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Picturesque Concordia is located only 30 miles east of Mazatlán. It has maintained its colonial architecture and ambience with its narrow streets and wood-burnt tile roofs, a perfect backdrop to the town’s lush tropical vegetation.

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Located 104 miles northeast of Mazatlán, Cosalá has been declared a Pueblo Mágico, or Magical Town, due to its natural allure, including its Historical Center, Vado Hondo, the Ecological Reserve, Grutas México caves and San José de las Rocas Thermal Waters, among other attractions.

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Teacapán has great tourist potential thanks to its beautiful beaches, its rich archeological sites, and a vast array of natural beauty. Visitors can engage in diverse activities including tours through the mangrove zone

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La Noria and Puerta de Canoas

La Noria and Puerta de Canoas welcome visitors by offering a unique cultural experience, as they take their place as a great option among day-trip tours to Mazatlán´s surrounding villages.

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El Rosario

Situated 40 miles south of Mazatlán, El Rosario is one of the most faithfully-preserved mission towns in the region. The town’s crowning structure is its majestic cathedral, whose interior features a uniquely-crafted altarpiece bathed in gold.

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El Fuerte

El Fuerte is a sunny town, with the soothing sound of water that runs through the river and becomes a kind of soft whisper that will accompany your days and nights, which will be spent between fresh food and traditional music.

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El Quelite

El Quelite is only 23 miles north of Mazatlán, a picturesque town with narrow, cobblestone streets and central square. Rural colonial architecture combines with verandas and sidewalks brightly colored by bougainvillea.

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When you visit Mocorito your days will seem to pause between the blue sky, the groves and the whispers of the river.

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