Between legends and the banana pie tasting, this Saturday the connection with the Mazatlán-Durango highway was inaugurated.
Copala, Concordia, Sinaloa. – 60 percent of the population of Copala in Concordia will once again have the opportunity to resurface in tourism thanks to the connection work with the Mazatlán-Durango highway, which was inaugurated this Saturday by the governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppel .
The new work will give life to this town and win back tourists, after an investment of 30 million pesos and consists of 1,100 meters in length of the access road, in addition to 3,500 square meters of the esplanade, from where a tourist viewpoint is appreciated, the inhabitants of Copala highlighted the benefits of gastronomy.
“We are happy for this new connection with the Mazatlán-Durango highway to Copala, also for the letters from the photographic parador that he sent us. There is banana pie, there are gorditas made by Mrs. Victoria, there are gorditas, they are stuffed with corn, there is salcita, there is cheese pie, banana, cooked corn, and everything for you to try, we are grateful to you for the inauguration of the photographic hostel, it’s very good ”.
And although the work on the highway that connects with the Mazatlán-Durango highway, which now connects to Copala, was complex, in the future it will be positive and of great fruit, said Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel.
“Here to Concordia come to the scraping or to the furniture, and Copala has the banana pie, that’s why we did not make the road, we fixed everything that is the access and the center, what is it going to mean? let tourism come, tourism comes and spends, so what will there be? more businesses that are closed right now, opportunities, employment and development, this is what will be generated with this new highway ”.
There are 162 steps to this attractive mining town, which its inhabitants today appreciate having this link with the highway that will allow national tourists to descend to not only know the natural attractions but also learn about the legends of the old temple and taste the traditional banana pie, and different dessert that conquers the demanding of palates.
Victoria Durán, a seller of stuffed gorditas, today says she is happy because she trusts better times will come and Copala resurfaces with the presence of the visitors, who were absent when the Mazatlán-Durango opened and with the pandemic worsened.
The director of Promotur, Sergio Romero, described Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel as a visionary man, since having built this highway to the town of Copala was one of the best decisions that have been made in many years, because the connection with the highway so that it had the opportunity to develop as a tourist destination.
Source: lineadirectaportal.com, sinaloa.gob.mx