Mazatlan, Mexico

Mazatlan, Mexico

With its miles of golden beaches, blue lagoons and inviting islands, no wonder Mazatlan is known as “the Pearl of the Pacific”. It’s Mexico’s largest commercial port, home to the country’s largest shrimp fleet, and an angler’s dream, with its bounty of swordfish, marlin, tuna and sailfish. Centro Historico (Old Mazatlan) features traditional neighborhoods, markets and churches, while the Zona Dorada (Golden Zone) moves at a faster pace with its many restaurants, bars and shops along the beachfront. Visit the foothills of the famed Sierra Madre mountains, and explore the heart of the city—Plazuela Machado, Mazatlan’s original main square—which is bustling with cafes, restaurants, buskers and musicians, and where the beautiful opera house, Teatro Angela Peralta, has hosted performances since 1873.

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