The malecon (seawall) was a good place to walk. You can find food venders selling from carts to hand carried trays. If food carts are not for you there are tons of restaurants and bars with table clothes and Waite staff. However try the food carts; bacon wrapped hotdogs to steaming hot corn in a cut to movie style popcorn.... 更多
We took a tour of Mazatlán and went from one end to the other of Mexico's longest malecón at 10km. It goes from the old part of the city all the way over to the Golden Zone. Along the way, there are statues, cliff divers, shops, and restaurants. A little bit of everything. We enjoyed our tour and the views.
clean warm water, the lifeguards doesn't let you get in the ocean, the only places that you can go in are crowded. The beach is very clean, and the food they offer is delicious, you need to try the fried fish, amazing and very affordable with beer.
We really enjoyed strolling the Malecon. We walked pretty much the entire thing over our stay and loved the ocean views and smooth walkways, as well as the fountains and sculptures that were around it!