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During your visit to Mazatlan, you should not miss this trip which is considered the best colonial sightseeing of the area.

Our first stop will be made at a rustic brick factory, located at the banks of Presidio River. Continuing with the visit to Malpica, an small community where two friendly families started two home business: A rustic oven bakery and a handmade floor tile shop.

The following described towns were founded in 1565 by the Spanish conquistador Francisco de Ibarra, who was the pioneer of the mining industry in the state of Sinaloa and both were strategically settled near the silver and gold mining sites.

Concordia is a very industrious town, its residents make their daily living working in furniture factories and potteries. Beautiful colonial architecture can be admired here, the most emblematic buildings are: The Saint Sebastian’s temple made of pink stone, the French style city hall and the main plaza with a huge rocking chair up front.  Copala happens to be the highlight of this trip, this enchanting village was built off road, just a little down the Sierra Madre hills; its magnificent scenery, invites you to stroll on cobblestone streets looking at small houses with red roofs and wide adobe walls, covered with different kind of flowers. The main attractions here are: A little museum, an ex –silver mine, the Saint Joseph’s temple and the picturesque main plaza.

Minimum: 06 Pax

Operation: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7

Inclusions: Your trip includes pick up at your hotel (being in the center of the city) and an accredited tour guide.

Exclusions: Lunch, drinks, tips.

Schedule: 10:00 – 16:00 hrs.

Approx duration: 6 hrs.