If you like seafood and the freshest fish, dining in La Paz is a joy. Its chefs work magic with tuna, blue marlin, rock oysters, clams and abalone and lobster.
In addition to fish and seafood, local cuisine includes different meats, often seasoned with damiana, a wild herb that with medicinal properties that grows in the Baja. Many locals also believe that it is an aphrodisiac. You can also buy damiana liqueur in a uniquely shaped bottle modeled after an Incan Goddess.