Drop-Dead Gorgeous Places to Stay in Mexico’s “Magical Town,” Todos Santos

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There are enough wanderlust-inducing towns and cities in Mexico to fill up your restorative vacation calendar (New Year's resolution: get one of those) for years. Though you'll probably always have a spot in your heart for classics like Tulum, recently other gems like Isla Holbox and the surfing mecca of Todos Santos have been getting a lot of attention.

Besides its healthy surf-bum vibes, Todos Santos is also conveniently close to Cancun (two hours away) and full of yoga studios, boho boutiques, and nature activities—the most exciting of which is its UNESCO-designated whale watching reserves. No wonder in Mexico it's designated as a Pueblo Magico, or "magical town."

And like pretty much anywhere else in the world, there are a slew of beautiful pads to make your restorative trip that much more enchanting.

Keep scrolling to see six bookable and dreamy Airbnbs.

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1. $103 per night

Not only is this cabana beachside, but it also sits on an organic farm where you can pick your own produce.

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2. $133 per night

This home is basically an architectural marvel, combining modern elements with traditional Mexican design to create a space that is harmonious with nature.

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3. $201 per night

Secluded yet still close to the beach, this home is perfect for those who want—or need—both a pool and ocean option.

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4. $355 per night

Airbnb's new bill-split feature means your eight-person squad can cozy up in this beautiful home besides being beachside, comes equipped with a spa section and space for activities like volleyball and bocce.

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5. $308 per night

With patio views, a pool, and a hot tub you may not ever need to leave this residence. But if you do—the beach is just a hop and a skip away.

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6. $155 per night

This secluded Secret Garden-esque Airbnb is the perfect oasis to recover from your day of hiking, yoga, and whale watching.

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