On the last day of vacation, the beaches of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, have a large influx of visitors that swarmed the boardwalk
Mazatlán, Sinaloa (August 23, 2020).- For many students, it is their last day of vacation, which is why local families and visitors took advantage of the day to enjoy the fresh waters of the sea and the beaches of beautiful Mazatlán, Sinaloa.
Most of the bathers took their children for the last time before the school year begins. On a tour of the port beach, a large number of passers-by on the boardwalk could be observed.
The beach traffic light marked North Beach, North Beach 7, and Carpa Olivera in red light. While on Cerritos beach there is an upcoming closure alert.
People of all ages, children, and senior citizens flocked to the beaches. Throughout the breakwater, it was observed that hundreds of vehicles were traveling along Avenida del Mar.
On the other hand, more national tourists started arriving in the city. 11 buses arrived, most of the people from La Piedad, Michoacán.
Some parents assured that their children will not start school until Monday, August 31. And since they have a week more vacation, they will not think twice to return to the port. They also assured that it is not the first time they come to Mazatlán and that they are intending to return.
It is estimated that more tourist buses will arrive this week, with visitors that want to enjoy the beaches of the “Pearl of the Pacific”.