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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Bahias De Huatulco

La Crucecita Bahias de Huatulco Oaxaca Mexico

La Crucecita, Santa Cruz, and Tangolunda are closely located and comprise the resort area known as Huatulco. La Crucecita serves as a support community for the area and has a more genuine Mexican atmosphere.

The zócalo or plaza is the focal point of the community enjoyed by residents and tourists alike. A number of hotels and restaurants are located on or near the zócalo.

La Crucecita is the heart of the small city of Huatulco. La Crucecita means "The small Cross" and it is located on a plateau only a kilometer from the Santa Cruz bay. Before the tourist complex, which began in 1983, the place where La Crucecita is now established was mainly an agriculture place with few inhabitants, most of them used to live in Santa Cruz bay.

What to do in La Crucecita
La Crucecita is the meeting point in the warm evenings of Huatulco. The main square of La Crucecita is the starting point for several activities in this small, quiet, and safe city.

Travelers, visitors or tourists, whatever you want to call them, like to walk around the main square, also called park, in the evenings when the weather is a little cooler. They can be seen taking pictures, having soft drinks and ice cream, and shopping souvenirs and handcrafts at the park.

Restaurants of Huatulco
The variety of restaurants in La Crucecita goes from the traditional Mexican tacos, Italian food, American grilled steaks, Oaxaca's food including tlayudas, tasajo, quesillo, chapulines, and mole. There are also Arabian food, and French cuisine. There are several restaurants around the main square which offer national and international dishes and beverages.

The Church of Huatulco: La Virgen de Guadalupe
The church of La Crucecita is a most for catholics and specially for those who adore the Virgen Of Guadalupe, the patron virgin of Mexico. The largest painting, all over the world, dedicated to this virgin decorates the whole ceiling of this small church. It was painted by the Mexican artist Jose del Signo.

Shopping in La Crucecita, Huatulco
For those who like to go shopping, there are many silversmiths around the downtown. If you do not have the time and chance to go to the Central Valleys, there are also textiles and varied handcrafts in Huatulco; rugs, clothing, alebrijes, black pottery, and handcrafts from other states such as Guerrero, Chiapas, and Jalisco.

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