The holidays haven’t started yet and there are already tourists on Isla de la Piedra!

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The Union of Boatmen daily registers a good influx of visitors, mainly national tourists, said the leader César Lizárraga Campoy.

Mazatlan Sinaloa. – A few days before the summer vacations begin, the trips to Isla de la Piedra register twenty percent, mainly from national tourists who are in Mazatlan on weekends for sporting events, so the expectation is good for the following weeks, César Lizárraga Campoy pointed out .

The leader of the Union of Lancheros de la Isla de la Piedra mentioned that, however, the work that began on Emilio Barragán avenue , which maintains circulation in one direction, has not been affected, given that pulmoneros or aurigueros, which transport tourists, seek alternative routes to bring them closer to the site for the crossing to the tourist ejido.

The holidays haven't started yet and there are already tourists on Isla de la Piedra!

“Well, it has been 20% here with us, yes we have had little tourism, we are waiting because they still, really, still do not go on vacation as it should be, some have already left, others have not left, so you can still say that we are not even fifty percent, as we expect it to be lost every year, fifty or sixty”.

Lizárraga Campoy commented that the influx can be considered good, due to the fact that a large part of the educational sector is still active in classrooms or campuses and tourism has not fully emerged, hoping that it will be from the month of July, that is to say, the following weekend when it reaches fifty percent influx and grows.


The holidays haven't started yet and there are already tourists on Isla de la Piedra!

Regarding the works on the avenue that runs in front of the pier, he said that he trusts the government so that it can be done in a good time, and also, in the benefits that the remodeling will bring, since it will completely change the image of the tourist corridor. what it will become from the lighthouse, with the Plaza de la Banda.

Source: lineadirectaportal.com

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