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A nice quiet uncrowded large beach at the end of the Malecon. Very basic though. Bring your own umbrella. No change rooms. Could not see any toilet facilities but did not check out the whole beach. Peaceful, no vendors.
So much leading up to this wonderful location! Just before arriving this area is the famous ocean filled swimming pool! Also Devils cave! Playa OlS Altas is also a natural phenomenon with the sand of the beach swapping ends with the seasons! Street shuts down...More
This is a great family beach close to the Historical District. This area has been recently upgraded with extensive renovations done on the Malecon giving better access to the beach and area. There are numerous cafes, restaurants, stores and other facilities in the immediate area...More
This beach is a terrific place to spend an afternoon. The view of the ocean as well as the view of the city across the water is beautiful! Lots of nice restaurants nearby. If you go just a little ways up the road, the views...More
We stayed in Centro for a month, and we spent so much of that time just enjoying the beauty of Olas
Altas. This is a place that is frequented by tourists and locals alike. Bring an umbrella and your beach chair. You won’t want to...More
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The Hotel Olas Alta is NOT on Olas Altas bay. It is sort of half way between the actual Olas Altas Bay area (The old town area of Mazatlan) and the Gold Zone. It is right on the main beach road and there are buses right in... More
The Hotel Olas Alta is NOT on Olas Altas bay. It is sort of half way between the actual Olas Altas Bay area (The old town area of Mazatlan) and the Gold Zone. It is right on the main beach road and there are buses right in front of the hotel. To go north to the Gold Zone, catch the bus ('Sabalo Centro') on the inland side of the street, right in front of the hotel. To go the Centro and Old Mazatlan area, cross the street and get the same bus ('Sabalo Centro') going south.