We visited La Crucecita twice during our trip to Huatulco. On our first visit we went to the Catholic Church with the beautiful murals which is a "must see". We were approached by a nice man named Carlos who convinced us to stop for a margarita at the restaurant he manages below La Crema. Carlos was a nice enough guy... 更多
The people of Crucecita are the friendliest people we have encountered in Mexico. When we were walking in the evening, they gave us a very good sense of feeling safe.
Very nice community that draws one closer to 'old Mexico' ways. Pesos are best currency in town. Nice bars, eateries (La Crema serves great wood fire cooked pizza). There are historical buildings in town, as well as a huge market under one roof!
Had a great time be sure to take in some of the local restaurants Best time is late afternoon to evening Has a large market Great pizza place Get there early
If you want to shop your feet off, go ahead. But I knew what I wanted and found it within no time. Always friendly!!! Truly, I felt as if they just wanted you to look and they would. If something caught my eye, they were gracious to explain what they knew and never had any hesitations on your questions about... 更多
We walked to town every evening to go out for dinner. We never felt unsafe. Lots of great restaurants. During our December trip we enjoyed entertainment in the square almost every night.
The main square is so quaint and feels authentic. There are lots of little shops and restaurants to visit. The church in the centre of town is beautiful and is a must-see. Be sure to go early in the day as it gets unbearably hot in the afternoons.
Spent a Sunday afternoon walking around the town, checking out the sites, and the stores. People were friendly, felt safe, enjoyed lunch in a small restaurant having a margarita. Recommend you check out the town if you have not been there before
this was my favorite place to walk around, or sit and watch people. always something happening, and surrounded by good bars, restaurants, and shopping! good place to start the evening!
If you are looking for some souvenirs to take home or need more sunscreen, this is the closest town to Secrets Resort. It cost $70 MXD to get there and there are so many places to shop. Whether you are looking for jewerly, classic Mexican blankets or just fancy a change of scenery, this is a great place to visit.... 更多