Marinaterra Hotel And Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Calle Gabriel Estrada s/n, Sector La Herradura, San Carlos, Northern Mexico, 85506, Mexico
Marinaterra Hotel & Spa
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Guaymas and San Carlos information

by GPintransit

I'm planning a trip to San Carlos, ten miles away from Guaymas, end of April any information as to lodging, hotels, fishing would be of great assistance. Thank you in advance for your assistance.


Re: Guaymas and San Carlos information

by Mahudi


San Carlos, a paradise.
Guaymas is OK. Stay there to save $. San Carlos has great prices if you look. Try the former Club Med, now called Club Paradiso. Horses, beach and more.
Eat at places where locals eat. Better food and better prices. Do not miss The Mirador for sunset, or horseback riding for a fantastic sunset. Say hi to the beautiful french girl that runs the rentals.
Get ready to do nothing. Visit the place where The Zorro was filmed. Incredible place.


Re: Guaymas and San Carlos information

by Chaz351

I've just returned from a 5 month vacation in Guaymas, it is beautiful country, takes some getting used to though. Enjoy the wonderful heritage and friendly folks, the food is great, but I'm hesitant to eat anything cooked by the bay. Great places to shop for neccesities is at "Ley" or "Mercado Soriana". Novelty shopping can be done all up and down the main strip of "Serdan", many vendors with just about anything you can immagine, and just off the strip are many outlets accomodating all tastes and fashions for memorabilia. To stop and have a quick bite, I suggest at the corner of Serdan and Calle (street) 19th, two wonderful sisters ,Patti and Reyna and they're older brother George (he speaks helpful English and can help you around), he's a short chubby wonderful man, they have tacos and burritos for 30 cents a pop, greatest price in town and wonderful food.
Miramar beach is a great spot to watch Dolphins in the mornings when the sun is shining from behind you, the water is crystal blue clear and very warm, watch the signs for directions.
San Carlos is a visiting destination only of mine, the prices are higher, but because it is a great spot, we went there almost daily, up the highway through town, you'll come to a fork that leads to a beautiful overlook of the Cortez Sea, here we watched Dolphins, and much to our amazement seen Killer Whales almost every visit, my children and I were in tears the 1st time we saw these beautiful mammals, it is breathtaking!
There is many spots to visit here. It isn't a big place, but is very big everywhere in beauty.

Also, stay away from the tap water, carry filtered water, napkins in your pockets for dining, drive slow through both cities ( streets are treacherously terrible}, and always have a roll of toilet paper in your car , most public restrooms dont provide these luxuries!

Have a great time, and email me upon your return or before you go, for more information, and your''Charlie"

Re: Guaymas and San Carlos information

by pedroebc



Travel Tips for Guaymas

Parlez-vous Spanish?

by Ewingjr98

Me neither. That made the trip very interesting, especially trying to get through the border. Once we were in San Carlos, we got along OK, but we did have a few locals scold us for not learning anything in school. At least that's what I think she said.

I quickly learned a few important words like cerveza, caliente, gracias, por favor, de nada, muy bien, buenos dias, adios, and muchachas.

Guaymas & San Carlos - Spring Break 1998

by Ewingjr98

Guaymas is a mid-sized seaport on the east shore of the Gulf of California in Mexico. It lies about four hours south of the border-crossing at Nogales Arizona/Nogales Mexico. Just north of Guaymas is a resort town called San Carlos, where we spent most of our time. San Carlos is a playground for many Americans who spend time at the marina or the resort hotels.

Fun in Guaymas

by Dr.Bob

"Best time to go"

Sept. & Oct. are the best for warm water and nice weather. San Carlos 12 mi. west of Guaymas is the place to be.
Water temp is nice until Nov. Cold water persists until late Apr. Good scuba and fishing in mid Summer months.


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Address: Calle Gabriel Estrada s/n, Sector La Herradura, San Carlos, Northern Mexico, 85506, Mexico