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Mazatlán

Sinaloa

Beaches of golden sand, deep blue seas, an infinite wealth of marine and natural fauna await for you in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, also known as La Perla del Pacífico (The Pearl of The Pacific Ocean). Located in the south of the state, it enjoys the fortune of an ideal weather throughout the year, as well as incredible landscapes and settings.

During your visit, walk through the Historical Center, a site that will take you on a journey back in time through its unique architectural landscapes on a beach site, a legacy of the mining activity that took place near the port. Be amazed at the neoclassical, baroque and eclectic styles of this area; some of them are considered part of ther Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Enjoy the sun in the beaches of the Golden Zone. If extreme acuatic activities are for you, such as surfing or diving, then visit Playa Norte, Playa Gaviotas and Playa Venados. Here you can also practice sport fishing of different species such as sailfish and marlin, one of the most common in local cuisine. Playa Cerritos, Playa Barras de Piatxla, Playa Olas Altas, Playa Norte and Playa Camarón are some of its best beaches.

On the other hand, if you are looking for adventure, you should go to Cerro del Crestón, which is located at the southern end of the city's peninsula; here you can climb to the top to observe its monumental lighthouse, as well as the majesty of the view. It is considered the second biggest natural lighthouse in the world.

In the afternoon, walk along the 13 miles (21 kilometer) long Malecón and get to know the main sites of Mazatlán such as the Glorieta Sánchez Taboada, where there is a show of divers who jump into the sea demonstrating their bravery.

In front of the tourist area, three islands will catch your attention: Isla de Lobos, Isla Pájaros and Isla Venados. Considered natural reserves, you can be visit them on a catamaran tour to enjoy the diversity of their fauna that inhabit their rock formations. Schedule a tour to Isla Venados where you can disembark, kayaking or go sailing.
Beaches of golden sand, deep blue seas, an infinite wealth of marine and natural fauna await for you in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, also known as La Perla del Pacífico (The Pearl of The Pacific Ocean). Located in the south of the state, it enjoys the fortune of an ideal weather throughout the year, as well as incredible landscapes and settings.

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During your visit, walk through the Historical Center, a site that will take you on a journey back in time through its unique architectural landscapes on a beach site, a legacy of the mining activity that took place near the port. Be amazed at the neoclassical, baroque and eclectic styles of this area; some of them are considered part of ther Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Enjoy the sun in the beaches of the Golden Zone. If extreme acuatic activities are for you, such as surfing or diving, then visit Playa Norte, Playa Gaviotas and Playa Venados. Here you can also practice sport fishing of different species such as sailfish and marlin, one of the most common in local cuisine. Playa Cerritos, Playa Barras de Piatxla, Playa Olas Altas, Playa Norte and Playa Camarón are some of its best beaches.

On the other hand, if you are looking for adventure, you should go to Cerro del Crestón, which is located at the southern end of the city's peninsula; here you can climb to the top to observe its monumental lighthouse, as well as the majesty of the view. It is considered the second biggest natural lighthouse in the world.

In the afternoon, walk along the 13 miles (21 kilometer) long Malecón and get to know the main sites of Mazatlán such as the Glorieta Sánchez Taboada, where there is a show of divers who jump into the sea demonstrating their bravery.

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