Savor handmade pizzas in the heart of the Historic District at La Mona.
Enjoy excellent seafood while taking in the yachts and spectacular sunsets at Gus & Gus Marina.
A testament to our city’s indigenous roots as the land of the deer.
Like stepping into a magical secret garden, the atmosphere at El Presidio is rivaled only by its cuisine.
Experience this hit among Mazatlecans, where 80% of the ingredients are sourced locally.
Enjoy three professional courses at one discounted green fee in this golfer’s paradise with Maz Golf.
Mazatlán is the tennis buff’s dream come true, offering state of the art beachfront courts and facilities.
One of Mazatlán’s only 100% vegan restaurants, La Ruta Vegana proudly serves a plant-based menu in a cozy atmosphere.
With the longest coastal boardwalk and second-highest natural lighthouse in the world, Mazatlán is ideal for hiking and exploring.
Handmade pizzas meets marina views at this Italian gem.
Dotted with but a few hotels, charming Cerritos is the most exotic, semi-virgin beach in Mazatlán.
Panchos offers traditional international cuisine and a family atmosphere amid the energizing bustle of the Golden Zone.
Join Onca Explorations for an exciting adventure cruising the coast of Mazatlán in search of one of the world’s most fascinating creatures: the humpback whale!
A tribute to the majesty of the sea lion, a species endemic to Mazatlán.
Marvel over lush vegetation and wildlife sightings as you explore pristine private beaches and mangrove jungles on Mazatlán’s most popular tour.
Rich in history and culture, day trips to the 19th-century villages of La Noria and Puerta de Canoas offer a view into a forgotten time.
Acquaint yourself with Mazatlán’s main highlights on this city tour.
Sailing on the Sea of Cortez is at once relaxing and exhilarating, a rare joy enhanced by stunning Mazatlán views.
Thrilling waterslides and relaxing swimming pools are at your fingertips at Mazagua Waterpack, with options for the entire family.
Fresh regional cuisine is served on a beautiful oceanfront terrace with unrivaled views of Mazatlán’s bay at Ta’Café.
Barracuda’s combines excellent food with thoughtful service and great music for an experience that won’t be forgotten.
Built in 1959 to honor the city and state shields, there’s more to this monument than meets the eye.
The Art Museum of Mazatlán was established in November of 1998 and is located on the corner of Sixto Osuna and…
Dig into our delicious fare and fresh cocktails with beautiful ocean views at Claussen 101.
Mazatlán’s Archaeological Museum offers a historical perspective of regional culture through archaeological pieces and…
Enjoy regional Mexican cuisine in a festive atmosphere at Aca Los Charros.
Casa 46 is the new face of refined cuisine in Mazatlán, an elegant dining destination for world travelers.
Mazatlán is renowned between fishermen as one of the biggest fish trap in the world, as it is located where the Pacific Ocean meets with the Sea of Cortez.
Featuring the largest seawater fish tank in Latin America, Mazatlán Aquarium is a marine life wonderland.
La Costa Marinera has been offering a wide variety of dishes and stellar Pacific Ocean views since 1988.
Traditional dance performances, live music, and an extensive buffet make for an unforgettable evening at Mexican Fiesta.
Known collectively as the three islands, Bird, Deer, and Wolf islands are easily accessible from Mazatlán and an essential part of its landscape.
Enjoy exotic cocktails and views of Machado Square as you listen to classic hits from the 70s and 80s.
With 20 locations across Mexico, Los Arcos has developed a reputation for excellent seafood and exceptional service.
Choose your own adventure at Yuzu, where hot and cold kitchens offer different dishes in distinct atmospheres.
Enjoyed for its large waves and peaceful shores, Los Pinos beach is a favorite among locals and surfers alike.
Live like a local at Pino Suárez, the market where Mazatlecans do their daily shopping.
Mazatlán’s beautiful and action-packed seaside boardwalk, or malecón, is the longest in Mexico and the second longest in the world.
Serving excellent dishes since 1996, Gus Gus Restaurant Bar & Grill offers al fresco dining in the heart of the Golden Zone.
Machado Square is the heartbeat of the Historic District, and the epicenter of Mazatlán’s cultural renaissance.
With a 150-square meter terrace overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Maracuyá Restaurant & Bar boasts some of the most spectacular sunset…
Delicious dishes, good beer, and great drinks make for a winning combination at Tarros.
Relish the pleasures of cooking, dancing, laughing and drinking alongside our famous dancing chefs.
Savor contemporary Mexican cuisine and inventive drinks with friends at Life en Español.
At once adventurous and relaxing, a ride on the Hobie Cat offers stunning ocean vistas and up-close views of the nearby islands.
