The Sinaloa Secretary of Tourism issued its preliminary balance sheet on the economic outcome of Semana Santa holidays in the State.
At the 250 recreation areas, beaches, ceremonial centers and Pueblos Mágicos visited by tourists between March 29 and April 5, tourists spent 700 million pesos during their vacation on hotels, tours, shopping, public transport and restaurants.
Of the influx of national and international tourists visiting Sinaloa, the majority spent the holiday in Mazatlán enjoying the beaches in the Zona Dorada, along the Malecón, Stone Island, Los Pinitos, Cerritos and Playa Brujas.
The most visited beaches in north Sinaloa were Topolobambo and El Maviri, in central Sinaloa Las Glorias, Bellavista, El Perihuete, El Tambor, Altata, Nuevo Altata and Ponce.
Beaches in Escuinapa hosted approximately 18,000 holidayers and at El Caimanero beach in El Rosario, over 10,000 people congregated to enjoy the sunshine and warm weather.
Sectur reported approximately 15,000 visitors were in the Pueblo Mágico of El Fuerte for musical performances and artistic events, while the Pueblo Mágico of Cosalá reported 100 percent hotel occupancy rate.