Loreto (Baja California)
Loreto International Airport (IATA: LTO) is 15 minutes south of downtown Loreto. Alaska Airlines  flies from Los Angeles 4 to 5 times per week while WestJet  flies from Calgary on Saturdays from November to April. Domestic services are provided by Aéreo Calafia , a regional airline that operates flights to La Paz, Tijuana, Guaymas, and Hermosillo.
The transportation to and from the airport is only available by taxi service (there’s no public transportation service to the airport). A seat in a shared van is US$7 one way per person.
Loreto is accessible by car using the Federal Highway 1, which runs from Cabo San Lucas to Tijuana, Baja California, terminating at the US-Mexico border crossing (San Ysidro CA Port of Entry), where it turns into Interstate 5. However, be advised that the road has only two lanes and serves as the main street in several towns and villages.
Autotransportes de la Baja California  and Autotransportes Aguila  have a station in the town, on Salvatierra Street. These lines operate services between Loreto and other destinations in Baja California and Baja California Sur (Mexicali, Tijuana, La Paz and Cabo San Lucas). For instance, the ride to La Paz takes approximately 5 to 6 hours one way and costs MX$800 as of November 2016. Departures for La Paz are 1 AM, 3:45 AM, 8 AM, 10 AM, 11 AM, 4:20 PM, 7:30 PM, and 11 PM. The 8 AM and 11 PM buses continue on to Cabo San Lucas (approximately 8 hours) and costs MX$1,100.
From the US, the services are via Tijuana, where Greyhound  has a station (the service involves bus change to the ones of ABC or Aguila lines).
Cruise services are available from San Diego, which include dinner cruises, gambling cruises and 'party excursions'. Private boats use the port facilities of Puerto Escondido  ("Hidden Port"), a safe natural harbor surrounded by hills, located 30 minutes from downtown. This is the base for the Hidden Port Yacht Club. 
In the city proper, all you need to do is walk. The airport is a short ride from downtown and the main strip.
Greet the day at Guaycura for a fine Mexican breakfast. Dine indoors or on the patio terrace with spectacular views of the Sea of Cortez, sparkling swimming pools and our gardens. For diner, themed and A la Carte with a choice of both Mexican and international entrees. Enjoy Wine Bar Specials Monday - Wednesday.
Enjoy a variety of Baja dishes, salads, light sandwiches & hamburgers at our Pool Restaurant. Be sure to try our signature margaritas and enjoy our fresh made chips & salsa under the tropical sun.
Ponder at the natural beauty of the Loreto Marine Park from an exquisite rooftop terrace bar. Special Events, Specials and Happy Hour.
This is the place to meet new friends. Located on the top level of the resort, the stars serve as your ceiling and the dramatic combination of the desert, the mountains, and the blue sea offer competing views. Open daily.
A 155-room resort, which sits on a secluded beach. Every room offers spectacular views of the Sea of Cortés. The resort’s heated pool invites year-round swimming and the gardens are ideal for celebrating all types of special events, including oceanfront weddings, family reunions, birthdays, anniversaries and more. Adjacent to the resort, you’ll find the Loreto Golf Club, an 18-hole par 72 golf course, and the Loreto Tennis Center.
San Javier is a beautiful town in the mountains 30km west of Loreto, with cobblestone streets and a 300 year old Spanish mission. Along the road you will have stunning views back towards the sea. Check road conditions before departing.