Miles of coastline, breaking waves, and warm waters make Mazatlán a surfer’s paradise.
Immerse yourself in Sinaloan history at Las Labradas, a sprawling archaeological site filled with pre-writing symbols.
Feel the high-adrenaline excitement of kitesurfing in the waters of Mazatlán.
The most plentiful form of transportation in Mazatlán, our signature pulmonias – or open-air taxis that resemble golf carts.
Over 150 species of sea and shore birds and abundant flora make this tour a birdwatchers’ favorite.
Since 1993, La Casa Country has been known for its delicious American-style Angus-quality steaks, tasty platter combinations, and Mexican specialties.
A day of exploring gorgeous virgin beaches, delicious beachside palapa meals, and thrilling catamaran rides awaits on our Stone Island.
Opened in 2013, Galerías Mazatlán offers the best in fashion, food, and entertainment.
Satisfy diverse palates at Del Pacifico restaurant, serving homemade fare since 1971.
Fish Market Restaurant features impeccably-prepared seafood dishes and excellent service in the heart of the Golden Zone.
Sophisticated and authentic, Pedro & Lola is an upscale Mexican restaurant in the Historic District’s iconic Machado Square.
Walk the narrow cobblestone streets brimming with colonial architecture and bursts of bright bougainvillea in this charming town.
Enjoy Japanese cuisine on the shores of Mazatlán at Sapporo, where high-quality sushi is enhanced by stunning ocean views.
Enjoy a variety of musical genres from world-class DJs while you lounge under one of our open-air palapas on the beach.
La Catrina is a restaurant and cantina specializing in Mexican delicacies.
The historical storied Ángela Peralta Theater is a testament to reinvention, and stands today as one of the most significant…
The only one of its kind in the Pacific Riviera, our open-air buses feature interactive games, surprises, and scenic views of Mazatlán.
Enjoy a day spent aboard our spectacular wood and fiberglass boats, where great catches are accompanied by flowing food and drink.
Enjoy the thrill of discovering the vast natural beauty of Mazatlán’s Bay from your leisurely perch aboard a catamaran.
An Argentinean steakhouse specializing in prime cuts and pastas, in the heart of Mazatlán’s Historic District.
Frequented by politicians and international luminaries, El Cuchupetas has earned itself a reputation that extends beyond Sinaloa.
Experience the thrill of wake boarding and water skiing in the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez.
Tradition at its finest, Panamá offers international cuisine and a true family atmosphere in an excellent location.
Known for its abundant stores of fish, Lake Picachos has earned its reputation as a bass factory.
Experience the taste of tradition at La Puntilla, offering the freshest seafood in Mazatlán.
Excellent food and distinguished service with beautiful sea views.
A benchmark for good food in Mazatlán, Gringo Lingo has been delighting the palates of tourists and locals for over three decades.
Excellent views and soothing ocean sounds create the perfect atmosphere for enjoying Alawa’s delicious seafood.
One of the newer additions to the boardwalk, Ocean Grill is a seafood-centric Mexican restaurant.
Join us as we explore the amazing depths of the Sea of Cortez, where a thrilling variety of marine life are seen regularly.
Onilikan is an artisan distillery whose processes are a true blend of European and Mexican methods.
Located in the heart of the Golden Zone, Bodega Los Amigos is known for its exceptional view of the bay and cozy atmosphere.
Delight in the diverse flavors of Mexico at Mr. Lionso Restaurant, long recognized by customers as the best seafood in Mazatlán.
Mazatlán’s diverse topography is ideal for mountain biking, where you can explore hiking trails surrounded by lush vegetation…
Long celebrated as Mazatlán’s most famous nightclub, Valentino’s delights visitors with its strobing lights, diverse music, and spectacular shows.
Experience the boardwalk, historic downtown, and the aquarium on this comprehensive tour of Mazatlán.
Delight in the most exquisite specialty cuisine the city has to offer at Vittore, your Italian home in Mazatlán.
Created to bring a new breed of seafood restaurants to Mazatlán, it has become a favorite haunt among those with discerning palates.
Cruise the bay as you watch the sun sink into the Pacific Ocean, the coast transforming before your eyes.
Located in beautiful Machado Square, The Bohemia brings a bohemian atmosphere to the heart of the Historic District.
El Salto is the most famous bass fishing lake in the world, known for the thousands of huge bass caught and released back…
Experience the treat of a lifetime swimming with the charismatic sea lions at the Mazatlán Aquarium.
Delight in the quiet solitude of Deer Island’s exotic beaches, where the gentle surf and captivating scenery.
The Mazatlán’s golf courses present and new distribution of holes designed by international famous golfers.
