Streets of Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico.

The Beach Towns of San Augustinillio and Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico

Streets of Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico.

Oaxaca, Mexico Trip Report Part 12:

Well, it had to come to an end eventually, and it would be hard to argue that we didn’t have a good run while trekking across Oaxaca, Mexico. So, what better way to forget that we had a flight to catch in the morning than to spend the day walking aimlessly through beach towns, eating the best seafood (probably in the world!) and drinking plenty of mezcal all day long.

After wandering through the now familiar Mazunte, we kept going a little further and over the hill until we stumbled upon the small fishing town of San Augustinillio.

Walking to San Augustinillio, Oaxaca, Mexico.
San Augustinillio, Oaxaca, Mexico.

We walked the beach as far as it would allow us, then found a path that took us back to the road.

Sun beaten and starting to get a little worn out, while hiking between towns we found this grocery store. Perhaps she was a bit delirious, because for some reason, Jessica felt the Corona’s were calling her name…

Corona Beer. Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico.

And then we made it to Zipolite. Which meant it was finally time to find something to eat! We walked along the beach and stopped at San Cristobal Restaurant to get some seafood, the one thing we had surprisingly not done yet during this trip. We were both really excited to try the seafood while in this part of Mexico, especially after seeing the fishing boats coming in every day with the fresh catches.

Zipolite Sign. Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Beach Drinks in Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Seafood on the beach in Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico.
San Cristobal Sign. Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico.

After re-energizing with delicious fishes, we were off to wander again. We saw plenty of naked people on the beach in Zipolite, which made sense, being that it is a nude beach. We didn’t get naked, but there wasn’t anything uncomfortable about visiting either. Before heading back to Mazunte to watch the sunset, we left the beach sand to go see some of the town in Zipolite as well.

Mural Street Art in Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Streets of Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico.

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