The lovely town of Bagac, Bataan, may not be as popular as the heritage cities of Taal, Silay, and Vigan, but in a vast stretch of the town’s coast lies a development that easily combines the best of the three and so much more. Las Casas De Filipinas De Acuzar
It’s like going back in time with Spanish colonial architecture lining the beachfront in this quaint town of Bagac, Bataan. Las Casas De Acuzar Heritage Resort is a cultural and leisure park where fully-restored heritage houses called bahay na bato create a focal point to a unique beach-going experience.
Update: Burot Beach is now closed. While the nearby towns of Lian and Nasugbu hog the spotlight in this part of Batangas, the beaches of Calatagan have always been overlooked. And it is a good thing, a very good thing. It is not crammed with resorts, and there’s enough breathing
A decade ago, Anawangin Cove was where you should go if you wanted to be alone on the beach. But that’s not the case anymore. Anawangin’s popularity skyrocketed over the years, and it’s not hard to see why. Its coast is strewn with volcanic ash, spewed by Mt. Pinatubo in
A pocket of white sand tucked in a corner of Pagbilao Grande Island, Puting Buhangin is one of the beaches that have been gaining popularity in the past few years. Despite being concealed behind Pagbilao Power Station, it continues to retain a very natural and pristine atmosphere. (Just don’t mind
Anilao is more well-known as a diving mecca than a beach paradise. But hidden in between its rocky promontories are short stretches of white sand that, although not as fine as those you will find in Boracay or Bohol, are soft enough for an affair with the sun. Sharp cliffs