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7 beaches that you must visit this Holy Week in Sinaloa

These next holidays enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the Sinaloan beaches.

Did you know that Sinaloa has paradisiacal beaches where you can visit without leaving the state or if you come on vacation?

Sinaloa is a territory that has natural wonders and a cultural legacy. Splendid lagoons, rivers, dams, coastal, mountains and plains, Sinaloa is an exceptional territory of great natural beauty of the Mexican coasts and has a total population of 2, 767, 761 inhabitants.

On the other hand, it has 656 km of coastline, being located in the fifth most important tourist destination of beaches in the country, after Cancun, Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, and Los Cabos.

Among the beaches you should visit are:

1. Altata Beach

Beautiful fishing port dedicated to the extraction of shrimps and oysters, located in the municipality of Navolato.

2. Beach El Maviri.

At El Maviri Beach 6 km from the port of Topolobampo and 20 minutes from the city of Mochis, this beautiful beach is located calm and fine sand, where you can taste delicious fresh seafood from zarandeado fish, drowned shrimp and ceviche, at prices accessible.

3.Las Arenitas and Ponce.

Within the municipality of Culiacan in the El Dorado Sindicatura, we will find virgin beaches, bays and estuaries such as El Conchal, De Ponce, Las Arenitas, Medano Blanco, Punta Quevedo and Guadalupe Bay.

4. Beach Las Glorias.

In the municipality of Guasave 40 km from the municipal seat, Playa Las Glorias is a great tourist development.

A conjugation between the blue of the sky and the deep blue of the sea that envelops the visitor in a tropical paradise.

Adding the proximity of the mouth of the river, great place with conditions for sport fishing, in addition to its beauty, without discarding beautiful islands such as the Island of San Ignacio, where water skiing and sport fishing is practiced.

5. Las Labradas Beach.

Las Labradas is located in the coastal region of southern center of Sinaloa, belonging to the municipality of San Ignacio, whose name derives from the carved rocks that can be seen there.

You will find the rock art of impressive manufacture, since these rocks have not been excessively damaged by the waves.

The dark volcanic stones, are formed in an enigma in the allusive to their possible meanings and their great antiquity, since they have between 1 thousand and 2 thousand years old, at the edge of the sea.

6. Teacapán beaches.

This beauty of exotic natural beach of Escuinapa, is the largest estuarine zone of Mexico.

It is one of the favorite places in Sinaloa because it has lush vegetation, as well as the grandeur of its estuaries full of small islets where exotic birds nest to lay their eggs.

7. The beaches in Mazatlan, Sinaloa.

Better known as the beautiful “Pearl of the Pacific”, for the charm of its beaches and the richness of its marine fauna and a combination of traditional architecture of the historic center.

You will find a lot of fun and culture, with a beautiful climate, endowed with a coast dotted with paradisiac islands in Mazatlan. (Information taken from the Tus Buenas Noticias portal)

Source: El Sol de Mazatlan

The Mazatlan Post

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