ZONE 06 CRUZ DE HUANACAXTLE
One of the most beautiful coastal sites in the Mexican Pacific is Cruz de Huanacaxtle, a picture village with quiet surroundings great for fishing. It is located to the north of Puerto Vallarta and the visitors who arrive from this Jalisco city usually takes walks to Cruz de Huanacaxtle, especially in the holiday periods.
The town of Cruz de Huanacaxtle is named after a kind of tree that grows in that region of the country and that in other nations is known as Elephant’s Ear. It is an arboreal species that has a curious shape of cross and can be observed right in the main access to the community.
This Community of fishermen has been for several generations, Cruz de Huanacaxtle has been modernized by the construction of Marina Nayarit, development in the type of mayor of size and relevance in that tourist corridor. Thanks to this, it has been presented in the place of an interesting combination between the traditional dynamics of a typically Mexican town and the sophistication of a complex like the Marina Nayarit.
Visitors admire on their visit to La Cruz as the locals refer to their community pictures and postcards, such as the arrival of fishermen at the pier, with their boats full of freshly caught fish or beautiful sunsets while enjoying a margarita in one of the bars of the Marina. But perhaps the main attraction for visitors who decide to spend their vacations along the courses of Cruz de Huanacaxtle are the magnificent beaches that stretch, from the beach to the west of the Pacific Ocean.