Travel maps of Oaxaca including the Isthmus and Oaxaca Valley.

Oaxaca travel maps by region.

Oaxaca travel maps by region.

Maps of Oaxaca

These free, printable travel maps of Oaxaca are divided into six regions:

Explore Oaxaca with these helpful travel maps from the seventh edition of Moon Oaxaca.



Travel Maps of Oaxaca

Travel map of Oaxaca, Mexico

Oaxaca

Travel map showing Vegetation Zones in Oaxaca

Vegetation Zones in Oaxaca

Travel map of Mesoamerica and Oaxaca

Mesoamerica and Oaxaca

Travel map of Driving Distances to Oaxaca

Driving to Oaxaca

Travel map of Driving Distances Within Oaxaca

Driving Distances Within Oaxaca

Travel map showing Indigenous Peoples of Oaxaca

Indigenous Peoples of Oaxaca

Travel map of Oaxaca Regions and Governmental Districts

Oaxaca Regions and Governmental Districts



Oaxaca City

At the crossroads of the mountain-rimmed Valley of Oaxaca, the capital city offers virtually everything within its strollable downtown. Start from its charming central plaza to explore baroque churches, eclectic handicrafts markets, distinguished galleries and museums, a new wave of contemporary art galleries and shops, and inviting restaurants serving both authentic Oaxacan and international cuisine.

Travel map of Oaxaca City

Oaxaca City

Travel map of Downtown Oaxaca City

Downtown Oaxaca City

Travel map of Around Andador Macedonio Alcal

Around Andador Macedonio Alcal



The Valley of Oaxaca

The banquet of old-Mexico experiences continues in the valley outside the city. Visit native markets with colorful arts and crafts at villages such as Teotitlán del Valle and Tlacolula on the east side; San Bartolo Coyotepec on the south side; and Zaachila, Arrazola, and Atzompa in the southwest. Or seek out lost cultures at Mitla and Monte Albán. Don’t miss the strangely compelling landscapes of Hierve el Agua.

Travel map of The Valley of Oaxaca

The Valley of Oaxaca

Travel map of Mitla, Oaxaca

Mitla

Travel map of Monte Albán, Oaxaca

Monte Albán



Pacific Resorts and Southern Sierra

This long, lazy land of eternal summer is embellished by its resort trio: Puerto Ángel and Huatulco, on the east side, and Puerto Escondido on the west. Enjoy beachcombing, sportfishing, swimming, snorkeling, surfing, kiteboarding, stand-up paddleboarding, and scuba diving. On the Puerto Ángel-Huatulco side, add plenty of golf and tennis, river rafting, and jungle coffee farms. On the Puerto Escondido side, add abundant wildlife-viewing at Laguna Manialtepec and Parque Nacional Lagunas de Chacahua.

Travel map of Oaxaca's Pacific Resorts and Southern Sierra

Pacific Resorts and Southern Sierra

Travel map of Puerto Ángel, Oaxaca and Vicinity

Puerto Ángel and Vicinity

Travel map of Puerto Ángel, Oaxaca

Puerto Ángel

Travel map of Oaxaca's Bahías de Huatulco and Vicinity

Bahías de Huatulco and Vicinity

Travel map of Oaxaca's Bahías de Huatulco

Bahías de Huatulco

Travel map of Crucecita, Oaxaca.

Crucecita

Travel map of Santa Cruz de Huatulco, Oaxaca

Santa Cruz de Huatulco

Travel map of Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca

Puerto Escondido

Travel map of Laguna Manialtepec, Oaxaca

Laguna Manialtepec

Travel map of Oaxaca's Parque Nacional Lagunas de Chacahua

Parque Nacional Lagunas de Chacahua



The Mixteca

This homeland of the Mixtecs, Oaxaca’s “People of the Clouds,” is a virtually untouristed domain, ripe for adventuring. Visit a monumental 16th-century Dominican ex-convent at Yanhuitlán, and the elegant open chapel at Teposcolula. Farther south, the cool, pine-tufted plateau of the High Mixteca offers groves of ancient sabino trees, plunging waterfalls, and Tlaxiaco, the “Paris of Oaxaca” with its splendid Saturday market. Even more is tucked in the Mixteca’s hidden corners, especially the idyllic Valley of Apoala.

Travel map of The Mixteca, Oaxaca

The Mixteca

Travel map of Nochixtlán, Oaxaca

Nochixtlán

Travel map of Tamazulapan, Oaxaca

Tamazulapan

Travel map of Huajuapan de León, Oaxaca

Huajuapan de León

Travel map of Juxtlahuaca, Oaxaca

Juxtlahuaca

Travel map of Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca

Tlaxiaco



Northern Oaxaca

An exploration of northern Oaxaca begins in the villages of the Sierra Juárez, scarcely an hour north from Oaxaca City. Farther north, past the towns of Tuxtepec and Ixcatlán, the highway climbs past the gigantic whale-back massif of the Cerro Rabón, the holy mountain of the Mazatec people, to the summit, at Huautla de Jiménez, their spiritual home. Stroll the native markets and shop for prized huipiles (traditional embroidered dresses). Or continue another half an hour to enjoy the twin waterfalls of Las Regaderas, or explore the limestone cave near Eloxochitlán.

Travel map of Northern Oaxaca

Northern Oaxaca

Travel map of Huautla de Jiménez, Oaxaca

Huautla de Jiménez



The Isthmus

Nothing embodies the independent Isthmus spirit more than its near-continuous menu of fiestas, especially in Tehuántepec and Juchitán, where istmeño hearts beat fastest. Women dress in their spectacular floral huipiles and sway to the lovely, lilting melody of “La Sandunga,” the song of the Isthmus. For surfers, kiteboarders, and other lovers of the wind and waves, the coast west of Salina Cruz offers a dozen world-class surf spots.

Travel map of The Isthmus of Oaxaca

The Isthmus

Travel map of Tehuántepec, Oaxaca

Tehuántepec

Travel map of Juchitán, Oaxaca

Juchitán

Travel map of Salina Cruz, Oaxaca

Salina Cruz



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