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About Manzanillo

The name of Manzanillo makes reference to the abundance of manzanillo trees grow...

Where to Stay in Manzanillo

BARCELÓ PREMIUM KARMINA PALACE 5 stars Grand Tourism All-inclusive first-cla...

Where to Eat in Manzanillo

MOUSTACHES Famous fish and seafood restaurant. Puesta del Sol #3 Phone (314)...

Where to Go / What to Do in Manzanillo

Manzanillo and the area known as Colima’s southern coast welcomes visitors to i...

Nightlife in Manzanillo

BABY ROCK The most popular discotheque among tourists who like to dance and enj...

Schools in Manzanillo

FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS MARINAS Barra de Navidad km 20 Col. Santiago Phone (314) ...

Hospitals in Manzanillo

HOSPITAL GENERAL DE MANZANILLO Public medical institutions with emergency serv...

Photo Gallery Manzanillo

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