Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort & Spa Stone Island Mazatlan
Stone Island Mazatlán, Mexico
A beautiful peninsula on the southern tip of Mazatlán, Stone Island, Isla de la Piedra, is a magnificent escape from the crowds of the mainland. A short boat ride across Navigation Channel, Stone Island features miles of sparkling sand beach lined with palm trees, gentle ocean waves and palapa restaurants. The spectacular natural landscape on the Pacific Ocean creates a relaxed environment for swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling and exploring. Enjoy fresh seafood and drinks under the shade of the native-built palapas. Meet the local Ejidos framers who cultivate Mexico's third largest coconut grove that follows the beach. Walk to the beachside restaurants and shops, or lounge under the Mexican sun.
Mazatlán Resort with Tours to Stone Island. Located a few miles from Stone Island, Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort & Spa is a magnificent beach resort overlooking the Pacific Ocean and pristine sand beach. This luxurious oceanfront resort is a sanctuary for the soul with gorgeous villas facing the sea, a luxury spa, world-class dining, colorful gardens, winding streams and pathways that lead to the ocean. Swim in sparkling pools, lounge on the private beach, dive and kayak in the ocean waves and explore Stone Island's beauty and heritage. Find out about our Mazatlán Vacation Packages.
Stone Island Tours & Cruises. Mazatlán's most famous tour is the catamaran tour to Stone Island. Hop aboard a sightseeing catamaran, through the bay to see Mexican naval vessels, shrimp and tuna fleets, the famous Pacifico Brewery, and the beautiful sea lions by Turtle Rock - a rocky islet and ecological reserve just ½ mile from Mazatlán.
The city offers two marinas at both ends of the city with boat service and water taxis to Stone Island Mazatlán. Once you reach the island, you can walk or bus to beautiful beaches and laid-back restaurants.
Stone Island Attractions & Restaurants. Experience an authentic look at a Mexican fishing village on Stone Island. Behind the beach is a road with small shops nestled among houses and great views of the Pacifico Brewery across the channel. Stop for a rest at the Plazuela en Memoria de J. Jesus Moreno, a small park with an adjacent carnival with a Ferris wheel and games. Lining the tranquil beach, you'll find open-air restaurants, bars and palm-covered palapas, including Carmelita's, Lety's, Estrella del Mar and Restaurant Cardon. Cool off in the shade and enjoy ocean views and fresh seafood. Many restaurants offer shade umbrellas, lounge chairs and hammocks to enjoy a margarita, as well as volleyball courts, banana boat, catamaran and ATV rentals, horseback rides and stalls selling clothes and jewelry.