Heart-pumping excitement meets stunning city views on our wave runners.
Mazatlán is renowned as a golfer’s paradise, offering internationally-ranked courses for players of all skill levels.
Discover the historic town of Durango and the famed Baluarte Bridge, which holds the Guinness World Record for highest suspension bridge.
Enjoy a wide variety of regional and international dishes and “cochito tatemado” specialties at Compañía Minera Restaurant & Bar.
Panchos offers traditional international cuisine and a family atmosphere in an excellent location.
Created to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Pacifico Brewery in Mazatlán.
Leave the city behind and experience life in rural Mexico on our Puerto de Canoas tour, featuring an unforgettable morning in the countryside and visits to local farms.
Mazatlán is one of the best places in the world for sport fishing, thanks to its abundance of marlin, sailfish, tuna…
Experience the thrill of sailing on the Kolonahe – Marina El Cid Mazatlán’s sleek trimaran – to the verdant seclusion of Deer Island.
Linger in the natural beauty of our outdoor setting, where sophistication and simplicity co-mingle.
Enjoy majestic ocean scenery and the malecón’s myriad sights on the longest coastal boardwalk in the world.
The party never ends at El Mal del Puerco, where guests enjoy inventive cocktails and live music.
La Gran Plaza Mazatlán Mall has been a gathering place for local families for more than 20 years.
Enjoy delectable dishes and delicious drinks accompanied by live music at La Sabina.
Travel back in time at El Quelite, where the red-roof colonial houses and blooming bougainvillea speak to a bygone era.
Savor the art of Spanish cuisine at El Parador Español, Mazatlán´s paella house.
A tribute to Mazatlán’s native and most enjoyable form of transportation – the open-air golf cart.
Ranked the number one golf school in America, Wright Balance Golf Academy offers year-round golf instruction at its practice facility at El Cid Golf & Country Club.
One of the most captivating attractions, it is a respite from the urban center, a place to connect with the diverse local flora and fauna.
Diego’s Beach House is fun for the whole family, peppered with hammocks and swimming pools, and boasting an unbeatable view of Bird Island.
Originating among the numerous “vinatas,” or agave-producing estates, the 130-year-old Los Osuna today stands as the only surviving agave plantation.
Created to celebrate the beginning of the 21st century, this elegant bronze sculpture depicts a Mazatlecan family.
Fall in love with our oceanfront restaurant, where you’ll enjoy delicious seafood dishes and inventive cocktails in a lively atmosphere.
La Tramoya specializes in contemporary Mexican cuisine made with fresh, high-quality quality ingredients.
The second-highest lighthouse built on a natural setting in the world, Mazatlán’s lighthouse sits atop Crestón Hill, 515 feet above sea level.
Marine Safari is an unparalleled opportunity for whale and dolphin watching, as well as sightings of a fascinating variety of aquatic life.
Playa Norte is Mazatlán’s longest beach, and our port’s main bay, offering ample opportunities for activity and relaxation.
Fish Market Historic District is the second outpost of the seafood-centric restaurant, located on oceanfront Olas Altas Boulevard.
Enjoy a sophisticated taste of Mazatlán at The Jonathon Hotel, in the heart of the Historic District.
Feel the adrenaline and awe of being surrounded by stingrays.
Savor a taste of traditional Mexico as you travel the winding Sierra Madre roads on our tour, with stops in the centuries-old villages of Malpica, Concordia, and Copala.
Travel through the jungle to catch a glimpse of the local flora and fauna, swim in a beautiful lagoon, and enjoy unforgettable moments in a colonial town.
Satisfy your thirst for adventure swimming with sharks in our acrylic tank.
Steep yourself in history in La Noria, where the cobblestone streets are flanked by colonial-era homes and an iconic tequila distillery churns out Mexico’s most important liquor.
Huana Coa Canopy is an exciting and unforgettable ride in the Sierra Madre foothills. Enjoy the thrill of zip-lining through the mountains followed by a wild ATV tour.
Considered the most beautiful cathedral in Mexico’s Northwest, the Basilica de La Inmaculada Concepcion is Mazatlán’s crown jewel.
Modern meets and exclusive at Privé, where good music and great atmosphere make for an unforgettable experience.
An intimate, isolated beach ideal for those seeking peace and privacy.
Tradition at its finest, Panamá offers international cuisine and a true family atmosphere in the beautiful Historic District.
El Bebedero: The place of true beer lovers and good times!
Crowned by its majestic cathedral, El Rosario is one of the most faithfully-preserved mission towns in the region.
Offering stellar views of both the ocean and city, Playa Norte’s El Muchacho Alegre has become a favorite of locals and tourists alike.
