Area Code -- The telephone area code is 615.
Banks -- This little town nearly made it a decade into the 21st century without having its own bank. Luckily, cash-strapped visitors can now visit the Bancomer on Zaragoza between Martínez and Madero.
Beach Safety -- Beaches in the area are generally tranquil and safe for swimming. The more protected waters of Bahía Concepción are especially calm. Avoid swimming at the mouth of the Mulegé River, which is said to be polluted.
Internet Access -- Most of the hotels in town offer Internet access and Wi-Fi for hotel guests and visitors.
Medical Care -- Emergency medical services are offered by the Mexican Red Cross (tel. 615/153-0110) and the Health Center ISSSTE (tel. 615/153-0298).
Parking -- Street parking is generally easy to find in the downtown area. Note, however, that Mulegé's streets are very narrow and difficult for RVs and other large vehicles to navigate. Also, many streets are one-way.
Pharmacy -- Farmacia Ruben, Calle Francisco Madero s/n, at the northwest corner of the central plaza (no phone), is a small drugstore with a sampling of basic necessities and medicines. The owner speaks some English. Across the plaza, Supermercado Alba (no phone) has a somewhat wider selection of other goods and toiletries. Both are open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 7pm.
Post Office -- The correo is at the intersection of calles Francisco Madero and General Martínez, on the north side of the street, opposite the downtown Pemex station (tel. 615/153-0205). It is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 3pm, and Saturday from 8 to 11am.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.