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Delfin Beachfront Estate

Rare Opportunity to Own a 14,000 sf. Stunning Beach Front Estate +2 Additional Oceanfront Land Parcels.

Let your imagination run WILD!  A Vacation Retreat, Boutique Hotel, Luxurious Bed & Breakfast, Condominium Development, or Your OWN Personal Private Estate.

This successful turnkey rental property is a well designed eleven-bedroom beachfront residence has a unique hacienda style with Mexican details.  You will be welcomed by the amazing Sea of Cortez Ocean views, and fabulous center courtyard with a large swimming pool, water slide, waterfall, and swim up bar.  The home has no shortage of expansive exterior living and dining areas.
The property is made up of 3 land parcels, which jointly measure 3,859.55 m2 / 41,543 sf. and have 77.89m2 / 255.56 feet of beachfront. The two vacant parcels total 2204.81m2  / 23,731.91 sf. with 47.41 meters / 155.54 feet of beachfront that is suitable for a condominium development, hotel expansion, or can be enjoyed as they are.
The property boasts eleven large bedrooms, each with its own bathroom with a total capacity to sleep 41 guests.  Six of the bedrooms overlook the ocean, and the additional bedrooms look out to the gardens, and central pool area. This is a wonderful family home, adaptable for all family needs (children, returning children and there families, offices, gym, guests, art studio, workshop, you name it!)  The adjacent lots would be perfect for recreation purposes such as a tennis and lawn sports.  There is a generous two car garage and an interior parking corral that could easily accommodate another six cars, or motor home, water crafts…etc..

Lovely sunbeds surround the pool, inviting you to long hours under the sun and stars.

Beyond the private paradise of the Oceanfront Delfin Estate, you can take a short taxi ride to town where you will find the heart of the Golden Zone, which features art galleries and restaurants, or go a little further into Centro Historico and discover the charm of the Old Town. Golfers are just 15 minutes from the El Cid Golf Course, where you will find three 9 holes courses (Moro, Castilla & Marina) Families and destination weddings guests will appreciate the proximity of Mazatlan Airport, about thirty kilometers away.

This is a rare opportunity to own a ‘one of a kind’ successful Airbnb Beach Front Property in a very unique location, with great rental history.

Description:

2 LAND PARCELS & A BOUTIQUE HOTEL WITH 77.89 M OF BEACHFRONT

Learn more about this great opportunity with Mazatlan4Sale and talk with one of our friendly agents about how this can be your investment opportunity.

Mazatlan Delfin Oceanfront Estate For Sale

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Did You Know?
By Lionne Decker

4 Three Kings Day Traditions That Are Popular in Mexico

The Christmas season is an exciting time around the world. Holiday observances differ in some aspects, but the spirit of the holiday season is the same, regardless of where you live.

Let’s take a closer look at how Christmas is celebrated in Mexico. The Christmas season in Mexico is long. It starts off on December 16 with religious processions called Las Posadas, which represent the journey to Bethlehem, made by Joseph and Mary, to find a safe harbor for their unborn baby Jesus.

The official end of the Christmas season is Three Kings Day, followed by Candlemas Day on February 2nd.

Three Kings Day Celebrations

Three Kings Day is a holiday with many names: Three Kings Day, The Day of the Kings, Epiphany, Twelfth Night, Little Christmas, Theophany, Timkat, and Reyes are just some names this holiday goes by.

Whatever its name, its origin is ancient. Three Kings Day, a Catholic celebration, can be traced back to the 4th century, when it was celebrated by the Greek-speaking portion of the eastern Roman Empire.

It celebrates the journey of the Magi, or Three Wise Men, who brought gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh in the famous biblical Christmas story.

Much of Latin America, and specifically southern Mexico, concentrates their holiday festivities on January 6th, el Dia de Los Reyes (Day of the Kings). Being the 12th day of Christmas, it signals the end of the holiday season.

Who Were the Three Kings?

The Three Kings were  Melchior, Caspar and Balthazar. Melchior was the King of Persia, Caspar the King of India, and Balthazar was represented as an Arabian King and occasionally a King of Ethiopia.

Los Nacimientos (The Nativity)

The Nativity scene plays an important role in Mexican Christmas celebrations. It’s used not only to depict the birth of the Christ child, but also plays the role of a Christmas calendar of sorts. Pieces are added to the scene over the Christmas season as they played out in history.

