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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
The Malecón in Mazatlan was under construction at the time during our visit. We were still able to walk along the scenic 5 mile stretch tho, just had to avoid work crews pouring new cement and laying pavers. The new revitalization of the Malecón will...More
Love that the Malecon was updated this year. They have a bike lane designated for bikes, You can rent bikes on there if you don’t have your own, The views are amazing, great shops, they are on the opposite side of the street. There is...More
The Malecon is cutlrretnly under renovations but I think that it is going to be fabulous when it is completed!
It appears that Matzalan is renovating the entire 7 mile strip.
This will be so beautiful and
So deserving of a visit and a walk...More
Everything is included in a single visit to the Malecon! It is beautiful and I would suggest making this a day trip when visiting! You can rent bikes to travel down the Malecon or choose to walk... Either way, it is a great experience but...More
What a fantastic seawall/Boardwalk. Very well maintained, even ground. There is some construction on the road alongside it, but doesn't involve the boardwalk. Very safe place to walk. Statues along the way very nice. The first day we were here we went down to see...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.