This city facing the Pacific Ocean is characterized by the beauty and majesty of the mountains of the Sierra Madre and by offering unforgettable sunsets on its golden beaches. During your stay either temporary or permanent in the city you can take a guided tour of the city and know its history and interest places. You can see the famous divers and know their monuments, also, walk through the historic district of Old Mazatlan, including the Cathedral, the Municipal Market, the Angela Peralta Theater and the Machado Plaza.
Olas Altas has one of the best views to enjoy the sunset, as well as one of the many options of beachfront apartments and houses bye the boardwalk (malecon); where you can take pleasure of the views of the sea, sunrise and sunset while you enjoy the pool or relaxes on your own terrace.
Carnaval de Mazatlán

Mazatlan Carnival – Photo Forbes.

Another benefit of living in front of the Malecon is to enjoy the Mazatlan Carnival, probably with greater roots in our country; therefore, it is said that “in Mazatlan, time is measured in carnivals”. Its history has been related to this tradition that has led the city to be recognized for its way of celebrating its carnival, always with a more surprising edition than the previous one. Currently, this destination celebrates its carnival to the rhythm of band and tambora, what distinguishes from the rest of the festivities held in the country.