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Angela Peralta Theater
This majestic cultural and historical site has managed to stand the test of time, and has endured to once again shine with all its glamour...
Mazatlán´s Archaeological Museum offers an historical perspective of regional culture through archaeological pieces and historic photographs, which will transport you back in time to the...
The Art Museum of Mazatlán, previously known as the Cultural Center, was established in November of 1998 and is located on the corner of Sixto...
This monument was created to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the Pacífico Brewery in Mazatlán. It is located on Avenida del Mar. A...
The Carpa Olivera is an icon of Mazatlán´s past. This combination of European ideas and local talent brought about a unique building structure, a bit...
Cerritos and Brujas Beaches
These beaches are truly charming. Located at the far northern edge of the City, right past the two marinas. Cerritos Beach is the most exotic,...
Mazatlán´s City Forest is referred to as the City´s lungs, and is a protected natural territory that is one of Mazatlán´s most beautiful and captivating...
Picturesque Concordia is located only 30 miles east of Mazatlán. It has maintained its colonial architecture and ambience with its narrow streets and wood-burnt tile...
Copala is an enchanting town that portrays the old authentic Mexico, a place where time seems to have stopped. Its appearance in fact is essentially...
Located 104 miles northeast of Mazatlán, Cosalá has been declared a Pueblo Mágico, or Magical Town, due to its natural allure, including its Historical Center,...
Deer Island is ideal for enjoying semi-virgin, exotic beaches, where their peacefulness and captivating scenery are perfect for a leisurely stroll, a good read or...
This is a truly beautiful monument. The top part of the monument is a bronze sculpture of a small, arrogant and spirited deer, meant to...
El Quelite is only 23 miles north of Mazatlán, a picturesque town with narrow, cobblestone streets and central square. Rural colonial architecture combines with verandas...
Situated 40 miles south of Mazatlán, El Rosario is one of the most faithfully-preserved mission towns in the region. The town’s crowning structure is its...
El Salto Lake
Mexico's Lake El Salto is the most famous bass fishing lake in the world. This reputation has been due to the thousands of huge bass...
This monument was created to celebrate the beginning of the new millennium. Designed by Antonio López Sáenz, this elegant bronze sculpture depicts the typical Mazatlecan family,...
The Fisherman´s Monument is the best-known and most-visited monument, depicting local marine life. Local´s call it "Los Monos Bichis", "Bichis" being slang for nude, since...
La Noria and Puerta de Canoas
La Noria and Puerta de Canoas welcome visitors by offering a unique cultural experience, as they take their place as a great option among day-trip...
Lake Picachos is Mexico's newest and hottest bass lake! A real bass factory!!! Lake Picachos is located approximately 30 miles northeast of the famous beach resort...
Las Labradas: Petroglyphs
The archaeological zone of Las Labradas, located 40 minutes north of Mazatlan, is an archaeological site with hundreds of black and blue stones decorated by...
Los Pinos Beach
This is a small, picturesque beach located on Paseo Claussen. It´s a favorite among locals and surfers. This small, picturesque beach is located next to the...
Located between Constitución and Sixto Osuna Streets, close to Carnaval Street, this Square owes its name to Juan Nepomuceno Machado, a Philippine national, who donated...
This monument is located at the entrance to a look-out terrace that forms part of the "Rodolfo Sánchez Taboada" esplanade. It pays tribute to the...
Monument at Mazatlan's Aquarium
This monument is located at the entrance to the City´s Aquarium. It depicts the understanding and harmony that should always exist in every society, to...
Monument to Life
Just a few feet from the "Mazatlecan Woman" monument, you´ll find one of the most beautiful monuments in this Port. It pays tribute to the...
Municipal Art Center
Hundreds of Mazatlecans and foreigners have forged their careers in the different disciplines offered at the Municipal Arts Center. Classes in painting, sculpture, literature, different types...
Olas Altas Beach
It is currently a favorite spot for those that enjoy a relaxing atmosphere under the sun. It´s part of the attractiveness of Old Mazatlán. This...
Pato Blanco Beach
A peaceful and isolated beach, perfect for those seeking peace and privacy. Ideal for having a good time with friends, enjoying the sun, reading a...
Pedro Infante Monument
This monument pays tribute to Pedro Infante, known here in Sinaloa as "The idol from Guamúchil”. It stands on the boardwalk along Paseo del Centenario,...
Pino Suárez Open Market
The Pino Suárez open market is housed in a building that dates back to the late 19th Century, and is located right in the heart...
Playa Norte Beach
Playa Norte beach is the longest beach that is located in what is considered to be the scenic part of the City. It begins at...
Portales de Cannobio Building
The Cannobio House with its front arches is one of the most valued historical estates in Old Mazatlán. It faces the Machado Square, and was...
The Pulmonía Monument honors this City´s unique means of transportation. "Pulmonía" means pneumonia. These golf-cart-like open vehicles were named like this because, when they first...
Queen of the Seas Monument
The Queen of the Seas monument is set upon the rocks facing the ocean, at the esplanade called Plazuela Sánchez Taboada. It consists of a...
Sábalo, Gaviotas and Camaron Beaches
Located throughout the Golden Zone, these beach boundaries are almost imperceptible, since they are all connected, one after the other. Mazatlán´s most traditional hotels and...
Sanchez Taboada Esplanade
The public ocean-front esplanade called Glorieta Sánchez Taboada is also called a "Plazuela" or Square by locals, due to its size and its popularity, where...
Sea Lion Monument
A monument consisting of four sea lions, a species endemic to this Port, which is located where Avenida de los Deportes and Avenida del Mar...
Sea Shell Museum
You can´t miss visiting one of the most unique museums in the Country! This museum, unlike any other in Mexico, is located on Avenida Playa Gaviotas...
This shield was created in 1959, combining the City and State´s shields, to capture their essence in a colorful and beautiful monument. This shield is divided...
Undoubtedly, Stone Island is a magnificent, natural idyllic setting that will captivate your senses. Beautiful virgin beaches and spectacular flora and fauna are only some...
Teacapan has great tourist potential thanks to its beautiful beaches, its rich archeological sites, and a vast array of natural beauty. Visitors can engage in...
The Cathedral located right in the heart of this City. The building as a whole is nothing short of majestic. Its architectural design and ornamental...
The Cliff Divers
Daring cliff divers dive towards the Pacific Ocean´s waters among large rocks, where the water is 8.20 feet deep. They dive from the highest rocky...
Mazatlán´s lighthouse is the second-highest lighthouse built on a natural setting in the world, after Gibraltar´s lighthouse in Spain. Every Mazatlecan is always ready to...
The Seaside Boardwalk or Malecon
Mazatlán´s seaside boardwalk, or Malecón, is the longest in Mexico and the second longest in the world, from which you can admire many of Mazatlán´s...
The Three Islands
These islands called Bird, Deer and Wolf islands are part of Mazatlan's landscape, they are easily located on the maritime horizon, facing the Golden Zone. They...
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