Combine possibly the best beach in Mazatlan with arguably the best golf, and you have Estrella Del Mar. This is not a big resort, but a combination of resort and second homes that have a quiet, rejuvenating feel. A great place to relax, reconnect and recharge.

Estrella Del Mar is Close to the Airport

Only 15 minutes from the Mazatlan airport, Estrella Del Mar is easy to get to compared to the resorts in the Golden Zone, some 35 minutes away. The only downside of this is that when you want to go into town, it’s a 25-35 minute shuttle ride one way. In a week’s stay, an ideal ratio is two nights into Mazatlan proper for dining that is different than the resort. The attraction here is this place has everything and you could be quite content staying here for a week and being just here.

Mulitple Lodging Options

Lodging options are the Villas, condo rentals and an occasional home for rent. The Villas are reminiscent of a Spanish hotel with a large courtyard and fountain and feature 47 luxury rooms, recently renovated. One of the two restaurants, Las Delphines, is here, as well as the spa and fitness center. The other restaurant, La Paloma, is located at the golf clubhouse or the Casa Club. While there are only two restaurants, there are ample selections, and the food is top-notch for all three meals.

No all-inclusive option here, yet the food and drinks are more than reasonably priced. If staying at the Villas, it’s a spirited walk or shuttle ride to the Casa Club, but well worth it with the Oceanside and beach view.

World Class Golf at Estrella Del Mar

This is arguably the best golf in Mazatlan, period. This course is routinely used for Mexican PGA and Greg Norman Events. A John Jacobs Golf School just opened on the driving range for those in need of de-rusting the swing. This is a competitive golf course with plenty of twists, turns, and stunning beach views. The greens were just re-done, giving this course tour greens from start to finish. At 7015 yards from the Gold Tees, this is all you can bite off at sea level into a light, salty breeze.

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