" on the 2nd.