Manzanillo is known not only as a place of rest, but also because it was the first shipyard in Latin America (dating from 1531) and today is the most important commercial port of Mexico. Located on the Pacific coast of Mexico, at a point where the twin bays of
Manzanillo and Santiago look, this destination is located in a region with several ecosystems and as a result is ideal for beach activities, ecotourism and sports destination Adventure.
The climate in Manzanillo is excellent all year, and its beach has an average of 350 sunny days a year. Its proximity to the mountains of the Sierra Madre help maintain the slightly cooler temperature than any other beach destination that is located on the Pacific coast. The best time to visit Manzanillo is during the winter months from November to April. The rainy summer lasts from June to October when the afternoon rains give your horizon a touch of green tropical exuberance.
The recently renovated historic center of Manzanillo is a lovely place to explore, and some footpaths make it easy exploration on foot. The main square offers a panoramic view of the bay and is surrounded by local bars, restaurants and shops. The hotel zone of Manzanillo, located about eight miles from downtown is where you will find some of the best beaches, luxury resorts and golf clubs.
Manzanillo Beach has been rated as the "Sailfish Capital of the World", because you can catch large specimens of marlin, sailfish and other species that are abundant in their coasts. Each year, this destination is hosting international tournaments that attract anglers from all over the world. In addition to fishing, Manzanillo visitors can take part in water sports like swimming, practice snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing at the nearby beach of Cuyutlán. In Manzanillo are also two clubs in world class golf.
Manzanillo's cuisine incorporates a wide variety of seafood. In the popular restaurants you will find local dishes like ceviche Colima. When in this wonderful destination have the opportunity to savor traditional local sweets and unique beverages like water tuba, a local specialty made with coconut water; and tejuino, drink made from fermented corn. Around Manzanillo there are numerous activities and attractions.
Take a short trip to Colima, the state capital, to have a look at their cultural and historical heritage, in addition to delight your palate with local flavors. Nearby, is the magical town of Comala, which is home to one of the main attractions of the entity: the Nogueras hacienda and the Museo Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo. For those who love contact with nature, you can take a tour to the National Park and Biosphere Reserve of Nevado de Colima.


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