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Ranked #1 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches
Situated at the northern end of Mazatlan, this beach is great for surfers and beach bums alike.
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Ranked #2 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #3 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches
The nearest beach to the cruise terminal.
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Ranked #4 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches; Islands; Horseback Riding Stables
With nothing but coconut trees, beaches and open-air restaurants for 14 km, this is where the locals go to relax.
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Ranked #5 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Islands
Amphibious vehicles take vacationers to this uninhabited island off Mazatlan for snorkeling trips and other beach activities.
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Ranked #6 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches
This beach, with grass growing atop its dunes, is quiet and undeveloped.
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Ranked #7 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #8 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches; Resort Communities
This tourist strip houses many exclusive mega-hotels.
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Ranked #9 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches
Beach located in the Golden Zone.
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Ranked #10 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Bodies of Water
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Ranked #11 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Islands
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Ranked #12 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Mountains
This is the tallest hill in Mazatlan topped by the El Faro Lighthouse.
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Ranked #13 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
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Ranked #14 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches
Considered by many to be Mazatlan's best beach.
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Ranked #15 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches
This one-mile stretch of beach is not recommended for swimming, but more for walks on its soft sand.
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Ranked #16 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Caverns/ Caves
Owner description: Found along the Paseo Claussen, this cavern known by locals as "Devil's Cave," used to hide soldiers guarding ammunition in... more » Owner description: Found along the Paseo Claussen, this cavern known by locals as "Devil's Cave," used to hide soldiers guarding ammunition in the days of war. « less
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Ranked #17 of 19 Outdoors in Mazatlan
Category: Lookouts
This high hill, also called "El Mirador," offers a splendid view of the town below.
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Category: Beaches
Located to the south, this beach is narrow, steep and features coarse sand.
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Category: Beaches
This beach is always crowded with surfers as its swells are large and continuous.
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