For instance, the baby Jesus figure is placed in the manger on Christmas Eve. Los Reyes Magos (the Three Wise Men) and their animals are placed out on January 5 to depict their arrival.

Gift-Giving and Santa Claus

The Three Kings are the traditionally prominent figures of Christmas in Mexican culture. Santa wasn’t a “thing” until the 20th century, when the United States commercialized  “Santa” as an icon for the Christmas buying season.

Generally seen as “imported,” Santa did not gain nearly the same foothold in Mexican culture as he did in the United States. Even so, in some areas of Mexico, lucky children receive gifts from Santa, usually on December 24, and from the Three Kings on January 6.

Dia de los Reyes is the day that the southern Mexican and most Latin American cultures exchange gifts. It’s a very festive day filled with extended families visiting, games, and for the children, Los Tres Reyes Magos (the Three Wise Men) bring gifts to hide in their shoes.

Shoes are left out before bed, filled with hay for the kings’ hungry camels. In the morning, excited children find their shoes empty of hay and filled with brightly colored candies and small toys . Often, there are also gifts under the Christmas tree or, if no tree,  by the nativity scene, from the Three Kings.

So, don’t be surprised if in southern Mexico you get some dull stares if you ask children if they’re excited about Santa. They’re not. They’re waiting for the Three Kings!

Three Kings Cake

When visiting Mexico during the Christmas season, keep in mind: those lovely-looking, round, donut-shaped pastries are dangerous. Why? We’ll explain.

Originating in Spain and brought to Mexico by the Spanish, Rosca de Reyes (Kings’ Cake) is more like sweet bread.

Its shape is symbolic of a crown and embellished with red and green candied fruits and nuts. The fruits symbolize two things to the Mexican people: the jewels of the Three Kings’ crowns and the colors of the Mexican flag.

Be careful while you’re eating the pastries. They come with small hard plastic or ceramic baby Jesus figures cooked inside!

Tradition dictates that whoever gets the baby in their serving must have the fiesta on Día de la Candelaria, or Candlemas Day in English, on February 2. It’s traditional for the host to serve the tamales for the party.

The Rosca de Reyes cakes come in several sizes and can be plain or filled. The fillings are typically cheese-based but also come in some other delightful flavors such as guava, pineapple, and cajeta, or caramelized goat’s milk.

Traditional Mexican Food on Three Kings Day

You didn’t think the cake was the only thing on the menu, did you? It’s customary when friends and extended families come by on Three Kings Day to serve either hot chocolate or a uniquely Mexican beverage called atole.

Atole is a corn-based drink served rich, thick, and warm. These are usually served with the Rosca de Reyes. Other traditional foods for the feast of the Epiphany are black beans and rice, soups, and salads that highlight yucca, nopales (cactus leaf), and plantains. Some sort of slow-cooked meat is usually on the menu, often chicken or pork.

While Mexican immigrant communities in the U.S. celebrate Christmas “the American way,” many still preserve the traditions of Three Kings’ Day.

 

Our Mazatlan4Sale
Team is Growing –
Meet our New Member

Ximena Rodriguez

Ximena, born and raised in this beautiful port of Mazatlán, lover of the ocean and the magic of this town. Graduated with a degree in Law.

I am a proactive, communicative and social person with the ability to adapt, create practical solutions and always with a good attitude to work as a team.

I have the legal experience of having worked in a notary office, so you can feel confident that you will be in good hands as I will seek the best legal outlook for my client. Now I am happy to belong to Mazatlan4sale group, known because of their great professionalism and to seek the best for their clients.

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Art Festival 2023-2024
at Mazatlan4Sale!

WE SELL FUN !!

Please come and join us at our Famous Annual Art Festival.

(Every third Thursday of the month)

DECEMBER- MARCH 2023 /2024

We will be showcasing some of the Best Local Artists in town:
Painters, Photographers, Jewelers, and more.

Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase your one-of-a-kind Hand-Painted mug that comes with a FREE Margarita. Our secret Mazatlan4Sale recipe!

Note: 100% OF THE MONEY COLLECTED FROM MUG SALES WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE NON-PROFIT CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION OF “GEMS OF MAZATLAN”

This event is completely cost-free !

 

That’s How We Spent Our Last Event!!!

