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Marina Del Rey Beach Club
The Golden Zone, Mazatlan
Marina Del Rey Beach Club is a small private resort with 25 luxury condominiums located in the newest growing area of Mazatlan between the Marina and the beach. Marina Del Rey offers large units decorated in Mediterranean style offering a scenic view of the Marina and the Ocean. The resort is only 10 minutes away from the Golden Zone (Main Tourist Area) where you can enjoy fine restaurants and a bar.
Andale México.- About 4 miles north of downtown lies the Sábalo traffic circle in the Zona Dorada (Gold Zone) near the Punta Camarón, a rocky outcropping over the water. The Zona Dorada begins where Avenida del Mar intersects avenida Rafael Buelna and becomes avenida Camarón Sábalo, which leads north through the abundant hotels and fast-food restaurants of the tourist zone. From here, the resort hotels, including the huge El Cid Resort complex, spread northward along and beyond Playa Sábalo.
The new Marina Mazatlán development has changed the landscape north of the Zona Dorada considerably, as hotels, condo complexes, and private residences rise around the new marina. North of here is Los Cerritos (Little Hills), the northern limit of Mazatlán. While there's plenty of elbowroom, Mazatlán's sunny beaches clamor with activity. Strolling vendors display their hand-made crafts, parasails float upward, and sunbathers of all ages frolic in the blue Pacific.