Located directly east of the tip of the Baja Peninsula, 17 gorgeous miles of palm-lined beachfront make Mazatlan a winner among sun destinations. Visit the active seaport and historical attractions, or enjoy hiking, eco-tours and aquatic sports. Mazatlan graciously welcomes visitors to its charming city featuring old world charm.
  • A stroll along the famous Malecon is great for shopping and dining.
  • For a little adventure, trek through Mazatlan's scenic hillsides and numerous valleys.
  • Once just a quaint fishing village, big game fishing is still popular here. Charter a boat for a half or full day trip.
  • Enjoy an awesome panoramic view from the "Faro," the second largest lighthouse in the world towering 447 feet over the harbor.
  • The Island of the Birds, Island of he Deer and Island of the Wolves are trademarks of Mazatlan. Transportation by pagna, or small boat, is provided to these tranquil beaches.
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