Multiple spaces of family coexistence or with friends are presented as options for this Holy Week in the central area of the state
Culiacán, Sin.- Going out this Holy Week does not mean you have to go to the big tourist centers. In the central zone of the state you can enjoy from spending the day under the leafy poplars to the banks of the rivers, in the pools of Parque 87, in the hot springs and cold waters of Imala, even in the calm waters of the Bay of Altata
It is undoubtedly this last destination the most visited during these upcoming holidays as it is located just over 62.5 kilometers from the state capital, where its cuisine and the winding seawall cause that who visits once, always return.
With a wide four lane road, more than 250 thousand visitors locate this beach, in conjunction with the Tambor, as the second most visited after Mazatlan, during this Holy Week.
Emma Medina, director of Tourism of the municipality of Navolato, highlights the attractions that tourists can find in this beautiful spot in the center of the state.
“We are talking about the dock, and that adds another 24 that are restaurants along the boardwalk, we also have three cooperatives, we have three docks, which make boat trips in what is the bay.”
EMMA MEDINA, DIRECTOR OF TOURISM OF NAVOLATO
In addition to the delicious cuisine based on seafood, and fish, visitors can enjoy homemade cocadas, piñadas, or oysters in their shell, as well as traditional bread for women or cookies known as “pinturitas”.
The beaches of El Tambor are also visited, where people go to bathe and camp.
In addition, in the downtown area is east in the area of the high, the town of Imala, the spa hot springs: you can go to eat, visit the old church of the place, eat a shave in the square, or just enjoy from the landscape.
“If you do not know Altata Bay, I invite you to meet because Altata is for everyone and forever,” invited the director of Tourism of Navolato.
Source: linea directa
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