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Sugar Beach in Bantayan Island

One of the more popular beaches in the municipality of Santa Fe in Bantayan Island, Cebu is Sugar Beach because of its wide area of white-sand beach as well as its affordable room accommodations and services. They are the “go to” resort during the super peak season in the island of Bantayan – Holy Week. The island is allowed by the catholic church to eat pork meat during this season because according to history, it was during this time of the year where […]

Ogtong Cave Resort

Bantayan also known as the island paradise in the Philippines boasts their fine white sand and crystal clear blue waters which are comparable to Boracay Island. One of the Class A resorts found in this island is Ogtong Cave Resort which is also a sister resort of Sta. Fe Beach Club. Ogtong Cave Resort is situated in Pooc, Sta. Fe, Bantayan Island, Cebu. It is located on large natural rocks with landscaped garden. It has a grassy lawns and concrete walkways leading to […]

Sillon Cave, Bantayan

A less attractive tourist spot found in the island of Bantayan is the Sillon Cave. It is situated in Barangay Sillon, town of Sta. Fe. 30-40 minutes from the port of Sta. Fe and the southeastern beaches. The Sillon Cave holds many wonders which until now townsfolk haven’t figured out yet. Sillon Cave is in a secluded area found 2 kilometers away from the main road and there are no signs going to it. Asking for directions from locals is the usual thing […]

Maia’s Beach Resort, Bantayan

One of the less advertised resorts in Bantayan Island is Maia’s Beach Resort. It is luxurious in style and quality but the marketing efforts of the owner is very less. It is one of the less visited resorts in the island because it is in a secluded area, far from the southeastern beaches of Sta. Fe, about 3 kilometers from the main road and some parts of the road is undeveloped and has an unpleasant smell due to a poultry nearby. But once […]

Bantayan Church: Saints Peter and Paul

For one to see a glimpse of the Filipino’s history, visit Bantayan and see the 15th century Bantayan Church which is considered to be as the first and oldest parish established in Cebu, Philippines. Founded in June 11, 1580, the Bantayan Church was offered to the Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion by the Augustinian Priests. After it was accomplished, Saint Peter became the patron saint. The parish territory extended to Maripipi, Panamao and Limangcawayan of Leyte. In 1600, the church was burned and […]

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