Mulegé is well known as the access point to Bahía Concepción, a beautifully big bay, and for being a town that is authentically Baja. As an oasis town, Mulegé is popular with snorkelers, divers, and fishermen. While much of the area is gaining popularity with outdoor adventurists, the eastern region of Bahía Concepción remains rugged, unexplored, and unpopulated. For those looking for an adventure in Baja, for an opportunity to create new paths, Mulegé and its nearby bay is an excellent option. Mulegé also has some fame as the host of the landmark Mission Santa Rosalía de Mulegé. This mission’s construction began in 1668 and was completed in 1705—a timeline that makes it Baja’s second oldest mission.