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Colima

Weather and Location
Fri, 17/11/2017
22

ºC min.

31

ºC max.

Sat, 18/11/2017
22

ºC min.

31

ºC max.

Sun, 19/11/2017
20

ºC min.

31

ºC max.

Mon, 20/11/2017
20

ºC min.

30

ºC max.

Tue, 21/11/2017
20

ºC min.

28

ºC max.

Wed, 22/11/2017
21

ºC min.

29

ºC max.

Thu, 23/11/2017
18

ºC min.

29

ºC max.

Fri, 24/11/2017
18

ºC min.

29

ºC max.

Known as the City of Palms, Colima, is a picturesque colonial town that lies between two volcanoes: the Fire volcano, the most active in Mexico, and the Frosted from Colima. Its magical town Comala, known as "the white town of the Americas" was immortalized by the Mexican writer Juan Rulfo's novel Pedro Páramo, the deep waters of the port of Manzanillo hide a marine life treasure ideal for fishing lovers.

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Gastronomía

Sopitos

Typical snacks made out of small dough tortillas with ground meet and tomato sauce accompanied by shredded cabbage, chopped onion, sliced radishes and cheese.

Toasted Pork

Pork marinated in coconut vinegar and cooked with chilli, garlic, ginger and cinnamon served with tortillas and salad.

Pepena

Stewed offal.

Cuachala

Hominy with shredded chicken

Moyos

If your trip coincides with the rainy season, you have the obligation to taste Moyos, regional crabs prepared Devil style. Jackals A river shrimp species.

Ceviche Colima

Its a must in the coastal region of Colima. The Colima ceviche is prepared with sailfish or grouper, lemon, tomato, onion and three atypical ingredients in other regions of the country: carrot, orange juice and red pepper.

Michi Broth

Its a soup made of freshwater fish, mostly catfish but sometimes tilapia, cooked in its own juice and vegetables such as chayote, potatoes and tomatoes.

Tejuino

Its a drink made of fermented corn, salt, brown sugar, cinnamon and lemon.

Tuba water

Its water extracted from coconut, previously fermented and carved and served with peanuts inside the glass.

" Fish topped with chopped vegetables, wrapped in banana leaves and roasted over coal