Oxkutzcab, Yucatan. Located in the southern part of the State of Yucatan, some 60 miles from Merida; is the quaint Mayan village of Oxkutzcab. Oxkutzcab is the perfect place to spend the night if you want to do the Convent Route one day and the Puuc Route the next as it is located in the hearth of both. By staying here, you will save time, money, energy and see a lot more. Oxkutzcab is also an interesting place to stay and use as a base to really get into and see the southern part of the Yucatan State. The way to optimize time is to do the Convent Route one entire day and sleep in Oxkutzcab an one of the hotels, then continue on the next day with the Puuc Route, ending up in Merida after seeing the Light & Sound Show in Uxmal. In this very Mayan village of Oxkutzcab, you will find services such as hotels and restaurants and interesting sights that include colonial churches, Mayan pyramids, Lol-Tun caves and the fascinating market that is the gathering center for all the citrus crops that the southern part of Yucatan is so famous for.