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The whole stretch of Balite and Mamangal continues to beguile visitors with its unspoiled beauty-an asset which the locals within the area are guarding zealously. The sprawling beach is covered with cool and shady trees and blessed with fine white sand, both in the shorelines and in the swimming area. Provides an alternative area for recreation, fun, relaxation and picnics.
Feel the cool, damp air inside this mute witness to and tomb of the massacred natives who fled from the Moro pirates during the 17th century. A mini-grotto and altar where a “Requiem Mass” is said on April 28 of every year, was built on the site in memory of this massacre.
The beach is bordered by coconut trees and the back of the resort leans against the hill, giving it an air somewhat of the Chocolate Hills of Bohol. Its shoreline is covered with fine white sand and its pristine azure waters never falls to lure to visitor to take dip.
The face of Our Lady of Sorrows colorfully imprinted in a piece of stone that has progressively increased in size. The replica is enshrined in the chapel. Catholic bishop has confirmed the existence of a 'miraculous,' "growing" stone in Catanduanes which bears the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Bishop De Los Santos said the stone has been in Barangay Paloway in San Andres town, Catanduanes for over a century.
Boasting of powdery-white, wave-combed sands and pristine waters, with well-manicured landscape, adult and kiddy pool, function hall and well-tended rooms. Located in Brgy. Palawig, San Andres.
Named after Barangays "Marinawa" and "Binanwahan" in the municipality of Bato, Maribina Falls is the most popular and widely publicized among the numerous waterfalls in Catanduanes. Secluded and relatively unexplored, the waterfalls beckon trekkers for a refreshing dip; frolic in the cool waters and over the boulders. There are ideal picnickers who would want to stay overnight. Gushing with breath-taking rapids of crystal-clear waters, the cascading falls are located amid rustic surroundings and lush-green vegetation.
Constructed in 1830, this massice structure of mortar and coral stones, has withstood the test of time, wars and ravages of natural calamities. The historical and magnificently situated edifice is the only remaining complete structure of its genre in the entire island. Bato's St John the Baptist Church took 53 years to build. It was started in 1830 and finished in 1883 under six different parish administrators. Photo Credits: Frank Lopez Gallery
Ranked #3 in the "TOP 5 Philippine Surfing Dream Destinations" by LOKALSOUL - Philippine Surfing Blog "Majestics" in Baras was named so after a visiting surfer saw Puraran bay from afar with an epic swell and all he can say was, "majestic". Now, if a surf spot is called "majestic" then you know you have to go surf it OR... sit back and let the pros do it for you.
Photo Credits: Catanduanes Sunday Tours
Photo Credits: Jessie James Tanael