For six days where there will be clearance discounts in different clothing, footwear, accessories, hardware, and home goods stores
Guasave, Sinaloa. – Everything is ready for the next edition of the Canaco Guasave Remate Carnival, which will begin from October 14 in the parking lot of Plaza Cristina as usual, notified Leonor Espinoza, president of the chamber.
There will be six days of commercial activity where different stores from clothing, footwear, accessories to hardware stores and household items will be offering clearance merchandise with discounts of 30 to 80 percent, a pressing opportunity for the consumer, said the local trade leader.
“We are now ready in the traditional place where we always see you in the parking lot of the Plaza Cristina with a duration of six days, we are very happy because it is an event that has had a lot of acceptance, it is a great opportunity for Guasavense families because that is why it is done, with the ultimate aim that the established trade take out their merchandise so that families can take advantage of buying at better prices ”, he highlighted.
Leonor Espinoza explained that this strategy has been consolidated in the municipality because it has served the sector a lot, to get its merchandise at factory prices so that the consumer can also benefit by acquiring products or items at more accessible prices.
It was reported that so far there are already 25 stores that will be installed but it is projected to reach a maximum of 35, so Canaco is calling for businesses that wish to participate to register before October 14, the only thing they have What to do is go to the chamber’s offices located in the city center on Francisco I. Madero Street between Teófilo Noris and Álvaro Obregón, or through the Canaco SERVyTUR Guasave fanpage on Facebook
While visiting Guasave
The tourist attractions of the municipality are mostly in the coastal area, which includes a coastline of 50 km. in length, which ranges from Navachiste Bay to the Perihuete peninsula, at its southern end.
There is great potential for natural resources such as the Sierra de Navachiste, estuarine islands, bays and the open sea, these areas can offer tourism services such as spas, water sports, motorcycle races on the medanos, hunting tourism and beautiful places. many of them virgins, which are appreciated in these places.
Two bodies of continental waters are located: the Uyaqui and Chamicari lagoons, where duck hunting and other species are practiced.
Its extensive coastline offers tourist the beaches of Bellavista, Las Glorias, San Ignacio, Las Malvinas and el Aparecido; as well as 17 islands of different sizes, which have an extraordinary panorama and suitable places for the practice of water sports and sport fishing since there is a great variety of species.
The Balneario Las Glorias located in front of the Gulf of California at 40 km. from the municipal seat, it has the essential basic services and access by paved road, its services have led to the growth of the spa and the construction of high-value residences, it also has a hotel located on the beach.
Las Glorias is the place with the largest influx of visitors in the entire North-Central region of Sinaloa, to its attractions is added the proximity of the Boca del Rió, a place that due to its beauty and its conditions for sport fishing is very attractive for your visitors. In this place, breakwaters were built that, in addition to protecting the beaches from the eventual floods of the Sinaloa River, have the characteristics to become an attraction for smaller boats and tourist yachts. This area is equidistant from Guaymas and Mazatlán, so its location can well be considered strategic.
Hotel Mr. Moro, Las Glorias Guasave Beach. One of the attractions of Playa las Glorias is undoubtedly the Hotel Mr. Moro, Located in the North Zone of the Beach next to the Ensenadita. It has rooms for rent, conference room, billiards, restaurant-bar, pool and wading pool, trailer park and camping area.
Walking along the banks of the Sinaloa or Petatlán river is very attractive taking into account that the visitor will find a beautiful landscape of a vegetation of poplars, willows, macapules and beautiful populations with vestiges of the colonial era, works of the missions Jesuits in the towns of Pueblo Viejo, Bamoa Pueblo, Nio and Tamazula. There is a temple of the Jesuit mission which was the first church in the area, inside the temple there are also old tombs that date from that time.
Old Town. In this population there are vestiges of the works of the Jesuit missions since here is the first temple that was built in this area in fired brick.
Nio. It has built a church of the Jesuit temple in quarry which was unfinished by the expulsion of the Jesuits this church dates from 1767 also has beautiful houses from the beginning of the century and the end of the last century the population of Nío also has a carved stone mass which is the patron saint of the place called San Ignacio de Loyola, this stone was carved by the pre-Columbian tribes of the place, the arrival of the first Jesuits Martín Pérez and Gonzalo Tapia was around 1582-1583. in this place a museum of historical pieces of the region is in process, this museum will be found in a beautiful house from the end of the last century.
Bamoa Town. It is a community that, like the others, dates back to pre-Hispanic times, which had a flourishing culture, they were farmers and potters who made vessels both in monochromes and polychrome, that is, painted in a single color or in several colors when the Europeans arrived. In the 16th century, who, through Christianity and the sword, fought against the natives, until establishing the Spanish empire, these populations were not founded by the Spanish since they were founded.
Currently, this population has a church from the end of the last century, a beautiful historic center and beautiful houses from the last century, an avenue along the river bank with these characteristics, an attractive set to visit is formed, in services it has a comfortable and cozy country restaurant of a beautiful architecture by the bank of the river and surrounded by fruit trees.
Tamazula. The community of Tamazula, like the others, has an unparalleled historical wealth, it currently preserves vestiges of the colonial era, it has a Franciscan-style church that dates from approximately 1820, large houses from the end of the last century. The bank of the river forms a singular attraction with large poplars, currently, there is also a museum with pieces from the region which will be located in a very attractive colonial-style house.
La Uba Ecological Reserve. Declared a protected natural area on July 16, 1998, the uba is an 18-hectare estate, located 26 km from the city of Guasave, with its main paved access road. In this place we can find species from the region of flora – poplars, guamúchiles, cacarahuas – and fauna – lynx, rabbits, raccoons, zorrilla, chachalaca and white-winged pigeons, cardinal, magpie and iguana.
Church of our Lady of the Rosary. The myth of the devotion and of the construction of the temple of the Virgin of the Rosary in Guasave is similar to the one told about the churches of the Virgins of Zapopan, Talpa, and San Juan de los Lagos by the Franciscans.
It is estimated that this church began to be built after 1788 when the bishops already belonged to the bishopric of Sonora. In the historiography of northwestern art, religious architecture in Sinaloa is interesting because it shaped the consolidation of religious syncretism, based on the sculptural and ritual transformations that were imposed at the end of the 16th century.