Classico is the largest chain of nightclubs, bars and restaurants in Mexico.
Housed in a beautifully restored building in Mazatlán’s Old Town, Water’s Edge Bistro couples elegant ambiance with outstanding food and service.
Join Onca Explorations on an exciting adventure to interact with the most enchanting and intriguing creatures in the sea.
Todos Santos is a family-friendly restaurant offering innovative seafood dishes in a relaxed atmosphere.
Savor the rich history and culture of Mazatlán, where faithfully-preserved historic buildings and colonial architecture meet narrow cobblestone streets.
Residents and visitors have engaged in an annual turtle release for more than two decades, helping to increase the survival rate of this endangered species by 900%.
Enjoy stunning natural landscapes, and learn about Mazatlán’s rich history and culture on our city bike tours.
Experience the unforgettable as you kayak the Mexican Pacific, where the clear and calm waters are optimal for exploring Mazatlán’s beautiful coastline.
A fisher’s paradise, Mazatlán’s waters are rich in marine life year-round.
Experience the indelible joy of releasing turtle hatchlings into the sea during a day-long adventure at El Verde Camacho Sea Turtle Sanctuary.
Four decades after its opening, Casa Loma remains one of the most prized culinary gems in Mazatlán.
The public ocean-front esplanade called Glorieta Sánchez Taboada is also called a “Plazuela” or Square by locals, due to its size and its popularity.
Featuring hand-made tortillas and delicious regional cheeses, El Bambu Restaurant & Bar, from-scratch Mexican cuisine.
Mazatlán’s surrounding villages and Pueblos Mágicos combine beautiful natural elements with an undeniable authenticity and historical value.
Discover the abundant natural beauty of Deer Island and the Bay of Mazatlán on our tour, an unforgettable journey that spans water and land.
Hector’s Bistro offers an extensive menu specializing in international delicacies and delicious drinks in the Historic District.
Topolo Restaurant and Wine Bar is a five-star establishment located in the beautiful historic section of Mazatlán.
Experience unparalleled sights and the ineffable joy of soaring through the sky on a parachute ride.
Somos un restaurante enmarcado por el pueblo colonial El Quelite, ubicado a 30 kilómetros de Mazatlán, Sinaloa. Aquí podrás probar riquísima comida mexicana y regional.
Explore the lush mystery of Stone Island on horseback, where a journey through tropical foliage and coconut groves culminates in a breezy trot along the beach.
Enjoy a fusion of seafood and Mexican cuisine at our beachfront restaurant.
With three distinct areas to suit varied desires, Mazatlán’s nightlife offers something for everyone.
With miles of pristine beach and rollicking ocean waves, Mazatlán is primed for bodyboarding.
The Shrimp Bucket is known for its family atmosphere and excellent location, where guests enjoy spectacular views.
Lush and mysterious, Stone Island will captivate your senses. A half-mile boat ride from Mazatlán, it feels worlds away.
Known as the most beautiful beaches on the Pacific coast, the boundaries of Sábalo, Gaviotas and Camarón are almost imperceptible.
The Queen of the Seas monument faces the ocean in a peaceful gesture to local fisherman and visiting sea travelers.
Soak up the sun and stunning views of Mazatlán while getting a workout on your paddleboard.
In the heart of the Historic District is La Casa del Caracol, a space for reading and imagination…
Explore the beautiful islands of Mazatlán by kayak and snorkel secluded waters most tourists never get to see on this unique coastal adventure.
Enjoy traditional Mexican specialties al fresco at El Cielo, located in verdant Machado Square.
Featuring an extensive collection of seashells – including a giant fountain constructed from shells from all over the world.
The 12 miles of sun-drenched beaches encircling Mazatlán are celebrated for their seductive beauty, stunning sunsets…
Delight in the adrenaline-pumping excitement of watching Mazatlán’s own cliff divers plummet toward the Pacific Ocean…
Dedicated to helping adults and children incorporate art into their daily lives, we welcome individuals at every level of skill.
Experience the thrill of taking a ride on a banana boat! Visit one of the majestic three islands and enjoy beautiful views of the city…
Home to curiously shifting sands and sunny shores, Olas Altas Beach represents the beauty of Old Mazatlán.
The Carpa Olivera is a glamorous relic of a bygone era, with a swimming pool on the seashore.
One of the Golden Zone’s iconic destinations, Joe’s Oyster Bar sits on Mazatlán’s most famous oceanfront stretch.
A tribute to Mexican superstar Pedro Infante on Mazatlán’s boardwalk, who was known in Sinaloa as “the idol from Guamúchil.”
Mazatlán’s warm waters span multiple ideal spaces to observe the area’s colorful and diverse marine life.