Colima

With great geographical and cultural wealth, Colima offers landscapes of unparallel beauty and diverse art forms that converse in a prehispanic past and a modern state growing and promoting tourism throughout the world. It also offers the opportunity to discover enigmatic destinations ranging from see-through lagoons, surprising grottos, impressive mountains, virgin beaches and friendly towns of today’s Magical Mexico. SAN GABRIEL GROTTO – Ixtlahuacán This is one of the most fascinating natural attractions in the State. Located near the town of San Gabriel in Ixtlahuacán, from which an adventurous route starts, full of colorful landscapes leading to the grotto. It’s easy to become mesmerized by the impressive ... Read more >>



The oldest remains of human settlements within the territories of the current state of Colima, go as far back ...
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The Colima locals are calmed, relaxed, welcoming, and generally happy. Seating under the shade of a palm t ...
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CROCODILE ZOO OF ALCUZAHUE LA COLORADA – TECOMAN On La Colorada Lagoon, adjacent to Alcuzahue Lagoon, is th...
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As much as 56% of the jobs available in the state of Colima, are generated by the more than 20,000 small and m ...
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Located in west central Mexico, the state of Colima shares its borders with the Pacific Ocean to the south ...
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The Government of Colima has focused on strengthening sustainable social development based on the principles o ...
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Mario Anguiano Moreno, born in Tinajas, Colima, was born on August 15, 1962. He received a Bachelor’s Degree ...
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The west central state of Colima is inhabited by just a little more than half a million people, according to t ...
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The War of Reform, History of Mexico

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