To visit the beautiful Pacific coast of Oaxaca and Villa Mykonos you have different options of transfer, by air or by land. Here we mention some of the alternatives for your trip.
The Villa telephones are: 958 58434 60 y 958 58 434 62.
By plane to Huatulco or Puerto Escondido
Huatulco Airport – 40 km -50 estimated minutes.
Leaving the Huatulco airport, take a right and follow the direction of Pochutla. When you arrive at the Pochutla crossing, you have to take the direction of Puerto Ángel (on the left). Arriving in Puerto Ángel you have to continue on the main road until you reach the ad for the Universidad del Mar, there you have to turn left and the first street on the right, you will see ads for Villas Mykonos, follow the signs until you reach Calle La Luna, turn left.
Puerto Escondido Airport – 80 km – 1h 30 minutes estimated.
From the Puerto Escondido airport you have to head towards Mazunte, the entrance on the main road is on the right when you see the Mazunte sign where there is an Oxxo and a gas station on the corner. You must always stay on the main road and go through Mazunte, San Agustinillo, Zipolite always staying on the main road. Just after Zipolite finishes you will reach the ad for Universidad del Mar, there you have to turn right and the first street on the right, you will see ads for Villas Mykonos, follow the signs until you reach Calle La Luna, turn left .
If you travel from the city of Oaxaca, you can find different bus companies that make the transfer from Oaxaca to Pochutla, it is approximately 8 hours on the way. There are also carriers that offer suburban travel.
Arriving in Pochutla, the best way to go to Villa Mykonos is by taking a taxi.
If you travel from Puerto Escondido the best way to get to Puerto Ángel is by bus that takes 1h 30m and costs $ 280 – $ 550. Of course there is also the option of taking a taxi that costs $ 750- $ 950 pesos.
Throughout the years we have received guests from different parts of the Mexican Republic who prefer to travel by car. We advise you to visit the website of the SCT: Point to Point Routes. This page offers very complete information on all roads, booth costs, approximate gasoline consumption, in order to make a safe trip.