Colima is one of the smallest provinces in Mexico. In spite of being so small it has several advantages. Colima has a coastline that stretches 160 kilometers along the Gulf of Mexico and includes the resort town of Manzanillo. The province also includes the volcanic islands of Revillagigedo which lie 450 to 600 to the west and in the Gulf of Mexico. Along the northern border of Colima stretches the active Volcán de Fuego. The city of Tecoman is known as the Lemon Capital of the World. The "Sierra de Manantlán" Biosphere Reserve, is a Unesco site which is home to 40% of Mexico's native plant species and 30% of Mexico's native bird species. In the "Sierra de Manantlan" you can experience a cloud forest as the park eventually reaches 9,000 feet. The bio reserve extends between Colima and Jalisco. One of the most popular destinations in Colima are the beautiful sandy beaches that draw fishermen, divers and surfers alike. The most popular beach and resort destination is found in Manzanillo where the Bahía de Manzanillo and Bahía de Santiago meet.
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Colima Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in
Visit the town of Comala, which is part of Historic Monument Zone and is listed as one of the "Magic Pueblos".
Tour the Hacienda of Nogueras, located in the town of Comala, which once belonged to the famous Mexican artist Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo, and now is a museum dedicated to his work.
Take advantage of the coastal delicacies available and dine on some of Colima’s ceviche, a combination of fish, tomatoes, chilies and grated carrots.
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