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If you are a gastronomy lover, “The Pacific Pearl” is definitely a place to visit. Here, you will find typical dishes like red tamale or grilled fish with shrimp cracklings, which you should try in a restaurant with ocean view. In addition to this, there are many other things to do to in Mazatlán. Keep reading and discover our recommendations.
This Magic Town, birthplace of the famous Mexican singer Lola Beltrán, was an important mining center during the XVIII and XIX centuries. It is also one of the most famous tourist attractions in the state thanks to its nearly 25 miles of sandy beaches.
This festive season with over 100 years of history, brings fun and joy to the city streets. During the 5 previous days to Ash Wednesday, you can enjoy fireworks, Norteño music live performances and parades where you will be able to see thoroughly decorated floats, amazing costumes and talented dancers.
Considered the second largest one in the word, it is divided in 9 sections from the northern part of the city to the historic center. By walking o by taking a pulmonía (local cab that looks like an over-sized golf cart) you will fall in love with the incredible sunsets over the Pacific Ocean.
To get to this island you need to board a catamaran. Along the bay, you will see some emblematic spots like a lighthouse, a pirate cave, the sea lions rock and the sister islands. Isla de la Piedra is also famous because of its soft waves, clear waters and great hotel offering.
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