Where to Go / What to Do in Guaymas

The city’s historic center offers a pleasant tour of important buildings such as the churches of San Fernando and Sagrado Corazón; the City Council and the Banco de Sonora. BAHÍA DE SAN CARLOS The Beach and Port of San Carlos is an important destination for the practice of sports fishing because it has the necessary infrastructure within two modern marines by means of 700 spaces for ships and 800 varieties of marine species, some of which are horse mackerel, tuna, pompano, sailfish, salmon, cochito, cabrilla, goldfish and baya. Known as the Sea of Cortes Jewel, it is the traditional venue of the San Carlos International Fishing Tournament every July. Marina Real Phone (622) 227 0110 Marina San Carlos Phone (622) 226 1102 DOLPHIN AQUARIUM Recreational and educational center where you can observe and interact with dolphins and sea wolfs in a show of international quality. Additionally, it provides therapy for children with Down syndrome. Located in San Carlos Nuevo Guaymas.

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