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Ranked #31 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Bodies of Water
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Ranked #32 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Performances
Owner description: Located in El Cid Castilla- This exceptional dinner-Show setting offers guests and visitors a variety of dinning buffet... more » Owner description: Located in El Cid Castilla- This exceptional dinner-Show setting offers guests and visitors a variety of dinning buffet ranging from Mexican to Oriental cuisine, but also, the best entertaining night live shows that perform in the Pacific Pearl. Enjoy La Pergola delightful cuisine while contemplating the different amusing performances such as Mexican fiestas, Karaoke nights, Broad away-style shows « less
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Ranked #33 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: Luna is the only Contemporary Art Gallery in Mazatlan's Centro Historico that deals exclusively in Fine Art. Housed in a... more » Owner description: Luna is the only Contemporary Art Gallery in Mazatlan's Centro Historico that deals exclusively in Fine Art. Housed in a renovated historic building in the heart of Old Town, Luna showcases paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture by local and international artists: a collective that encircles abstract to realism.Luna Gallery openings are usually the Wednesday before Artwalk (Artwalk is the First Friday of each month, November thru May). Visit us on Artwalk! « less
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Ranked #34 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Shops
Pick the perfect shell at this museum / shop, which sells some shells and displays the rarest specimens.
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Ranked #35 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Located in the downtown area, the plaza features a gazebo and mango trees in traditional Mexican style.
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Ranked #36 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Mountains
This is the tallest hill in Mazatlan topped by the El Faro Lighthouse.
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Ranked #37 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
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Ranked #38 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: History Museums
Small museum in Olas Altas featuring exhibits of Sinaloan history and culture as well as several pottery displays.
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Ranked #39 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Monuments/ Statues
This colossal bronze sculpture is an awe-inspiring piece of art found on the Paseo Claussen.
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Ranked #40 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Beaches
Considered by many to be Mazatlan's best beach.
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Ranked #41 of 54 attractions 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 #42 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Lookouts
High point in Mazatlan where the view of the older part of town and beaches is breathtaking.
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Ranked #43 of 54 attractions 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 #44 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Golf Courses
A nine-hole public course with caddies available.
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Ranked #45 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
  • A fort that isn't 12/29/2011
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Built in 1892, this fort honors the March 31, 1864 heroic efforts of a local garrison, and now serves as a maritime office.... more » Owner description: Built in 1892, this fort honors the March 31, 1864 heroic efforts of a local garrison, and now serves as a maritime office. « less
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Ranked #46 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Lookouts
This high hill, also called "El Mirador," offers a splendid view of the town below.
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Ranked #47 of 54 attractions in Mazatlan
Category: Government Buildings
This is Mazatlan's City Hall, where Independence Day celebrations are held each year.
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Owner description: Experience the flavors and rhythms of our outdoor Argentine Dinner Theater every Saturday night at El Patio, El Cid Granada... more » Owner description: Experience the flavors and rhythms of our outdoor Argentine Dinner Theater every Saturday night at El Patio, El Cid Granada in Mazatlan. Savor the exquisite selection of steaks grilled on the barbeque accompanied by an assortment of tasty buffet side dishes while enjoying an exceptional live Argentine Show including accordion solos, tango lessons and folkloric dance. « less
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Category: Historic Sites
Located in downtown Mazatlan, the only hint left of this former battleground is a lone cannon.
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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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Category: Lookouts
Easy to find because of its landmark cannon, this hilltop spot offers a great view of the entire city.
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