Free offline mobile .pdf maps, online city may, beach map, bus routes and .pdf maps with directions to pueblos and destinations near Mazatlan including Concordia, Copala, Cosala, El Quelite,
El Rosario, La Noria, Lake El Salto, San Ignacio and Teacapan, and sightseeing attractions like Las Labradas, Meseta de Cacaxtla, Barras de Piaxtla and Playa el Caimanero in Rural Sinaloa, Mexico


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Updated July 22, 2017
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Sightseeing Attractions

Day Trips to Rural Sinaloa

Tours and Excursions

Centro Historico Walking Tour

Mazatlan and Rural Sinaloa Mexico maps Maps of Mazatlan Sinaloa

Upcoming Events

Theater, Concerts and Movies

Mazatlan Venados 2017

Day of the Dead 2017

Mazatlan Carnaval 2018

Spring Break Mazatlan 2018

Semana Santa Mazatlan 2018

Intl Moto Week Mazatlan 2018

Drinking • Dining

Recommended Restaurants

Bars & Cantinas | Coffee Shops

Juice Bars | Street Food Carts!

Vegetarian Dining and Food

Outdoor Activities

Beaches | Beach Activities

Sport Fishing, ocean and lakes

Golf Courses and driving ranges

Health Clubs and outdoor sports

Bike Rental, repair, sales, tours

Stores • Shops • Services

Mazatlan Shopping Guide 2017

Art Galleries and Artwalk

Spas, Salons and Beauty

Jewelry Stores and Jewelers

Veterinarians and Animal Welfare

Real Estate Guide and MLS

Travel Logistics • Lodging

Mazatlan FAQ and Travel Tips

Hotels, Resorts, B&Bs, RV parks

Airport and Airline Flights

Car Rental Locations

Taxis and Pulmonias | Buses

Cruise Ships Shore Excursions

Mexico Federal Highway 40 / 40D

Auto Service and Repair

WiFi Internet and Phone

Banks and ATMs

Health Care • Medical

Doctors, Dentists, Pharmacies

EMS and Emergency Services Info

History • Culture • News

Mazatlan History in English

Sinaloa History in English

Daily Mazatlan News in English

Churches in Mazatlan, Mexico


Mazatlan beach map and guide - download free .pdf!

Download a free Mazatlan 2017 Callejoneada Centro Historico parade map

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Free maps of Mazatlán and Sinaloa
Download free maps of Mazatlan and to Rural Sinaloa towns

Download free maps of Mazatlan and Sinaloa State, Mexico22 free Mazatlán maps that can be downloaded as mobile-friendly .pdf's!

Click below to download pdf maps and driving directions to pueblos, communities and other destinations within Rural Sinaloa and Durango State.

All destinations are close enough to visit on Mazatlan day trips, although the furthest locations are best visited with an overnight stay, such as a Mazatlan - Durango excursion on the Federal Highway 40D toll road!


Download free local maps of Mazatlán

Map of Mazatlan Beaches (español)

Mazatlan Centro Historico Walking Tour (español)

Map of how to get to Stone Island / Isla de la Piedra

Mazatlan Day Of The Dead parade map (español)

Map of city bus routes in Mazatlan

Map to the Mazatlan Airport


Download free north-of-Mazatlán day trip maps with driving directions

El Quelite | La Noria | Meseta Cacaxtla - Barras Piaxtla

Las Labradas Petroglyphs | San Ignacio

Lake El Salto | Cosala | Durango, Durango State


Download free south-of-Mazatlán day trip maps with driving directions

Concordia | Copala | El Rosario | Playa el Caimanero

Teacapan - Playa Espiritu


Below is a zoomable detailed street map of Mazatlan, which can also be opened in a new browser window (View Larger Map) to provide a full screen viewing area.

Zoomable slippy street map of Mazatlán, Sinaloa,
starting in the Centro Historico




Overview map of Day Trips and
Southern Sinaloa State


We offer this simplified map of southern Sinaloa below for general orientation to where the various Mazatlan day trip destinations are located.

Overview map of Mazatlan day trip destinations

Road maps of Mazatlán and Sinaloa

The best paper street map of Mazatlan is produced by Guia Roji, and is widely available wherever Guia Roji maps are sold such as OXXOs, AutoZone, and other retailers.

Detailed paper road and topographical maps of Sinaloa State have, traditionally, not necessarily been easy to obtain locally.

INEGI -- Instituto Nacional de Estadistica Y Georgaphia, the official Mexican Government statistic and mapping organization -- produces detailed maps of virtually all of Mexico, but their products are rarely available in town.

