We passed through here in the back of a golf cart type taxi. Lots of traffic and people we didn't get to stop too long but it looked like a beautiful beach.
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I would suggest to ride round trip the bus until the end of the line and come back. It is a nice ride and the end of the line has beautiful residential buildings and houses. It is different from downtown.
This is the longest Malecon that I have been on and the city of Mazatlan hes done a fantastic job of making it very accessible with many statues describing events, people and noteworthy items such as the cute little cabs they drive only in Mazatlan...More
We did not have time to walk along the water, but drove and it was truly beautiful. Next time will do the walk and enjoy.
I take a pulmonia to Valentino's and run to Fisherman's Monument and back. It's beautiful, I feel safe and comfortable. It's nice to see so many other travelers & locals enjoying such beautiful scenery.
Close walk to the market and famous church. Worth the time to spend here. There were also english speaking tour guides (volunteers) that helped us plan our day. Lots of fun!
Mazatlan is Extremely beautiful. Getting around on the local buses is the best way. They run frequently,and allow you the opportunity to see various sights. The old city and the Cathedral are a must see. Walking along the Malecon is amazing
Mazatlan's Malecon, we were told, is the world's longest. Unlike Puerto Vallarta where you can walk in a couple hours after stopping to view all the sculptures, in Mazatlan the 20 or so don't have a lot of interest in between them. Of course there...More