The state of Colima, Mexico: a resource page
If you had to live the rest of your life in one Mexican State, which one would it be? A straw-poll of Mexconnect readers suggests that their choice might well be Colima.
Because not only is Colima the perfect introduction to Mexico, boasting a little bit of everything, but it also avoids the excesses that characterize some coastal areas.
Yet, it has it all: tropical beaches, superb hotels, serious hiking, rock-climbing, thousand year old tombs, spelunking, great golf courses, bird-watching... you name it, you can probably do it somewhere in the state!
Colima may be small in area but it boasts an extraordinary diversity of scenery, culture, folklore and tourist attractions.
Join our writers as they explore Colima, from its charming capital city to its snow-capped volcanos, and from its ancient haciendas to colorful local fiestas.
General Information About Colima
The Cuisine of Colima
Colima - Sea to Sierra. Part 1 The Sea
Colima - Sea to Sierra. Part 2 The Sierra
Charros and Charreadas, A Mexican tradition
Pacific Coast Beaches
Did You Know - Colima Dogs
Exploring Colima - Planeta.com
Cities & Towns
Colima, City of the Palms
Manzanillo - Introduction
How did Manzanillo Get Its Name?
Retiring in Mexico: How's Manzanillo?
Manzanillo - Bustling Port/Quiet Resort, or Both?
A Champagne Vacation On a Beer Budget
La Hacienda de Nogueras, Comala
Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo: Universal Artist
Interactive map of Colima Interactive map of Colima
Picture Galleries: a visual tour
Mexico's Pacific Beaches
Charros y Charreadas
City of the Palms
Manzanillo photos (12)
La Hacienda de Nogueras-Images
Gobierno del Estado de Colima
Secretaria de Turismo del Estado de Colima
H. Congreso del Estado de Colima.
City of Colima Municipal Government
Universidad de Colima
Tecnologico de Monterrey University: Colima Camppus
Instituto Tecnológico de Colima
El Correo de Manzanillo (Newspaper in Spanish)
Published or Updated on:
April 25, 2011