Mazatlán AT PUEBLO BONITO RESORTS & SPAS
Mazatlán Hotels & Resorts in Mexico
Overlooking the Olas Altas Bay, in the hills of the Sierra Madres, Mazatlán hotels offer a breathtaking vacation destination on Mexico's Gold Coast. From the historic charm of Old Mazatlán to palm-lined beaches, the "Pearl of the Pacific" soothes your soul. Lounge on magnificent beaches and stroll El Malecón, the longest waterfront boardwalk in Mexico.
With palm-lined beaches, a waterfront boardwalk and historic charm, the Pearl of the Pacific captivates your senses. Explore Old Mazatlán's historic markets and sites. Enjoy boating, fishing, diving, snorkeling, kayaking and surfing adventures. Relax on peaceful beaches, walk along El Malecón and enjoy amazing sunsets. Dance the night away at Fiesta Land or celebrate at Mazatlán's Carnival.
Historic Downtown Mazatlán
Old Mazatlán is a charming district with historic buildings, plazas, courtyards, churches, monuments, markets and museums. Discover the history of Old Mazatlán on walking tours through squares with 19th-century neoclassic architecture and historic landmarks.
Mazatlán is one of Mexico's top sport fishing destinations and the billfish capital of the world. Experience a fishing adventure where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean - the world's natural fish trap. Hook sailfish, dorado, wahoo, grouper and yellow fin tuna and the biggest blue and black marlin in the world.
Enjoy golf vacations in Mazatlán, boasting four spectacular golf courses. Situated on a biological reserve, the El Cid Golf & Country Club features the championship 18-hole El Cid Mazatlán and Lee Trevino designed 9-hole Marina. The waterfront course at Estrella del Mar is one of Mexico's top courses.
Boat Tours & Water Sports
Enjoy aquatic adventures on the Pacific Ocean off Mazatlán. Hop on a boat, sailboat, yacht and catamaran, or romantic sunset cruise in Mazatlán Harbor or to Stone Island. Enjoy sea kayaking and hobie cat rides from Marina Mazatlán. Surf and boogie board on rugged waves and windsurf in the bay.
With historic charm and waterfront promenade, Mazatlán is a fun shopping destination with street vendors selling everything from tequila to wooden sculptures. Bargain at the open-air bazaar, Los Tiangis or walk through La Zona Dorado, lined with art galleries, and craft, jewelry and clothing stores.