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It seems that for over a year now the Malacon has been under construction for one reason or another and traffic has been diverted away from the ocean. So my advice is to not plan to travel in that area until construction is completed.
If you are in Mazatlan you will love the Malecon for walking along the beach, sightseeing, people watching, rent a bicycle to ride the Malecon, you will see runners, all ages of tourists and locals enjoying the view of the surf and then choose a...More
A good stretch out the Malecon was being repaired. The sidewalk is going to look great when it’s done with all the new brick work. Obviously went at the right time but the Sunday morning till 2 PM not a good time as it was...More
If you’re going to Mazatlan then you just have to walk the malacon. Great exercise, people watching, vendors, ocean activity watching and shopping possibilities. Takes you from town centre to the gold zone,both areas worth a visit.
More than just your average tourist stuff, there are some genuine good shops sprinkled in there. And great restaurants. And if you get tired of walking it's extremely easy to grab a cab or pulmonia or even a bus at any time. An enjoyable afternoon...More
The malecon was closed to vehicle traffic when we were there, but it is scheduled to re-open very soon. Upgrades include a wider area for pedestrians, more room for food and gift stands, a green bike lane, and smaller two-way traffic lanes for cars with...More
The malecon has been undergoing renovation for a while. We're told it reopens for one lane of traffic each Direction next Monday. Can't wait to see the improvements. This section along the water is gorgeous great place to walk
Watch out for Paloma drivers offering gifts to attend a Time Share presentation. If you don't buy you don't get your gifts and you are escorted out to a taxi. If you demand your gifts they threaten you that they won't pay for a ride...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.