Tecomán is a city in western Mexico, located in the State of Colima, the head of the municipality of the same name. Immersed in the Metropolitan Area of the Tecomán Valley, it is part of the fifty-fourth most populous metropolitan area in Mexico. It is located 48 kilometers from the state capital, 246 kilometers from the City of Guadalajara, Jalisco and 792 kilometers from Mexico City. It is known worldwide for the high quality of its crops especially the lemon being known to the Tecomán Valley as the world capital of the lemon. Agribusiness is an important economic trigger for the western region of the country.