Manzanillo Travel Guide
Fodor's See It Mexico, 3rd Edition
Plan Your Manzanillo Vacation
Manzanillo is the Pacific Coast's strangest resort city. The Bahías Gemelas (twin bays)—separated by a huge burl of craggy rocks and lush foliage—provide beaches of black-and-gold volcanic sand, so it ought to be a tourist's dream come true, times two. There's certainly no denying the fantastic quality of its fanciest resorts, nor the quirky cool that permeates some of its out-of-the-way places. But Manzanillo is mostly preoccupied with its other job—that of a working port—so shopping is uneventful, cultural sights are few, and tourism-related building seems to only happen in fits and starts.
You've got to pick your spots along the two sweeping bays of Manzanillo. Lots of people never leave the grand resorts on the Santiago Peninsula—and don't...read more
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