For those interested in detailed INEGI maps they can be ordered directly from INEGI online at inegi.gob.mx (Spanish language only website), or through a major reseller like mexicomaps.com, whose website is in English.

The best commonly available Sinaloa State road maps are also the Guia Roji series, which provide some topographical information. Guia Roji maps of Sinaloa -- as well as other parts of Mexico -- are available at most OXXOs, AutoZone, and other retailers.

Unfortunately, the highly detailed Guia Roji map for Sinaloa State is at a smaller scale than the series for the rest of Mexico, and as a result is difficult to read.

Sinaloa Today

Modern Sinaloa isn't just rural Pueblos Magico gems -- it is a vibrant economic and cultural entity that is making its mark not just on the economy and culture of Mexico, but on the world. Enjoy this video overview of Modern Sinaloa!

Video about the Sinaloa Economic
and Cultural Miracle





Zoomable city map of Mazatlan and free .pdf maps with directions to Rural Sinaloa towns of Concordia, Copala, Cosala, El Quelite, El Rosario, La Noria, San Ignacio, Barras de Piaxtla, Teacapan and more!

HOMEPAGE

Theaters, concerts, cultural calendar

Venados de Mazatlan 2017-2018 - español

Day of The Dead • Dia de Los Muertos 2017

2018 Mazatlan Carnival - español

Spring Break in Mazatlan 2018

Easter Week • Semana Santa 2018 - español

Mazatlan Intl Motorcycle Week 2018 - español


326 RECOMMENDED MAZATLAN RESTAURANTS, BARS AND PLACES TO EAT OUT IN 2017

38 Seafood restaurants

54 Mexican Restaurants

54 International and Fusion restaurants

8 Steaks, Ribs, BBQ restaurants

19 Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Asian

34 Pizzerias and pizza places

36 Burgers, Hot Dogs, Wings

20 Ice Cream Parlors, Gelato and Brownies!

12 Vegetarian dining recommendations

15 Rural Sinaloa restaurants

22 Bars with popular menus! - español

19 Coffee Shops with top rated menus!

7 Juice Bars

Street Food in Mazatlan


SIGHTSEEING ON MAZATLAN VACATIONS IN 2017 (español)

Centro Historico

Free Centro Historico Walking Tour - español

Plaza Machado

Angela Peralta Theater

Basilica de La Inmaculada Concepcion

The Malecon

Cliff Divers

Fine Art Museum

Archaeology Museum

Pedro Infante Museum - español

Pino Suarez Market

Acuario Mazatlan Aquarium

Carpa Olivera saltwater public pool

El Faro Lighthouse

Bosque de La Ciudad central city park

Estero del Yugo nature preserve

Cruise Ship Arrivals and things to do

Tours and passenger excursions


DAY TRIP DESTINATIONS NEAR MAZATLAN (español)

El Quelite

La Noria

Meseta de Cacaxtla and Barras de Piaxtla

Las Labradas Petroglyphs

San Ignacio

Lake El Salto

Cosala

Reserva Nuestra Señora Mundo Natural

Mexico Federal Highway 40D - español

Victoria de Durango, Durango

Concordia

Copala

El Rosario

Playa Caimanero

Teacapan / Playa Espiritu

Stone Island - español

Deer and Goat Islands

Bird Island


BEACHES IN MAZATLAN - español

Sport Fishing, ocean and Bass lake trips

Golf Courses and driving ranges - español

Bike Rental, Repair, Sales, Tours

Fitness, Exercise, Yoga

Water Sports


SHOPPING, STORES, SERVICES

Art, Artists and Artwalk 2017-2018

Jewelry Stores

Spa and Salon

Veterinarians, Pet Care and Shelters

Real Estate MLS


HOTEL, RESORT, B&B AND RV PARKS IN AND NEAR MAZATLAN

15 Budget Hotels

33 Mid-range Hotels and Resorts

21 Luxury Resorts and Hotels

8 RV Trailer Parks


AIRLINE FLIGHTS AND AIRPORT

Car Rental

Pulmonia and Taxi

Bus lines, routes and terminals - español


FAQ AND TRAVEL ADVICE

Medical Care, Doctor, Dentist, Pharmacy

Emergencies and EMS

Bank and ATM

Auto Repair

WiFi and Phone

Free maps of Mazatlan and Sinaloa

Current Local News

History of Mazatlan

History of Sinaloa State

Churches




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