MAZATLÁN (LAS TRES ISLAS)
MAZATLÁN (LAS TRES ISLAS)

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EXTENSIVE BEACHES AND A NUMBER OF TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

The largest commercial port in the Mexican Pacific coast since 1531, Mazatlán provides the best facilities for ships between Los Angeles and the Panama Canal, and is home to the largest shrimp fishing fleet in Mexico.

With 85 miles of golden beaches and calm waters, and temperatures that range from 70º to 80ºF November through April, this unique port city is a perfect blend of history and natural beauty, and a fun place to be any time of the year. The easiest way to get around Mazatlán are the pulmonías, motorcycles with a canopy that look a little like taxis.

Enjoy your favorite water sports along its long beaches and indulge in the wide variety of restaurants and night-life.

Mazatlán is divided into Old Mazatlán and the Zona Dorada, where most of the hotels, restaurants and two modern marinas are located.

If you are here one week before Ash Wednesday, you will be one of the many visitors that come from all over the world for the lively carnival held since 1989. With parades, floats, bands, dancing in the streets near Old Mazatlán, masquerade ball and demonstrations by artists of all sorts, the carnival has been compared to those of Rio and New Orleans.

The traditional cuisine of Mazatlán combines the pre-Hispanic, the colonial and the international, and is blessed by the enormous variety of seafood and fish found in the surrounding waters. The local shrimp are known as U 10, because ten of them weigh one pound. They are simply fabulous, and each restaurant has its own way of preparing them.

Come and see for yourself. You can take non-stop flights to Mazatlán from several cities in the U.S. and Canada, or from Mexico City. Take the train through Copper Canyon or a bus from Nogales and other Mexican cities, or drive along the modern Pan-American four-lane highway that connects Mazatlán to the rest of the country. Mazatlán is 751 miles from Nogales, Arizona, in the U.S. border, and 683 miles from Mexico City. The ferry service between La Paz and Mazatlán operates daily, and many cruise ships from San Diego and Los Angeles also stop over at Mazatlán. La temperatura promedio en el año es de 24º C.

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN MAZATLÁN

Visit Las Labradas

Explore Estero del Yugo

Visit the Mazatlan Aquarium

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