Let yourself be admired by the architecture and cuisine of these beautiful and colorful destinations
Are you from Sinaloa or a visitor and do not know where to go? We share the 4 magic villages of Sinaloa that you can not miss this Easter and Easter Week
Enjoy a beautiful afternoon at the Plaza de Armas and do not forget to admire its wrought iron kiosk.
Enter the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus without leaving aside, the mural of the Municipal Palace.
If your thing is to be in contact with nature enjoy a walk along the river, where you can admire the different species of birds that inhabit the place.
Do you want to know about history and traditions? This municipality conserves its original architecture by 90 percent.
In addition, it has a mining past, ghosts in its haciendas, cobbled streets and internationally famous saddlery crafts.
It should be noted that Cosalá was the first Sinaloan destination to be declared as “Magical Town” in 2005.
You can also visit the Ecological Reserve of the mineral of Our Lady and enjoy a trip by the zip line of 400 meters.
Cosalá was the first Sinaloan destination to be declared a “Magic Town” in 2005.
Cheer up to know the south of the State of Sinaloa! A destination full of culture, tradition and history.
In the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary you will find an impressive altar bathed in gold.
You can take the opportunity to visit the Lola Beltrán museum and appreciate the photographs and costumes of the most important moments of your life.
In addition, in this destination you can learn to make handmade mezcal, in
El Rosario, you can learn how to make mezcal by hand, in chametla.
If you want to relax, Mocorito offers thermal water spas in San Benito, Palmarito and La Huerta.
When you walk through the alleys of the city you will have the opportunity to learn about fantastic stories, little-known anecdotes, myths and legends that make up their folklore.
At the same time, it has an exuberant architectural heritage because its old buildings and mansions offer an inexhaustible source of discoveries.
Mocorito, offers thermal water spas.
Source: El Sol de Mazatlan
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