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The major city of Puebla is 120 miles to the northwest of Asuncion Nochixtlan.
Nothing beats the shining sun and that salty sea air. Head down to Zipolite, 45 miles to the southeast. If you have the time, continue to Maguey Bay, 45 miles to the southeast.
Satisfy your curiosity about the religious aspects of the region with a visit to Bautista Getsemani de Nochixtlan Church.
Yanhuitlan is roughly 9 miles to the northwest. Make the trip there to check out Santo Domingo Yanhuitlan Courtyard and Santo Domingo Convent.
San Lorenzo Cacaotepec, a regional hub, is another top place to visit. It lies about 35 miles from Asuncion Nochixtlan and offers a wide range of worthwhile visitor attractions, including Ex-Convento de Santa Catalina, Alvaro Carrillo Theater and Parque Juarez El Llano. Tlapanochestli and Santa Catarina Juquila are additional popular places if you've got time to kill.
One of the best ways to enjoy this region's outdoor areas is to go mountain climbing or hiking.
This region offers visitors several laid-back outdoor activities. Picnicking and sunbathing have been know to melt away the stress.
To gain an insight into the surrounding area, sign up for the region's guided nature walks and city walking tours.
When the weather is right, make like a local and make your way to the water for an exciting morning of swimming or snorkeling.
Take in some local culture by visiting some of the region's throught-provoking art museums, history museums and craft workshops.
Take a relaxing walk and feel the sun on your face at the region's open-air exhibits and open-air markets.
The region's ruins, traditional villages and old towns are well worth the journey. They are sure to be of interest to every visitor, not just history fans.
Oaxaca is graced with a rich spiritual past. You'll see this in its holy churches, cathedrals, temples and monasteries.
Trying new foods is about more than just satisfying appetites. It's a glimpse into a region's personality.
For a true taste of the region, try tlayudas (giant tortilla with beans, cheese, avocado and tomato) and empapelado (steamed fish).
When the main course is done and dusted, indulge in some delicious oaxaca chocolate.
Getting your head around the local language is the simplest way to break down cultural barriers, so be sure to learn to say a handful of common Spanish expressions and greetings before you depart. ¡Hola! translates to hello. You should also try pronouncing ¡Cuánto tiempo! (long time no see).
See how the locals have a good time at Independence Day, a national celebration which takes place on the 16th of September.
As your time here comes to an end, spend any remaining Mexican pesos on some last-minute souvenirs and say an emotional "Hasta la vista" to this unique destination and all of the new friends you've made.
Don't worry about catching your flight. Just be sure to remember that the nearest airport is 45 miles to the southeast.
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Situated in Yanhuitlan, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Santo Domingo Convent and Santo Domingo Yanhuitlan Courtyard. Bautista Getsemani de Nochixtlan Church is 9.2 mi (14.8 km) away.