THE MALECON IS ONE OF MAZATLAN'S MAIN ATTRACTIONS stretching along several beaches and links together the Old Town and the Golden Zone. Visitors to the Malecon discover countless entertainment options and unmatched Pacific Ocean and sunset vistas. You will always encounter couples and families walking hand in hand, friends gathering to catch up in the ocean breeze, and joggers and other athletes staying fit along the Malecon.
This esplanade is commonly used by people of all ages for morning exercise, sunset watching and for street parties like the Carnaval or Semana Santa. Along the Malecon you'll find hotels, restaurants, bars, a casino, banks, crafts and souvenir shops as well as the Boardwalk Residences. Being a short distance from the two most distinctive parts of Mazatlan - the Golden Zone and the Old Town, allows residents of this privileged location to live a diverse lifestyle and enjoy the charm and attractions of the historic district as well as the fun and entertainment of the Golden Zone.
With the help of the Mazatlan's famous coastal islands (Deer & Bird islands) breaking the water, this stretch of beach is the most swimmable in Mazatlan and is enjoyed by locals and tourists alike throughout the year. Visit one of the beachfront palapa restaurants or find a patch of beach to call your own for the day and when you've had enough retreat to your Boardwalk Residence and your large pool and lounge area or to your private terrace to enjoy one of Mazatlan's colorful sunsets.
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