The Guadalajara Reporter also covers national news, and has a section devoted specifically to expatriate living, much of which is useful to ex-pats living in Mazatlan or visiting seasonally.
With a history dating back six decades, The News -- in print -- is the only English-language daily newspaper in Mexico.
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Mazatlan hosts numerous cultural activities throughout the year, including the famed Carnival Festival in February.
The town is also home to Las Labradas, an open air museum with a collection of carved stones dating back as far as 1,500 years.
Playa Sabalos on the Golden Zone’s north end is a low-key beach that’s perfect for relaxing, while Playas Camaron and Las Gaviotas are livelier.