The SpaceDuplex condo beautifully decorated, with very good location, you can just walk to the beach or walk to the best restaurants and bars in Mazatlan.
Condo has a back terrace where you can sit and enjoy a drink or prepare a BBQ.
Condo garage keeps two small cars or one big van. Guest AccessWelcome to our vacation home, we love to have guest in here and we have accommodate it to be a peaceful place with all commodities you may need to spend some lovely days.
We expect you take care of our place like you would like us to take care of your place.
We are always welcome to recommendations to make it better so please free to suggest at any time.
Our local administrator (Don Miguel) lives just on the floor below and will assist you with any doubts and concerns from the moment you arrive till you leave.
The complete Address is Rio Presidio 405, Col. Ferrocarrilera, Mazatlan, Sinaloa. The best way to get here from the airport is to take a cap, just mention them the next reference: the address is located 3 blocks behind Hotel Hacienda, this will make it easier to locate the street and number. In case you rent a car you can easily (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) the address from the airport to the house, in any case we are 22kms away from the airport that is no longer than half an hour. Interaction with GuestsOn site help is available from 9 am to 5 pm. The NeighborhoodPeaceful neighborhood, surrounded of beautiful houses and friendly neighbors.
Thanks to 20km of sandy beaches, Mazatlán became one of Mexico’s most alluring and inviting beach destinations in the mid-20th century, before it lurched past its prime and into a midmarket, package-tourist category. Recently, however, Mazatlán's historic core has been restored and peopled by the creative class. The result is a historic city that eats well, plays hard, and remains just a short walk from those luscious beaches.
To take the pulse of Mazatlán, don’t linger too long in the Zona Dorada (Golden Zone), Mazatlán’s traditional tourist playground. Instead head straight for the city’s cobblestone pueblo Viejo (old town), catch a performance at the wonderful refurbished Teatro Ángela Peralta and then a late-night bite at the atmospheric Plazuela Machado. Step into one of Mazatlán’s excellent small museums or go treasure hunting in one of the many new small boutiques. One big attraction is free for all – the daily spectacle of rocky islands silhouetted against the tropical sunset as the fiery red fades into the sea and another starry night begins. Getting AroundAs property is very well located you can walk to many of the interesting points of Mazatlan or take the local transport known as "Pulmonias".
THINGS TO DO
Visit Plaza Machado at the historical Center at night.
Catch a performance at the gorgeous restored 19th century theater “Ängela Peralta”. See Attachement #1
Take a walking tour to the Centro Historico and visit the museums or go shopping. See Attachment #2
Walk the Malecon at the morning or before sunset
Mazatlan fishing is some of the best you'll find anywhere in the world. Just across the Sea of Cortez from the famed marlin-rich waters of Cabo San Lucas and the Baja, people come from all over the world to fish these waters, known for year-round sailfish, wahoo, mahi mahi and yellowfin tuna, as well as some of the biggest marlin ever caught - anywhere!
For fishing tours:
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Mazatlan aquarium is a whole family attraction. You can just walk from our place or take the local transportation calle “pulmonia”or “auriga”
Stone Island. Beautiful long sandy beaches.
Deer & Goat Island. Warm calm waters ideal for snorkeling and observe the untouched beauty.
Bird Island. Home of large colonies of seals and native birds.
On the top of the Creston Mountain you will find our lighthouse, you can walk to the top of the mountain and appreciate the view, we recommend to leave very early in the morning (no later than 7 a.m.) and take the uphill walk there, you must be in very good physical condition.
Mazatlan’s gastronomy is rich, you will find great recom(EMAIL HIDDEN) but here I enlist you some of the places that are our favorites.
Delicious sea food located over the beach, 3 walking blocks from my place.
Avenida Del Mar, Mazatlán 82013, México
Mexican food, this restaurant is established in a historical house, is a very beautiful place, for this place you will need to drive or use the local taxis named “pulmonias” or “aurigas”, just walk to the Malecon and take one, pulmonias looks like the picture below, “aurigas”are bigger and painted red.
Address: Niños Héroes 1511 esquina con Mariano Escobedo en el Centro Histórico, Mazatlán 82000, México
International food located on the “Golden Zone”” of the port, for this place you will also need to drive or take a pulmonia.
Av. Camarón Sábalo Sn, Zona Dorada
Is the typical cafeteria of the port, you will find delicious typical food and you can just walk there. Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Mariscos El Torito
Rotarismo y Avenida Gral. Pesqueira 324
Just get out of the house and walk to your left three blocks and restaurant is just in the corner, there’s place out of the restaurant (on the street), or there’s the restaurant inside, choose what you prefer.
In case you are staying a long period you will want to do some groceries shop and will need to have money always available.
Both supermarket and banks are available at walking distances, despite you can always use your VISA or AMEX credit cards at almost every place is always important we to go in case you need an ATM.
MORE OPTIONS. WHERE TO GO NEAR MAZATLAN?
There are a lot of options for day trips in Mazatlan, you can hire a tour company, rent a car and drive there, rent a taxi or rent the local transportation called “pulmonias”or “aurigas” and in some cases. This trips will take you to know the rural Sinaloa, our Colonial Magic Towns and the beautiful Sierra Madre Mountains.
El Quelite. Very picturesque town
La Noria. Colonial Mountain Village
Cacaxtla & Piaxtla. The Mecca of ecotourism in Sinaloa.
Las Labradas. Archaeological site.
San Ignacio. Beautiful rural town.
Lake El Salto. Bass fishing, hiking, dove hunting and outstanding bird watching.
Cosala. Town nestled in the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Eco Reserve “Nuestra Señora Mundo Natural”. Mecca for wildlife watching and nature photography.
Durango. Capital of Durango State, this enormous City count with a stunning array of colonial and post-colonial buildings.
Concordia. Town at the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Copala. Town with a mix of colonial and post-colonial architecture.
El Rosario. It was one of the most important mining towns.
Beach “El Caimanero”. Paradise virgin beach.
Teacapan. Remarkable natural paradise filled with natural flowers and birds.
TOUR COMPANIES FOR DAYTRIPS OR VIISTING THE ISLANDS
King David Tours
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EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS
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