Mazatlan will close some beaches, find out which ones

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Of the 30 beaches that the port has, there are three where you will not be able to enter.

MAZATLAN. – The commander of the Aquatic Rescue Squadron in Mazatlan, Gustavo Espinoza Bastidas, announced the three beaches where bathers will not be allowed to enter during Holy Week due to their danger.

He said that due to the fact that on this occasion a historic number of visitors is expected, plus the presence of local people, all the elements will be pending for any situation that may arise.  

The port of Mazatlan has around 30 beaches, click here to learn about them.


As of Wednesday, April 14, it is expected that the concurrence will begin in the beach areas and tourist areas of the port, where Playa Norte and Isla de la Piedra are emerging as the safest.

What beaches are restricted?

The one that is at the height of the Lobos Marinos is one of them; another is the one that is at the height of the Varali hotel, and finally, the one that is next to Valentinos, next to the photographic parador with the letters of Mazatlán.

Another of the beaches that becomes a risk, but only at night, or at low tide, is the one known as Playa Pinitos, since it is located in a rocky area.

During the Holy Week holiday season that runs from April 10 to 16, some Sinaloa beaches will choose to regulate the hours of access and use of these.

In the municipality of Ahome, the Maviri beach will be open until 7:00 p.m., closing the accesses at 8:00 p.m. in order to have control and clean garbage and waste generated on the day, the authorities have indicated that they will not ask for proof of vaccination will not be requested nor will there be limited capacity.

Fotos en Maviri Beach Club - Lugar de surf


On the other hand, in the municipality of Guasave, the authorities made the decision to follow the same line. Therefore, Las Glorias beach, Bellavista, and Boca del Río will be closed at 7:00 p.m., a time when bathers must vacate them, this decision has been made by the Municipal Health and Safety Council

Source: soynomada.news, punto.mx

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