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Top things to do in Sinaloa

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Plaza Machado (Mazatlan)
Central plaza named for Juan Nepomuceno Machado who donated the land.
Malecon (Mazatlan)
Stretching from the original Mazatlan past the Golden Zone to the end of Cerritos Beach, Mazatlan's... more
Located in downtown Mazatlan, the architecture makes it well worth a visit.
Playa Olas Altas (Mazatlan)
The nearest beach to the cruise terminal.
El Faro Lighthouse (Mazatlan)
This lighthouse sits atop Cerro Creston, Mazatlan's highest hill.
At Onilikan, we combine old world craftsmanship and new world technology to produce unique spirits... more
Playa Brujas (Mazatlan)
Situated at the northern end of Mazatlan, this beach is great for surfers and beach bums alike.
El Mirador (Mazatlan)
Also known as "Lookout Mountain," this is the place to go for a fantastic view of town.
  • Fabulous garden 04/03/2015
Acuario Mazatlan (Mazatlan)
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
This aquarium holds over 250 species of fish, a marine museum, Gulf of Mexico Oceanic Fish Tank,... more
Playa Cerritos (Mazatlan)
This beach, with grass growing atop its dunes, is quiet and undeveloped.
Golden Zone (Mazatlan)
This tourist strip houses many exclusive mega-hotels.
Amphibious vehicles take vacationers to this uninhabited island off Mazatlan for snorkeling trips... more
Mercado Municipal (Mazatlan)
This open air market boasts the largest offerings of fresh fruit and meat on the west coast.
Copala (Mazatlan)
Quaint little village with cobblestone streets, colonial buildings and charming square.
Maviri Beach (Topolobampo)
Cerro Creston (Mazatlan)
This is the tallest hill in Mazatlan topped by the El Faro Lighthouse.
This colossal bronze sculpture is an awe-inspiring piece of art found on the Paseo Claussen.
This is a very much overlooked and little known acheological site on the coast of the Sea of Cortez... more