Located in the Municipality of Looc, Aliwanyag Beach, Roda Beach, Buenavista Beach, Malapantao Beach and Agojo Beach are located in the well-protected Looc Bay in the southern tip of Tablas island. Tourists avoiding over populated destinations enjoy the unspoiled beauty of Looc Bay. The beaches are exceptional and the reefs pristine, making Looc an excellent destination for swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. Watching the sunset at the bay is also an unforgettable experience on it's own.
Gishelle's Beach Haus, Camandag
Cellphone: +(63)(0906) 2696936
Friday, May 30, 2008
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
A vast yet quiet grey sand beach with plenty of coconut trees and is very clean. The beach is inviting everyone for extensive walks or just to view it's magnificent sunrise and sunset sceneries. Poctoy beach is located some 1 1/2 km from the center of Barangay Odiongan, in Tablas, which is the largest island in the Romblon archipelago.
Poctoy Beach Resort offers affordably priced accomodations, a restaurant, and is located near the beach.
Telephone: +(63)(042) 5675386
Monday, May 12, 2008
Carabao Island, part of San Jose town, is found at the southern most tip of Romblon. It is a 15-minute boat ride from the smaller island of Boracay, and has the same white-sand beaches and clear waters but with the added attraction of it's unique mystical caves. The island offers a more relaxed and laid-back atmosphere which is a direct opposite of it's sister island of Boracay, a popular tourist haven.
The best aspect of Carabao Island is it's dive spots: Lanas slope, West Wall, Devils Boulder, Gentle Wall, Tunnel Dive, Cathedral Cave, Channel Dive, Cemetery Wall, Village Reef and Lobster Wall.
Ivy's Vine Economy Resort is a small resort that offers it's guest a personalized and relaxing experience. There is a restaurant, bar, and dive shop. They initially offer 7 rooms and a dormitory with plans for expansion. Their rates are very affordable and all their facilities are new. They also provide boat transfer service to and from Caticlan, Boracay or Tablas.
Cellphone: +(63)(0920) 7904971
Nipa Hauz Beach Resort, Lanas Beach
Cellphone: +(63)(0920) 3643852
Vista Violeta, Hambil Beach
Cellphone: +(63)(0918) 3303718
Saturday, May 03, 2008
In the capital of Romblon, a few minutes south of Ginablan in the barangay of San Pedro, one of the highly recommended beach is Talipasak Beach. The reason it rates so high is because of it's high quality yet affordable price.
Snorkeling in Talipasak is simply fantastic, with it's crystal clear waters and an incredible diversity of marine life and beautiful corals just a few meters from the shore. The approximately half-mile stretch of fine sand and coral beach has plenty of broken pieces of earthenware and blue and white ceramics from the Ming dynasty. A sure sign of pre-colonial Chinese trade shipwreck site in the waters nearby.
San Pedro Beach Resort offer spotlessly clean cottages nicely built among tall trees. The room and bathroom have marble floors and there is hot water available. All the cottages are built in a row in front of the gorgeous beach. They have a beautiful garden and their restaurant's menu has a great variety of local and western dishes.
This website is in no way connected to any of the resorts that it helps to promote. This website is created to help the general public plan a trip to the many beaches in the Philippines. If you have concerns with any of the establishments listed here, contact them yourself.