Dubbed as one of the laid-back baywalks in the Philippines, the Surigao Baywalk is where locals and tourists spend an early morning or late afternoon stroll. Many like to jog here because of the fresh cold air and the feel of the sea breeze.
One can take a tricycle going to the port area or Gate 2 of PMO-Surigao to start the long stroll at the pier area. You can instantly see the watchtower with red light to signal incoming and outgoing ships.
Surigao’s baywalk is the parking area of bancas (boat with outriggers) and fastcrafts going to the well-known island of Siargao as well as going to the Dinagat Group of Islands.
The Museo nan Surigao is also located along the Surigao Baywalk, which is also known as the Parola Boulevard. Old Jars, Stones, Wood Carvings, Artworks and many others are inside this Museum, which is serves as a home of Parola Travel & Tours.
Several Restaurants are along Parola Boulevard including Calda Pizza, Subangan and Mister Donut. Concrete benches are available for the public to use anytime. Tricycles are here most of the time, waiting for customers to go back to the Surigao downtown area or their respective houses or hotels.