The state of Colima offers an atmosphere of tranquility between mountains, rivers, volcanoes and beautiful beaches. It borders to the north with Jalisco and to the south with Michoacán. Its climate is warm, with an average temperature of 77 °F and its natural diversity attracts a large number of visitors.
In its capital city bearing the same name, you will find historical buildings of great beauty and architectural value such as the Teatro Hidalgo (Hidalgo Theater) or the Palacio de Gobierno (Governmental Palace).
If you are looking for the ideal destination for outdoor activities, Colima has a large number of options to bring out your adventurous side. In the Parque Nacional de Nevado de Colima (Nevado de Colima National Park) you can camp and enjoy incredible landscapes. Immerse yourself into the underground world and practice caving in the Grutas de San Gabriel (San Gabriel Grottoes).
And since there is nothing like enjoying the sun and the sea breeze, the state offers beautiful options to rest such as Manzanillo, Isla de Navidad and Las Hadas, among many others.
In your Colima to-do list you should include visiting the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Comala, you will love its white houses with colored tiles and its traditional town square.
In this state you can also visit archaeological sites such as El Chanal and La Campana. Enjoy the delicious traditional food of the region, try the pescado a la talla (charbroiled fish) or a Colima-style ceviche. Discover the tradition and nature of Colima.
Source. Visit MEXICO
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