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The sights visited by most tours are found in a compact area (see Getting Around). The Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center across the road from the cruise port has plazas, gardens, a history museum, and the folkloric shows. Walk north one block to El Malecón, the waterfront esplanade with its huge Mexican flag, and the Civic Plaza with its monumental sculptures. From there, it’s two blocks inland to Zona Central via Ave. Macheros. Another history museum is located in the old jail in Zona Centro, on Ave. Gastelum, just west of Lopez Mateo/Primera. La Bufadora, the marine blowhole is very scenic and dramatic, on a point south of the bay, but its gauntlet of street vendors can be daunting. ATV tours can be booked through Johann & Sandra, a tour-booking agency that represents excursions in many Mexican ports (http://www.cabosanlucastours.net/ensenada, 866-348-6286). Whale watching will be out of season (January–March) and charter fishing trips may take longer than your ship will be in port.
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