El Cid Resorts Mazatlán welcomes you to the “Pearl of the Pacific”. Situated just south of the Tropic of Cancer, Mazatlán enjoys temperate semi-tropical weather year-round. The average temperature is between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius (77 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit). With an average of 300 sunny days per year, it’s always beach weather here.
Our alluring resorts offer a gentle introduction to a land of golden beaches, diverse sea life, fine dining and shopping, and rich culture and history. Escape to Mazatlan, México, for fantastic recreation, world–class fishing and diving, vibrant culture and a limitless array of activities and water sports.
A picturesque town dating from the 19th Century, whose history includes the Mexican Revolution. During your visit, you will be able to enjoy the spectacular surroundings in a walking walk tour, or by horse or donkey. And of course, a visit to El Quelite would not be complete without savoring the delicious dishes of El Meson De Los Laureanos, a unique gastronomic experience.
Experience the thrill of sailing on the Kolonahe – Marina El Cid Mazatlán’s sleek trimaran – to Deer Island, Mexico. Relax on the beach or enjoy kayaking, banana boat rides, snorkeling and beach volleyball. Cool off with ice cold sodas and cocktails as you take in the best views of the Mazatlán coast.
Mazatlan is also a spectacular location for bird-watching. Ten percent of the 10,000 bird species in the world reside in Mexico for at least part of the year: That’s 1,000 different species of birds, but many bird-watchers come exclusively to see one stellar bird: the tufted jay, a long- tailed bird with back and blue markings and a small crest of black on the top of its head.
Dare yourself to experience an incredible ocean adventure while driving your own speed boat. Whether you choose to tour around Mazatlan´s Bay and enjoy its attractive shores such as the second biggest natural light house in the world, the white rocks, the sea lions, Deer Island or admire the beautiful homes and landscaping in Mexico's largest Marina.
See how the national drink of Mexico is made on the Mazatlan Tequila Tour. Mexico is the only place in the world where the blue agave is grown and Tequila distilled. You’ll see the process up close on a visit to La Vinata, one of the oldest and most prestigious tequila distilleries in Mexico.