The Royal Estrella Guidebook

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The Royal Estrella Guidebook

Family Activities

Visit the aquarium! It offers a unique and unforgettable experience, especially for the little ones. There is a large variation of sea life, educational exhibits, and shows!
Aquarium
111 Avenida de los Deportes
Visit the aquarium! It offers a unique and unforgettable experience, especially for the little ones. There is a large variation of sea life, educational exhibits, and shows!
Take the family to Mazagua! It is a clean and safe water park that guarantees a day of fun for everyone.
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Aquatic Park Mazagua
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Take the family to Mazagua! It is a clean and safe water park that guarantees a day of fun for everyone.
Driving range, entertainment park for kids, batting cages, video games, cantina, live music - and so much more! Fun for the WHOLE family!
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Pacific Food Truck Park
5991 Av. de la Marina
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Driving range, entertainment park for kids, batting cages, video games, cantina, live music - and so much more! Fun for the WHOLE family!
Shop at Mercado Pino Suarez. This is the place for fresh and local produce, and everything else! A traditional Mexican market experience you won't forget.
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Mercado Pino Suarez Mazatlán
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Shop at Mercado Pino Suarez. This is the place for fresh and local produce, and everything else! A traditional Mexican market experience you won't forget.

Sightseeing

Watch the Cliff Divers. Known as Clavadistas. These daring men leap off a small platform high above the crashing waves.
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El Clavadista
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Watch the Cliff Divers. Known as Clavadistas. These daring men leap off a small platform high above the crashing waves.
Go to Stone Island. With nothing but coconut trees, beaches, and open-air restaurants for 14 km, this is where the locals go to relax.
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Stone Island
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Go to Stone Island. With nothing but coconut trees, beaches, and open-air restaurants for 14 km, this is where the locals go to relax.
The popular El Faro Lighthouse! It watches over the largest port between the U.S. and the Panama Canal. It is the highest natural lighthouse in the Americas, sitting just over 500 feet above sea level. The climb is worth it!
Cerro del Crestón
The popular El Faro Lighthouse! It watches over the largest port between the U.S. and the Panama Canal. It is the highest natural lighthouse in the Americas, sitting just over 500 feet above sea level. The climb is worth it!

Where To Eat

Delicious seafood by a famous local chef.
Fonda Fina Cocina de Tulio
305 Playa Rosarito
Delicious seafood by a famous local chef.
Deceptively simple, elegant, and flavorful dishes.
Water's Edge Bistro
48 Calle Sixto Osuna
Deceptively simple, elegant, and flavorful dishes.
A well known breakfast hot spot in Mazatlan.
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Restaurant Panamá
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A well known breakfast hot spot in Mazatlan.
The best seafood "carreta" in Mazatlan. Beto has good quality of seafood, always fresh and has ceviches that you will not find anywhere in town. A place that any tourist must go.
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Mariscos El Beto
829 Sonora
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The best seafood "carreta" in Mazatlan. Beto has good quality of seafood, always fresh and has ceviches that you will not find anywhere in town. A place that any tourist must go.
Family-run restaurant specializing in typical Sinaloan dishes.
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Cenaduria Chayito
2407 Calle 2da. Tte. Azueta
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Family-run restaurant specializing in typical Sinaloan dishes.

Neighbourhoods

Plazuela Machado is a must to do. Steeped in colonial history, it is the cultural hub of Mazatlan! Restaurants, museums, theatres, galleries, and vendors line the streets.
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Plaza Machado
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Plazuela Machado is a must to do. Steeped in colonial history, it is the cultural hub of Mazatlan! Restaurants, museums, theatres, galleries, and vendors line the streets.
Take a stroll in Olas Altas. A great place to spend an afternoon. People watching is great, enjoy the water, and soak up an amazing sunset to finish things off.
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Olas Altas
Olas Olas Altas
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Take a stroll in Olas Altas. A great place to spend an afternoon. People watching is great, enjoy the water, and soak up an amazing sunset to finish things off.
Walk 'El Malecon'. It's lovely during the day and spectacularly lit up at night. Lots of energy and a fun place to go for a stroll, grab a snack, and people watch.
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Malecón de Mazatlán
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Walk 'El Malecon'. It's lovely during the day and spectacularly lit up at night. Lots of energy and a fun place to go for a stroll, grab a snack, and people watch.
The main hub for hotels, tourists, night-life, food, shopping, entertainment and more! This zone has everything you need to have a good time!
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Golden Zone
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The main hub for hotels, tourists, night-life, food, shopping, entertainment and more! This zone has everything you need to have a good time!

City/town information

Mazatlan is a beautiful beachfront town that boasts a 21 km long malecon (boardwalk). It is renowned for its fishing, seafood, and warm and friendly people.
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Mazatlán
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Mazatlan is a beautiful beachfront town that boasts a 21 km long malecon (boardwalk). It is renowned for its fishing, seafood, and warm and friendly people.
A small Mexican town with a rustic rural vibe. If you are looking for traditional home cooking, this is the place! Walk the charming streets, take a horse ride, browse the little shops. This a great day trip only 45 min from Mazatlan.
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El Quelite
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A small Mexican town with a rustic rural vibe. If you are looking for traditional home cooking, this is the place! Walk the charming streets, take a horse ride, browse the little shops. This a great day trip only 45 min from Mazatlan.
The place for local tequila tours! The Los Osuna Distillery is a family owned distillery about 45 min east of Mazatlan. The Los Osuna family has been making agave spirits on the property since 1876.
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La Noria de San Antonio
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The place for local tequila tours! The Los Osuna Distillery is a family owned distillery about 45 min east of Mazatlan. The Los Osuna family has been making agave spirits on the property since 1876.
Go to Stone Island. With nothing but coconut trees, beaches, and open-air restaurants for 14 km, this is where the locals go to relax.
La Piedra
Go to Stone Island. With nothing but coconut trees, beaches, and open-air restaurants for 14 km, this is where the locals go to relax.

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Verkehrsmittel

Mazatlan is easily navigable by bus, taxi, foot & more!

Riding in an iconic pulmonia is a must do when visiting Mazatlan! This unique transportation is guaranteed to offer a lasting memory. Get ready for pumping music, a decked out vehicle, and if you're lucky a driver who loves to entertain. Enjoy cruising down the malecon while taking in an amazing Mazatlan sunset!
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The stunning sunsets!

Be sure to take some time to slow down, chill out, and catch a beautiful sunset on the beach. Crack an ice-cold cerveza and enjoy the show! These are just some of our favorite places to watch the sunset: Playa Brujas, Playa Olas Altas, El Malecon, Playa el Camaron, Marina del Rey & El Faro.
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Tours, activities, rentals.

Due to Covid-19 we suggest booking these outings in advance to ensure you secure your spot and avoid disappointment. It is always a good idea to check websites and Facebook pages ahead of time to find out all the details you need.