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As visitors approach San Carlos, their eyes are drawn to the high
rugged peaks of the "Tetas" which lie at the end of the road into town.
This mountain, San Carlos's most beloved landmark, presides over the
The entrance to San Carlos takes one down the 15 mile scenic highway,
lined with flowers and palm trees.
To the left of the highway is a stunning view which, in one sweep, takes
in desert, ocean, tiny islands, and long stretches of sandy beaches.
Soft low mountains painted with lavender shadows surround the whole
At sunset, the sky changes to orange, the mountains to pink, and the
water to deep vermilion.
From this comes the poetic name given by John Steinbeck to the Sea of
Cortez, "the vermilion sea."