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MAZATLÁN, SINALOA (PRWEB) OCTOBER 17, 2017

Known for its enchanting mix of beautiful sandy beaches, captivating centuries-old rich culture, and abundant nightlife, a revitalized Mazatlán is earning top honors from two independent authorities on international living and investing as cited recently by Forbes magazine as one of the top 10 places to retire abroad for North Americans.

“2017 has been an amazing year of resurgence for Mazatlán, with a big spike in international tourism, as well as a steady flow of new visitors ready to call this famous Mexican coastal resort home,” said Marco Antonio Garcia Castro, Secretary of Tourism for the State of Sinaloa. “We welcome North Americans to join the tens of thousands of expats enjoying a relaxed and cost-effective life here in Mazatlán,” he added.

The August 6th Forbes article, “The Surprising Top 10 List of Best Places to Retire Abroad,” features high praise for Mazatlán from both Live and Invest Overseas and International Living – two industry insiders in overseas investment and retirement living. Forbes placed Mazatlán third on its list, behind Portugal's Algarve Region and Valletta, Malta.

Home to more than 12 miles of golden shoreline, Mazatlán offers idyllic year-round tropical weather, first-class amenities and infrastructure, and an active lifestyle for older adults who embrace a "young at heart" mindset. Many expats embrace living like a local, enjoying the laid-back living and city life surrounding the Historic District's Plaza Machado, which offers magnificent sidewalk cafes, up-and-coming gastronomy, local arts and crafts, and a diverse theater culture.

“Mazatlán is enjoying a renaissance, and many are returning here to savor a burgeoning culture scene rich with the arts,” said Rafael Lizárraga Favela, Undersecretary of Tourism for the state. “Whether you are an empty-nest couple looking to slow your pace of life, or a prior snowbird visitor looking to make a permanent change to our incredible year-round tropical climate, you can find value and a quality of life here in our colonial city on the beach that includes luxury living, endless activities, and a booming culinary scene,” he added.

For more information about Mazatlán, visit http://www.GoMazatlan.com.

About Mazatlán
Mazatlán is a Mexican resort town along the Pacific Ocean. Founded in 1571, its Historic District, 19th-century landmarks include the performance hall Teatro Ángela Peralta and the towering Immaculate Conception Basilica. Sandy beaches line its 4 mile-long malecón (boardwalk), the newly developed Nuevo Mazatlán area where two marinas and two professional golf courses sit, and the modern district of Zona Dorada which is known for nightlife and hotels to suit any budget. Old villages with its unique charm such as El Quelite, Concordia, Copala and El Rosario surround Mazatlán and guided tours are available from all hotels. Direct air service is available to Mazatlán from most US and Canada markets.

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Margie Gostyla
Mazatlan Tourism Board
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