Tecomán

Colima

With more than 800 kilometers of territorial extension, the city of Tecoman, in Colima, has an incomparable richness of Flora and Fauna, in addition to its culture, its beach and a delicious gastronomy. You will find something to discover in every corner.

Its geographical position makes it one of those places you have to visit at least once in your life. It is located 48 kilometers from the capital of the state, adjoining to the north with Armería, Colima, Ixtlahuacán and Coquimatlán municipalities and to the south with Michoacán and the Pacific Ocean.
Once in Tecoman, you can get to know its history through a guided tour in its Historical Center. The detailed architecture of its buildings will steal your heart. Here you can visit the Jardin Hidalgo with beautiful benches and beautiful gardens that will invite you to spend more than a few moments here.

The church and the Historical Monuments are full of important symbols that represent the city, such as the Temple of Santo Domingo Santiago where the Virgen de la Candelaria is worshipped. The sculpture of “El limonero”, also known as Tree of Life, represents the strength and courage of the city. It is 33 meters in height sculpture with an average weight of 110 tons.

Another emblematic figure is the “Perritos Colimotes”, which are two dancing dogs that represents the transition of power. This is a metaphor in which the older dog passes basic and necessary knowledge into its offsprings. This is an important expression that is part of the Pre-hispanic identity of Colima.
If you have a demanding palate you will be more than pleased with the Tecoman gastronomy that includes zarandeado fish, sailfish ceviche, grilled crab, chilayo among many more. Don’t lose the chance of trying the traditional beverages of the region like the tuba or the tejuino.
With more than 800 kilometers of territorial extension, the city of Tecoman, in Colima, has an incomparable richness of Flora and Fauna, in addition to its culture, its beach and a delicious gastronomy. You will find something to discover in every corner.

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Its geographical position makes it one of those places you have to visit at least once in your life. It is located 48 kilometers from the capital of the state, adjoining to the north with Armería, Colima, Ixtlahuacán and Coquimatlán municipalities and to the south with Michoacán and the Pacific Ocean.
Once in Tecoman, you can get to know its history through a guided tour in its Historical Center. The detailed architecture of its buildings will steal your heart. Here you can visit the Jardin Hidalgo with beautiful benches and beautiful gardens that will invite you to spend more than a few moments here.

The church and the Historical Monuments are full of important symbols that represent the city, such as the Temple of Santo Domingo Santiago where the Virgen de la Candelaria is worshipped. The sculpture of “El limonero”, also known as Tree of Life, represents the strength and courage of the city. It is 33 meters in height sculpture with an average weight of 110 tons.

Another emblematic figure is the “Perritos Colimotes”, which are two dancing dogs that represents the transition of power. This is a metaphor in which the older dog passes basic and necessary knowledge into its offsprings. This is an important expression that is part of the Pre-hispanic identity of Colima.
If you have a demanding palate you will be more than pleased with the Tecoman gastronomy that includes zarandeado fish, sailfish ceviche, grilled crab, chilayo among many more. Don’t lose the chance of trying the traditional beverages of the region like the tuba or the tejuino.

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