Although its way down south, (but not more than 3-4 hrs from mulege) on the pacific side- Punta conejo is awesome. Left point in the summer, right in the winter, and miles of stomping beachbreak. camping for 30p/ night, and theres even an outhouse and a watertank/shower apparatus. the landowner is a super chill old cowboy who likes the mota and takes his time talking (which is great for spanish 'tards like me to comprehend half the conversation). 4wd is almost mandatory, and you have to be fully Baja camping supplied, including water, shade tarps, all your camping supplies because there is literally no supplies to be had for miles... besides fresh fish. and a gas can, shovel, and a bike pump or air compressor of some type is not a bad idea, because if you get stuck in the sand (no good baja trip should go by without at least one good parking job up to the axles
) you'll need the pump to reinflate your tires enough to get to a gas station. and extra truck parts and a secod spare aren't a bad idea either. there is a little fishing village there, really just a shanty-town, and you can purchase some of their catch every day. The lobster pots weren't accessible because of hurricane swell (!), but one of the locals prepared us the biggest oysters i have ever seen, like 3" long and more than 1" thick. And the waves were epic. like the post above mentioned, be prepared for a serious stomping. i have never gotten worked like that. (i did paddle out to the pont on an 8' day.) after that i surfed the inside reformed waves, which were still a couple feet (plenty). it is far enough south that the water wasn't too cold at all, but that was july.the water in northern baja is actually colder than all of southern cali because of some current or another in the pacific.
To get there- driving south on Hwy 1, probably an hour and a half south of ciudad Constitucion, somewhere before LA Paz, the hwy goes west across the peninsula, and once there ( i don't remember exactly,but probably still more than an hour north of La Paz)- there is a fairly big sign for Rancho Conejo, with a Bugs bunny holding a surf board on the right side of the road. there is a dirt road goes 12 miles down to the coast, and the break. There is a little restaraunt store that has the last cold beer for miles, on the highway somewhere right past the turn off.
I have great memories of that trip. down in the tourist zone (cabo), there is also all the famous breaks like zippers, 9 palms, shipwrecks, etc... todo santos is across the peninsula from cabo as well. a mexico surf map was invaluable for us, to get @ locations to all of the breaks. i got one at a surf shop somewhere in socal.... have fun and !bueno suerte!....i am just waiting for school to end so i can go back.... i want to go check out all the travertine waterfalls on the mainland!... there is a ferry from la paz to mazatlan.......