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La Crucecita
La Crucecita

La Crucecita

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La Crucecita, Oaxaca

The Basics

La Crucecita’s La Probadita market is an ideal spot to shop for artisan crafts and taste Oaxacan specialties, such as chocolate, mezcal, andchapulines (fried grasshoppers). Visitors can also step inside the white stucco Church of the Virgin of Guadalupe to see a 65-foot (20-meter) mural of the religious icon painted on its dome. In the evenings, crowds gather in thezocalo (main square) to listen to live music and peruse the stands of numerous street vendors.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • La Crucecita is ideal for those who want to have a meal or do some shopping.

  • Choose a Huatulco sightseeing tour with round-trip transport included.

  • English is widely spoken in almost all of the Huatulco tourist areas.

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How to Get There

There are several ways to reach La Crucecita, located about half a mile (one kilometer) inland from Santa Cruz Bay. Most visitors arrive in Huatulco by air or cruise ship. Driving from Oaxaca City takes about 5 or 6 hours. Taxis are plentiful throughout the resort area.

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When to Get There

As with all of Huatulco, La Crucecita is lovely year-round. This destination receives fewer tourists than other popular Mexican resort areas and overcrowding is rarely a problem, even during high season (December to April). Wet weather is likely from June to October.

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Huatulco Bays

Huatulco is a Mexican resort destination made up of nine bays with 36 beaches. It spans 22 miles (35 kilometers) of coastline in the state of Oaxaca. Its pristine landscapes and rich biodiversity make it popular with nature and wildlife lovers. Huatulco offers a variety of beach experiences, and a boat tour is one of the best ways to explore the bays.

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