Playa Olas Altas is a great place for a walk. It is located in Centro. Lots of statues, a salt water pool, cliff divers and the continuation of one of the longest Malecons in the world.
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Actually that is a plus. About 15 meters wide at best it is still really nice sand and pretty clean. Nice breeze, Because it is more frequented by the locals it is fairly quiet during the week and a bit busier into the weekend and...More
Here's a great old part of Mazatlan,and definitely worth checking out. The beach is very clean and I watched a local lady picking up any rubbish she came across,definite pride in this area. It's easy to imagine the rich and famous walking around this established...More
We went here on a Tuesday around 4pm and stayed for a couple hours. We were not bothered by a single vendor, it seemed that around us were only locals. It was pretty quiet too, not a lot of people. There weren't any fishing boats...More
The Malecon goes right by so it is easy to access. You can watch the fishermen and shrimp boats come in and sell fresh goods. The sand is nice and clean but the water can be quite rough. There are lots of places to eat...More
This beach is the ORIGINAL beach for Mazatlan. The entire strip has sidewalk Cafe's and a great sunset view! The waves can be a bit strong for young kids though.
We arrived in time to see the the last of the fishermen bringing in their boats. Their boats are not large, usually a couple of men per boat. We watched them getting them out of the water and to higher ground using logs to roll...More
I was approached by at least 30 different vendors that are walking around trying to sell you some crap on the beach. I will never go back.....
It's the downtown beach. Easy to get to, and easy to enjoy. Many restaurants as well as quiet spots to laze, enjoy the sun and the sunsets!
Olas Atlas beach is overlooked by some travellers given its small size nestled between rocky shores and location south of downtown. The divers entertain for tips just north of the beach, and it's a real local hangout along the Malecon there with lots of street...More