Totally recommend it!!! One of the longest waterfront walks, 21 kms of beautiful scenery with the three islands and the most amazing sunsets
Easy to walk, smooth flat surface, along the ocean. many metal sculptures depicting Mazatlan, Pulmonia, motorcyles, etc. Views of all 3 islands make for an interesting site. You can walk, ride a bike, jog, or just sit around along the malecon a must see.
What's not to like? 7.5 miles of seawall/sidewalk along the ocean. Great views of the 3 islands, amazingly detailed metal statues (don't miss the piano player and the motorcycle courier). One night we saw fireworks and also a cliff diver. Some areas of the beach are great for recreation, other areas great for watching the surf hit and swirl among... More
a walk along this seawall will provide you with many sights and sounds. one of the busiest avenue in mazatlan with numerous shops, restaurants, and hotels on one side, all bordered by the ocean and beach on the other.
The Malecon goes from the Golden Zone all the way to Playa Olas Atlas, and along the way you can see it all. Basically a super wide paved colorful sidewalk, the Malecon runs along the West coast of the city and is a lovely walk or jog, but if you have access to bikes or rollerblades it is an ideal... More
21km long paved seawall! Beach, golden zone, historical sculptures and statues along the way. Perfect for rollerblading! *must remember to bring rollerblades next trip, or rent a bicycle
this is a nice morning walk next to the ocean with a great view of old town and the ocean. there are several historical stations that explain the history of mazatlan. there are several eating places along the malacon and you can always get a beer.
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