See You January 18th for Our Art Event! 
12-4 pm

 

Quote by Karen Sloan

 

CHILE RELLENO WITH CHEESE

Poblano peppers are stuffed with bacon, onion and Cheddar Cheese, then served over a creamy red sauce.

INGREDIENTS:

4 large poblano chiles

For the sauce:
1 pound tomatoes
¼ onion
2 cloves of garlic
1 corn tortilla cut into quarters
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 ½ chicken broth or water
Salt to taste

For the filling:
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
4 slices smoked bacon (thick cut), chopped
½ cup chopped onion
1 cup corn kernels (on the cob)
4 cups (16 oz)  Shredded Cheddar Cheese

For the mass:
½ cup of flour
4 eggs at room temperature, separated
1 cup vegetable oil
¼ tablespoon salt

PREPARATION:

Step 1
Place the chiles on the stovetop and roast them over open heat (or in a pan) until the skin is blistered and charred, (DO NOT BURN THE STEM), transfer to a plastic bag and seal tightly, let them simmer. Steam for 10 minutes. Rub skin with paper towels, cut a 3-inch slit, and remove seeds completely with a spoon.

Step 2
Roast the tomatoes, onion, and garlic in a frying pan over medium heat until the skin of the tomatoes peels, remove all the ingredients from the pan and let cool for 3 minutes. Peel the skin of the tomatoes. Briefly fry the tortilla in 1 tablespoon of oil for 10 seconds on both sides. Add the tomatoes, onion, garlic, fried tortilla, chicken broth and mix until smooth. Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a saucepan, add the sauce, season with salt to taste and cook over medium heat for 15 minutes, stirring constantly.

Step 3
Heat the oil and fry the bacon until it begins to brown, add the onion and fry until golden, add the corn kernels and cook for 2 more minutes, remove from the heat and let cool. Mix with the cheese and divide the mixture into 4 equal parts, fill each chile with the cheese mixture.

Step 4
Dredge the stuffed chiles in flour and remove the excess, set aside. Beat the egg whites first, then add the egg yolks and continue beating until incorporated, add 4 tablespoons flour and salt. Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium heat, dip each chilli (holding by the stem) in the batter, cover completely and fry on both sides until golden brown.

Step 5
Pour ¾ cup of warm sauce onto a plate, place the stuffed chile on top and serve.

FEATURED RENTAL

Almarena Residential
Ten-minute walk to Cerritos beach

Walk to the Best Beach in Mazatlán!

This brand new 3 bedroom 2.5 bath is perfect for a getaway for the whole family!

3 Bedroom / 2.5 Bathroom Home located in the private community of Mazatlán’s Almarena on the North End of Town with just a 10-minute walk to the famous, Cerritos Beach.

Almarena is a gated community with 24/7 in-person staff at the entrance. Wide streets and walking paths take you through the first-class amenities of the community. Work out, swim, and barbecue in one of the many community areas throughout and directly next to this modern home. Parking for 2 cars right at the front door makes for easy loading and unloading. Public transportation is just an 8-minute walk as is the public beach access to one of Mazatlán’s most beautiful stretch of beach. Ocean activities are readily available like swimming and kayaking as well as horseback riding, surfing, sailing, fishing, beach volleyball, tours, biking, and much much more. The entrance of the property sits across the street from a water park.

If shopping is on the agenda, you will find the Galleries Mall with easy access to Mazatlán’s cabs (pulmonias) and buses.

BOOK NOW!

Approved Products: 
We use disinfectants approved by global health agencies to help prevent the spread of COVID-19

Protective Equipment:
We wore protective equipment, like a mask and gloves, while cleaning

Thoroughly Clean:
Each room was cleaned using extensive cleaning checklists

Cleaning Supplies On Hand:
We provide extra cleaning supplies, so you can clean as you stay

Every Surface Sanitized:
All high-touch surfaces have been sanitized, such as doorknobs, cabinets, and light switches

PAY WITH BITCOIN FOR YOUR NEXT VACATION!

Mazatlan4Rent accepts payments in Bitcoin!
Pay for your vacation rental in an easy and safe way using Crypto assets!

 

Mazatlan4Sale Team
Will Cover YOU!!!

Thinking of selling or buying?  Take advantage of a strong U.S. dollar /  Canadian dollar to sell or purchase property in Mazatlan, Mexico. 

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Happy New Year 2024!

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