Mexico Travel Guide
Oaxacan Handicrafts

Oaxacan Handicrafts route: between culture and colors.

Rutopía editorial team
Rutopía editorial team
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Get ready to be amazed on this route of Oaxacan handicrafts. In approximately 5 hours, you will visit four villages dedicated to handicrafts. The first one you will visit is Coyotepec, famous for the elaboration of black clay. There you will be able to visit a workshop where you will discover how the extraordinary pieces are made. And you can enter the market, full of colors, aromas and flavors that develops around the temple of the eighteenth century, built by Dominican friars. You will continue with San Antonio and its traditional blouses and dresses. The next stop is in Jalietza, where you will visit the handicraft market of cotton fabrics made in backstrap loom, a work of art! Finally, there is Tilcajete, where you can witness the carving and painting processes of the popular alebrijes. Enjoy the route of Oaxaca handicrafts.

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