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Ranked #14 of 60 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 6 August 2018

We paid $300 pesos per person and there is really nothing to do there that you can not do outside your hotel. It was supposed to be open bar but the drinks had cheap liquor and did not include beer. We bought beer since we notice liquor was not good but the beers were hot. Food was good though.

Thank maria elena M
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Reviewed 20 July 2018 via mobile

Crossing over is an event that may give you a peek at under water life. Beaches are clean and not too busy. Relax in the shade as you have snacks, drinks served to your chosen respite. Fun to lay back and watch. Great place to forge friendship bonds.

Thank Ronald P
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Reviewed 9 July 2018

From north of Mazatlan by water taxi or boats. Or by road by the airport. Very open beaches, simple restaurants.
Little hotels, very quite low key in the evenings, yes parties in the beach time with sports and dancing.
Was many palm trees and village people, changing now. Even RV park or two. Limited foods and supplies there.

Thank dball
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Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

Stone island has the prettiest beach in all of Mazatlán. The waves here are pretty small, if there are any. This makes great swimming for all ages. I like to get there early between 9:30 and 10 and spend a few hours before it fills up. The bulk of the people normally arrive around noon time.There are many great restaurants to choose from. They all have palapas for shade and fantastic food. There are many vendors who will offer to sell you things from jewelry to clothing to braids for your hair. They're usually not very pushy. You can buy fresh oysters off the cart that travels up and down the beach. Also there are several ponies for the children to enjoy and an ice cream cart. Men walk around with snakes and iguanas for pictures. it's pretty much paradise.

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Reviewed 7 July 2018

Little tour of the harbor. The beach is nice. Restaurant is family owned for many years. Good food. Great service.

Thank dekendan
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