At the beginning of the harbor, Carretera 200 jogs around downtown and intersects with Carretera 110. Avenida Morelos leads past the shipyards and into town. The zócalo, known as Jardín de Alvaro Obregón, is right on the main road by the waterfront. It's sunstruck and shadeless during the day but can be quite lively in the cool of the evening. A collection of restaurants and bars whip up quick meals and stiff drinks. Streets leading away from the plaza have ice cream and shops selling souvenirs.
Bounded by Benito Juárez, Centenario, Morelos, and Pacific Ocean, Manzanillo, Colima, 28200, Mexico