A couple of quick notes on Santa Rosalia. Would love others who have spent more time to weigh as I was only here for an evening and morning. I'll start by saying that if this was a resort town it would be exquisite! Breathtaking views, beautiful water, and every accommodation you could want. Except it’s not a resort town. It’s a previous industrial mining (copper/zinc) town on the bay that was built, shut down, and now the mine has been reopened and is operating again. Sunset from hotel terrace looking north. Sunrise from the hotel terrace looking south. One more sunrise shot from the terrace. Breathtaking! Let’s start out with the good! Incredible views. I am staying in a 600 peso ($30 USD) hotel (thanks Hill Climber!) that literally has million dollar views. If this was Cabo it would be on the Pedregal side and rooms would be $400/night. There is a beautiful promenade that runs the length of the town right next to the sea that is well kept, well lighted, and safe with adults jogging and mom’s and dad’s pushing bay carriages. You can tell when the town was built by the French that they wanted to make it a nice place to be and they created parks and churches for workers and mining executives families. Park on east side of town. Many families out playing and enjoying a beautiful night. Monument on the promendade Even the trash cans are beautiful on the promenade. I would not call these follow on items negatives but items of note if you come to visit… The roads are literally the worst of any town I have ever been in Mexico or the U.S. Potted, rough, holes, not well marked. Granted this is Hwy 1 that runs right thru town and a main North South interstate but they are rough. And the town is not what I would call clean. It seems as if the mines were built, the town was built, and then when the mines shut down so did a lot of the maintenance and clean up which is to be expected. The hotel I stayed at is a great example. Hotel Morro which is just South of town has an absolutely beautiful French inspired courtyard and maybe the best views in Santa Rosalia with a balcony that is over yards long and easily 100’ up off the water. Very safe with rooms that are spacious, air conditioning excellent, and good internet but definitely not fancy. But like in town the outside terrace area has not been swept in years and there is trash in the corners. For guys with big bikes (Ultraglides, Goldwings, etc.) be careful coming in. The ‘road’ into the hotel is filled with 3-5” big rounded rocks that are hard packed into the dirt. Would absolutely recommend the hotel especially for the price and am guessing it is one of the nicer in town. In short if you are looking for beautiful views at super reasonable prices, Santa Rosalia is hard to beat. And it does have a small airport with flights daily and a ferry that takes you to the mainland. Would definitely recommend checking it out! Thanks again all for all of the recommendations and suggestions! You have made this trip 10x better. Thanks again!