The city of Oxkutzcab is located in the south of the state of Yucatan 1 hour from the city of Mérida and can be reached by passing through the towns of Muna and Ticul or by the Mayan Route road that leads to the Route of the Convents.
Oxkutzcab is recognized in the state for the production of sweet orange, also known among the Yucatecans as "La China".
The geographical position of oxkutzcab is privileged since it is located 7 km from the Loltún Caves and only 20 minutes from Uxmal, Kabah, Sayil, Xlapak. And the neighboring towns of Oxktuzcab are Ticul and Tekax which are only 15 minutes away.
As a tourist attraction, we recommend visiting the Hermitage, the Old Train Station, the Hacienda Tabi, the Grutas De Lol tún and the Convent of San Fracisco.
Tourist Attractions of Oxkutzcab
As in very few towns, Oxkutzcab still preserves its Old Railway Station, with a Puuc-style architecture it was built on February 22, 1981, facilitating the transfer ...
The hermitage of the Virgen del Pilar was built in the year 1697 and is strategically located to the south of the population at the top of what is called the low mountain range in the town of Oxkutzcab.
Located next to the main square of Oxkutzcab and in front of the market is a beautiful church dedicated to San Francisco de Asís, it was founded on May 5, 1581 according to history tells us it was Fray Cristóbal de Rivera
Loltún, which in Mayan means “Stone Flower,” (this name depends on the fact that there are flower motifs throughout the cave) is the name of unique caves located in the south of the State ...