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Comala, Colima

We went to Comala because they told us that it's nicknamed 'The White Village of America' and I can tell you that they're right: the traditional red roofs and high white facades shine brilliantly. The town is also well known due to the fact that author Juan Rulfo used its name in his famous novella Pedro Paramo. Comala means 'place where comales are made' (comales being the flat grills for toasting tortillas) and it's a must for those visiting the Volcan de Fuego ('The Fire Volcano') or the city of Colima.

How to Get There

Comala, Colima

From Colima take State Highway 16. Distance chart: To Colima – 11 km; To Manzanillo - 16 km; To Guadalajara – 219 km