Sinaloa

MAZATLAN Mazatlan is one of the most beautiful and industrious municipalities in the state of Sinaloa, displaying beaches with fine white sands, no doubt the perfect excuse to take a break and enjoy the setting along with a delicious shrimp or scallop cocktail. Olas Atlas is a peaceful beach with a particular characteristic, as the sand and stones here found tend to move from one edge of the beach to the other, a rare episode that has turned this site into something of a myth. In Los Pinos beaches, surfers catch spectacular waves; fresh fish brought to the shores by boatmen is highly disputed along Playa Norte beach; while Playa Sabalos-Cerritos, still quite virgin and very exotic as well, is the perfect place to enjoy splendid sunsets. However, the most popular beaches are those of Playa Gaviotas ... Read more >>



According to archeological records, the native inhabitants of the present-day state of Sinaloa belonged to the ...
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It is well known that the arrival of Spanish conquistadors transformed Mexican society, by then a mixture of n ...
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SINALOA This municipality blends natural beauty with the architectonic legacy of formidable colonial building...
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Known as the "Mexican Barn", Sinaloa proudly produces a great variety of products which reach every corner of ...
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The state of Sinaloa shares its borders with the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California to the west, and wit ...
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The progress of Sinaloa has traditionally relied on agriculture, fishing and tourism. Agriculture is extremely ...
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Jesus Alberto Aguilar Padilla, Constitutional Governor of the State of Sinaloa, was born at El Llano de la Car ...
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According to the latest population census dating back to 2005, the state of Sinaloa is home to 2'608,442 inhab ...
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Mexicans amongst the millionaires’ world lists
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Agriculture in Mexico
Even though agriculture in Mexico occupies a minor role in the gross domestic product (less than 4%) and the overall revenue of the country’s income, it still remains Read More>>


Traditional Mexican Dishes
Mexican cuisine, worldwide famous and recently declared Intangible World Heritage by UNESCO, has indigenous and European influences. Some of the most important are of Spanish, Read More>>


Illegal commercial fishing in Mexico
One of the most serious environmental problems Mexico faces is the current threat to the ocean’s animal population. Oceans deserve special attention since they are home of Read More>>


The Beltrán Brothers Cartel
An offshoot of the Sinaloa Cartel, this criminal organization was created in 2008 by the Beltrán Leyva brothers (Carlos, Héctor, Marcos Arturo and Mario Alberto). Even though in his origins it Read More>>


The Sinaloa Cartel; Criminal Organization
The state of Sinaloa is characterized by its vast areas of agricultural land and its large fish production. Recently, tourism Read More>>


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