Stop along the way…everything is on the Malecón, seafront restaurants, monuments, vendors and people watching.



Monumento al Pescador, a monument to Mazatlan fishermen, is a symbol of Mazatlán, which began as a fishing town.



Take a Pulmonia taxi tour of Mazatlan.


 

 

El Malecon, Mazatlan…

 

A stroll along the Malecón, visiting Mazatlan's past and present

Stretching from the Centro Historico to the Golden Zone Mazatlán's waterfront avenue, called the Malecón, connects the old city to the new. This four mile walkway bustles with joggers, cyclists and sight seers. Traveling north along the Malecón from Olas Altas, you'll discover many beachfront restaurants, night clubs and hotels.

Rebuilt and extended in 2006, the Malicón begins here at Olas Altos and runs north
along Los Pinos beach to the Zona Dorada.

Sights along the Malecón, La Continuidad de la Vida monument represents
life's continuity in harmony with nature.


Entering the Zona Dorada along the Melecon

Since he Malecón underwent a complete makeover in 2006, it has become the most popular place in Mazatlan to hang out, exercise and enjoy the spectacular ocean views, cool breezes and restored monuments.