The Secretary of the Municipal City Council, Joel Boucieguez, announced the opening of two new tourist markets: Handcrafted Market and Malecon Market where visitors will be able to find souvenirs, handicrafts and typical gastronomy of the port.
The Handcrafted Market will be located in what nowadays knows as the Flowers Market in the center of the city and the Malecon Market will be located on Del Mar Avenue, in what used to be Coliseos; its concept will be very similar to the Mercado Roma in Mexico City, where there are organic and gourmet food stalls, fast food outlets as well as stores and restaurants of the city.
This is how Mazatlan diversifies its tourist offer so our visitors will have a unique experience in the port.
Located at the north end of Mazatlan towards Cerritos and whose beauty has allowed it to consolidate as one of the most emblematic places of the port, Playa Brujas, exotic place surrounded by nature and that is the delight of the water sports fans for the impetus of its waves, will enter a program to certify about 800 linear meters of its beaches in order to preserve and order this area of Mazatlan.
The Clean Beaches Committee of Mazatlan in the forum “Load capacity and management of beaches” organized by the Federal Ministry of Tourism exposed the need to certify more beaches of Mazatlan with the aim to allow a sustainable development that avoids the deterioration and with which it will be possible to guarantee adding good options for leisure in the port.
The certification of a beach implies the signaling, establishment of a current regulation, as well as guaranteeing its cleaning and vigilance that is, to protect its conservation.
In this way Mazatlan seeks to grow its tourist attraction by offering clean and certified beaches for leisure and fun for its visitors.
The port of Mazatlan has always been characterized by the beauty, friendliness and personality of its women, so we present you the beautiful candidates who will compete for the honor of sporting the maximum title of our holiday: Queen of the Mazatlan International Carnival 2018 ‘Patasalada: The Circus of the Talents’ to be held from February 8 to 13.
Daniela, Alexa, Sofia, Mayrim, Elsie, Alejandra, Jessica, Ana Paola, Estefania, Brisia, Gabriela and Naomi expect to have your support, so follow each one of their activities and live close the maximum holiday of the port.
These three beautiful little ones are competing to become the Children’s Queen of the Mazatlan International Carnival 2018 ‘Patasalada: The Circus of the Talents’ to be held in Mazatlan, Sinaloa from February 8 to 13.
Shuleyka, Gretel and Camila expect to have your support, so follow each one of their activities and live close the maximum holiday of the port.
In recent days, the Mayor of Mazatlan officially opened the access to Paseo Olas Altas, which was in renovation phase and that from now will become a pedestrian promenade that will contribute to the leisure and recreation of the community of Mazatlan and its visitors.
Every day from 6:00 pm and up to 01:00 am, the Paseo Olas Altas that covered the streets of Malpica and Dr. Hector Gonzalez will close its vehicular area in order that the families come and enjoy the beauty that Mazatlan gives us. It should be noted that the use of bicycles, skateboards and skates will be allowed only for the vehicular channel, since the sidewalks will be of exclusive use for pedestrians or people who wish to admire sitting the sunsets of the port.
This area of Mazatlan will be protected by elements of the Municipal Public Security and where it is expected to prohibit the ingestion of alcohol and prohibited substances to guarantee the safety of the passers-by.
On your next visit to Mazatlan, visit the Paseo Olas Altas, an ideal alternative for children and adults!
The Magic Towns of Sinaloa: El Fuerte, Mocorito, El Rosario and Cosala will be present in the Fourth National Fair of Magical Towns organized by the Government of the State of Nuevo Leon from November 17 to 19, whose objective is to provide a space to exchange best practices and show the handicrafts, tourism, cultural representations and sale of tourist packages of each Magic Town.
During the 3 days, visitors will learn about the wealth that each Magical Town protects and will have the opportunity to learn about the tourist options through the program “Viajemos Todos por Mexico” created by the federal government to encourage national tourism.
El Fuerte: located to the north of the state of Sinaloa, this magic town is characterized by its historical, architectural and natural heritage which is a legacy of the indigenous communities that inhabited it. These patrimonies can be appreciated in the Plaza de Armas, the parish church, the Municipal Palace, the Mayos ceremonial centers, among others.
El Rosario: small town located 65 km south of Mazatlan was one of the most prosperous regions in northwest Mexico in the exploitation of precious metals such as gold and silver. Inside some valuable pieces of its cultural heritage we can find the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, made of quarry carved under a Baroque Solomonic style, in its interior it shelters one of the jewels of the Christian art in Mexico: its baroque altarpiece bathed in gold.
Mocorito: placed in the north-central region of the state and inhabited by the Mayo people, in Mocorito you will be able to visit the Plaza Miguel Hidalgo located in its historic center and whose most emblematic buildings are in front of it, the Parish of the Immaculate Conception, the civic square, the Cultural Center, Alameda Park, among others.
Cosala: located in the central region of Sinaloa and whose mining past left its bonanza in its attractive architecture, offers visitors prehistoric art displays (such as cave paintings and petroglyphs), tours where you can appreciate beautiful houses that adorn the urban landscape of town as well as the sober beauty of the temple of Santa Ursula. In addition to this, the Ecological Reserve of the Mineral of Our Lady, its legends, traditions and gastronomy exalt its wealth.