The Malecon in Mazatlan teems with activity, any hour of day or evening. Many people (locals and gringos) are walking, jogging roller blading, cycling or just hanging out, people watching. It is especially active during the Christmas season when kids of all ages come to the Malecon to try out their presents, new skates, bicycles, skate boards, etc. The former... 更多
What a great place to take a walk, with the sidewalks extending for 5 km give it take.. without the interruption of street crossings it is a nice even pace that can be set! Early mornings you'll find other like minded walkers out for some exercise, watch out for the bicycles though, they've given them part of the sidewalk.. so... 更多
One of the best parts of our visit was walking on the Malecon every morning. Seeing the ocean, watching the people, seeing the cliff divers, purchasing fresh fruit from local vendors. The Malecon is one of the main reasons that we will visit Mazatlan again.
I love love loved the cliff divers, and I have a new found love for pelicans. The views can be nice, however there are many many many vendors pushing the same souvenirs on you the whole way. I'd suggest a nice bike ride down it rather then walking, but to each their own!
A trip to Mazatlan is not complete without Walking down the Malecon. Just a beautiful stretch of beach and very enjoyable to explore. We came on our own you do not need to pay for a tour. We were staying at the El Cid and were able to walk to the Malecon. If you like to see a nice beach... 更多
A wonderful stroll along this boardwalk is a must do if you visit Mazatlan. Especially scenic if you go around sunset. Lots of monuments to see and lots of photographic possibilities. People are walking, biking, jogging. Many vendors to find souveniers and some tasty food also. We met a local walking his full-sized pig named "Pollo." He was feeding Pollo... 更多
It is a wonderful feature along the ocean! Great for experiencing the beautiful sunsets! Very relaxing for a nice stroll!