Mazatlan's Points of Interests

  • City of Copala, Mazatlan

    Copala is an old colonial city located 40 miles off Mazatlan. It is a charming place to explore and be brought back in time. Visit the famous San Jose Church, its old mine and discover traditional handicrafts.

  • Culiacan, Sinaloa

    Culiacan, the capital of Sinaloa, is located in the central part of the state in a valley where two rivers meet.

  • Los Mochis, Sinaloa

    Located in the north part of the state of Sinaloa, Los Mochis is 200 km. or 124 miles north of Culiacan and about 400 km. or 240 miles north of Mazatlan by Highway 15.

  • Mazatlan Cerritos, Mexico

    Mazatlan Zona Cerritos is located 20 minutes away from Downtown and 5 minutes north of Zona Dorada or Golden Zone in an area of recent development known as New Mazatlan. Los Cerritos is the area that represents the northern limits of Mazatlan.

  • Mazatlan Downtown, Mexico

    Mazatlan Downtown is located between Olas Altas Avenue to the north and Teniente Azueta Street to the south. It is the oldest zone in the city and it is where local people do live.

  • Mazatlan Malecon, Mexico

    Mazatlan Malecon is a 13 mile (21 km.) long corridor and it is considered one of the longest in the world. Mazatlan Malecon is composed of 9 sections that go from Downtown or Historic Zone to the north of the city.

  • Mazatlan Zona Dorada, Mexico

    Mazatlan Zona Dorada is 4 miles (6.5 km.) north of Downtown. It starts at the point known as the Sheik, where Av. del Mar and Rafael Buelna cross, and it ends at Marina El Cid.