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The Malecon in Mazatlan is a great place to walk, especially around Carnival time when there are various theme related statues. Various restaurants line the sidewalks across from the Malecon for a cold drink or delicious food!
We took a taxi into Puerto Vallarta, on cobblestone road. Once there, we walked along the cement pier and watched the sunset. As the evening progresses, artists, musicians, souvenir shops, open for entertain,ent and business. We toured the old cathedral which is only a block...More
Better than Cuba’s malecon, Mazatlán’s is longer and readily available to all. Safe and clean anytime, the malecon is wide enough for walking side by side. Street vendors selling jewelry, hats, and anything you need for your holiday do their best to attract buyers. Closer...More
Very beautiful views it's a must go forsure. Me and my wife haley and my baby boy jameson went on vacation and stayed 2 days their. It was the best. Good location good prices very recomendable.we had a great time we stayed by the malecon...More
This extensive walkway is filled with many wonderful photo opportunities with scenic views of the beaches and Pacific ocean. Lots of fun and a good way to exercise as you walk for miles among the fun loving people of Mazatlan!
This is my third time in Mazatlan, but the first time staying more than two weeks. We are trying out the snowbird experience. Since our last visit 2 years ago the Malecon has been greatly improved. It was great before but now it is certainly...More
We were staying at the Riu Emerald Bay and took the local bus (Sabro Centro) for 11 pesos down to the Malecon. We really enjoyed the opportunity to take photos with the large Mazatlan sign.
The recent improvements to the Malecon are fantastic but on...More
We did an excursion from our cruise ship while visiting Mazatlan. Towards the end of our tour we strolled along the Malecon which is a walkway along the beach. The views were fantastic with shops and restaurants all along the way. We were towards the...More
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There are beach vendors at brujas to rent chairs and umbrellas, but I don’t remember there being any chair vendors on malecon... maybe there are on cruise ship days. We avoid all things near town on cruise ship days... you... More
There are beach vendors at brujas to rent chairs and umbrellas, but I don’t remember there being any chair vendors on malecon... maybe there are on cruise ship days. We avoid all things near town on cruise ship days... you will have to take a taxi to brujas.