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Mazatlan: Authentic, relaxing and so close!

Things to do

Beach Activities

Mazatlan is a perfect spot to learn or practice water sports. You will find it very easy to book the activity of your preference: Kayak, water-ski, windsurf, snorkeling, diving, surfing, parachute on the beach and horse riding to name just a few. Among the most popular beaches you will find Playa Olas Altas, and a bit further from the city Playa Brujas and Playa Cerritos. While enjoying the beach, when lunchtime comes, do not forget that Mazatlan has some of the best seafood, particularly shrimps in Mexico. You will find several seafood restaurants offering good value for money options with the best catch of the day.

Give yourselves a Spa Treatment

After a long active day in Mazatlan with your partner, either swimming at the beach, snorkeling or fishing, or enjoying some golf or hiking, you will surely want to take the opportunity to have a spa session together. At most resorts in Mazatlan you will be nicely surprised by the quality of their spa treatments and facilities, including a large repertoire of massage, face masks, manicure and pedicure options Try the spa at your hotel or make an appointment to one of your neighboring facilities.

Historical Walk

Mazatlan´s Historical town is a success story in putting back in value the cultural and architectural heritage of an already attractive travel and romance destination. During the day you will enjoy visiting the Plazuela Machado and the Portales de Cannobio, a museum where you will find original furnishings and sculptures from Mazatlan´s richest economic times. In the afternoon and evening you will enjoy visiting art galleries and the nice dinning facilities and live music that make the Old Mazatlan a live and romantic spot loved by international visitors.

Sports Fishing

Mazatlan's geography on the Pacific Coast, next to the Sea of Cortez, makes it a perfect place to practice sport fishing, both Big Game and Small Game fishing, with a diversity of species: sailfish, marlin, swordfish, wahoo, tuna, dorado (mahi mahi), bonito and shark. If fishing is your thing, you will find all along Mazatlan a large number of boats available for you to sail Mazatlan waters and have a splendid fishing day and then go back and get one of the local restaurants to cook your catch for dinner.