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“Nice way to spend a day at a quieter beach.”

Ranked #19 of 109 things to do in Mazatlan
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Owner description: With nothing but coconut trees, beaches and open-air restaurants for 14 km, this is where the locals go to relax.
Reviewed 24 November 2017

Beaches in Mazatlan are noisy and busy, touts, bands playing, people everywhere. This Island is easy to get to by boat from the Embacadero at Playa Sur, SE of old town. Just ask your taxi driver to take you here and you can buy tickets 30 Pesos return for a ride on a small motor taxi over to the Island (you can drive to this Island as well). Remember to hold on to your ticket for the return trip. Our second fav beach, after Gaviotas. It is quieter, nice walking beach and swimming is okay, but we were told to not go past our waists as there is a strong riptide. Recommend going to Letys beach restaurant, a tip from some frequent travelers. Service was good, food just okay. Nice way to spend some quiet time.

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Reviewed 20 November 2017

Fun place to visit for the day. Lots to do. Water activities as well as horse back riding. Restaurants and bars etc. Nice beach

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Reviewed 19 November 2017

Had a good day at the beach. Did some horseback riding in town and on the beach and some Kayaking. One of the better beaches in Mazatlan. Restaurants are hit and miss. make sure if you order a beer it is a full size bottle and not one of their mini-beers.

Thank El1Lobo
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Reviewed 16 November 2017

We spent the day at Letys. Our waiter, Thomas, set us up with a table and loungers, then organised a Quad for us to zip up the beach. There's no obligation to leave and we lazed away a few hours, drinking beers and playing in the sea.

Great, gonna do that agin.

3  Thank David W
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Reviewed 15 November 2017

We went with Mazatlan/King David Tours for the day for Stone Island. Not actually an island but a peninsula. We did the ATV tour with Ubaldo and he took us all over the island to see the locals, agriculture , some spectacular views and then about 1/2 an hour on a deserted beach where we could just let 'er rip and dune hop with the ATVs all over the beach. What an absolute blast. Afterward a great lunch , cerveza and relax at Molokay. Will do this again . Out of 5 tours over our trip this was by far the most fun. My wife loved it...Happy wife, happy life :)

3  Thank WorldTravelsTandJ
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