No, sorry. Earth is all we get.
We have a space station where six astronauts can live and work. That could be described as a colony and we could eventually have a temporary one on Mars. (But we don't yet have the technology to do that.)
Mars would be the best choice for any attempt at colonization or terraforming.
As far as ordinary people living their lives and raising families on Mars as they would in a village, it’s not possible (apologies to science fiction fans). There are many problems in building a sustainable colony on Mars:
~ The cost of moving anything off the Earth is about $1,000 per pound and at least ten times that to get it to Mars.
~ There is only one launch window from Earth to Mars every 26 months. The same is true for a return trip. The one-way trip itself takes about nine months.
~ Most equipment is high tech and cannot be manufactured on site. Emergency supplies are a minimum of nine months away.
~ There are no native animals or plants. There is no true soil, only crushed or powdered rock. For a colony to survive they must bring soil from Earth, complete with all the living things in it that make it usable by plants.
~ With the present Martian air pressure, water cannot remain in the liquid form needed for plants and animals except for the rare times when the temperature is between 0° C and 10° C. The Martian atmospheric pressure is only 0.006 times that of Earths. Of that tiny amount, only 0.0013 of it is oxygen.
~ All living things must be in pressurized areas and oxygen must be either produced on site or brought from Earth.
~ There is no rain and very little water. Ice may be found but it would be in such short supply that it would need total recycling.
~ The surface gravity is one third of that of Earth. Bones would lose calcium at a rapid rate and muscles atrophy. Perhaps living in a centrifuge could help but impractical for the farm animals.
~ From the sky comes a constant hail of meteors from the size of sand to golf balls. They hit at from 5 to 20 times the speed of bullets.
~ Cosmic rays and other radiation will kill anything not protected by very thick shielding.
~ Sunlight is far too faint for plant growth. Light must be provided artificially.