Manzanillo is premium beach destination in the state of Colima

2010

Manzanillo is a port city in the state of Colima, Mexico, located on the Pacific coast. It is the most populous city in the state, with 159,853 inhabitants according to the 2020 census1. Manzanillo is known for its beautiful beaches, its fishing industry, and its role as one of the major seaports in Mexico.

If you are planning to travel to Manzanillo from Mérida, Yucatán, you have several options. You can drive by car, which will take you about 22 hours and cover a distance of 2,137 kilometers2. You can also fly by plane, which will take you about 4 hours and cost around $3,000 MXN for a round trip. Alternatively, you can take a bus, which will take you about 36 hours and cost around $2,000 MXN for a round trip.

Once you arrive in Manzanillo, you will find plenty of things to do and see. Here are some of the main attractions that you should not miss:

Manzanillo is also a great destination for food lovers, as it offers a variety of dishes based on seafood, such as ceviche, Pescado Zarandeado, Camarones al mojo de ajo, and more. You can also try some local specialties, such as tuba (a drink made from coconut palm sap), Colima (a cheese-filled pastry), and Ponche de Granada (a punch made from pomegranate juice).

Manzanillo is a city that combines nature, culture, and history in a unique way. It is an ideal place for travelers who want to enjoy the beauty of the Pacific coast and discover the charm of Colima. If you are looking for a memorable vacation in Mexico, Manzanillo is a destination that you should not overlook.

Source: Secretaría de Turismo de Colima

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