The Mulegé area was uncovered by the Jesuit papa Juan María de Salvatierra. Its unique geographical position was decisive to ensure that in the mid-16th century, it became the major part of the central region of the peninsula.
In all its territorial extension, you can find from one of the most extensive Biospheres in Mexico; World Heritage sites and captivating communities. Do not miss the chance to visit one of the most interesting attractions the “Mision de Santa Rosalia” made by Gustav Eiffel and, of course, the river “Mulege.”
If you are interested in caverns with old rock art cave paintings, San Borjita and Santa Trinidad show a great piece of this ancient art. In San Borjita, you will find cave red and black paintings from around 7500 years ago, representing animal life and human hunting. This city is also recognized for sport fishing; in fact, here you can practice extreme aquatic activities like kayaking, snorkeling, diving, and sailing, among others.