Bahia Kino is on the coast in the state of Sonora, which borders Arizona and New Mexico in the USA. It is approximately 70 miles west of the state capital, Hermosillo. It was named after a Jesuit missionary who established a mission here in the 17th century.
The following buisnesses provide services in the town of Bahia Kino, Sonora.
Bahia Kino is split into two parts, Kino Viejo which is basically a fishing village and Kino Nuevo - a beachfront road lined with expensive houses, many of which belong to Americans who like to spend the winter months here. Most visitors to Bahia Kino come for its beautiful beach, and its proximity to the USA.
There is one cultural attraction, the Museo de los Seris. The Seri are the indigenous people of this area. They are best known for their ironwood carvings, and there is a shop next to the museum which sells eaxmples of their handicraft.