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Manzanillo: hotels and resorts for beach lovers

Manzanillo, a charming port town in Mexico, offers a great variety of hotels and resorts that suit any budget and style. Let yourself be seduced by the charm and beauty of Mexico’s Pacific coast.

Family activities

A stroll through Manzanillo’s large port is a fun activity for the whole family. The moored boats capture kids’ imaginations. Take a tour of the city centre to buy them some souvenirs in the markets and teach them a few words in Spanish so that they can deal with the vendors themselves. They’re sure to remember their funny attempts for years to come! After these urban adventures, head back to the hotel where the little ones can have a swim in the calm, warm waters of the inviting bays. If you’re interested in learning to surf, the Pacific awaits you. Take a lesson with your teenagers and catch a wave.

Wildlife lovers must visit the turtles at the Cuyutlan Sanctuary. Children learn to be sensitive to the environment, and take home an enduring memory of having released these endangered animals.

Travel with friends

Seeing as prices in this area are so competitive, your friends are likely to want to join you! Live the excitement of deep-sea fishing with them and bring back some impressive catches. Share a dinner of fish as fresh as it comes, thanks to your efforts, with local beer as an accompaniment. Your tableside laughter and jokes are sure to be some of your best holiday memories!

Couples’ travel

Certain couples prefer calmer beaches like the Playa La Audiencia, a magnificent bay situated on Santiago’s west coast known for its tranquility.

Transat Holidays has something for every preference and budget. Visit the Tours and Excursionssection to see what’s available in Manzanillo.

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Manzanillo weather: monthly average temperature and rainfall

Manzanillo Climate

General information for Mexico

To ensure a successful trip to Manzanillo, read this useful information about travelling to Mexico.