Historical and natural, these are the types of destinations you will see in Capiz. Capiz is the province that has combined well the beauty of historical and old things with the sight of vibrant and natural things. The province is known for its historical sites, but it also has some natural site that shows a different side. With the many tourist spots in Capiz, we have narrowed down the list of the best ones.
Must-Visit Tourist Spots in Capiz, Philippinbes
Sta.Monica Church (Pan-ay Church)
One of the most beautiful historical landmarks you will see, Sta. Monica Church was built in the year 1774, although it was extremely damaged back in 1875 because of a typhoon. However, given it historical significance, it was restored back to its glory. Its age can clearly be seen but that is what gives it character.
Built from a water tank,
Palina Greenbelt Eco-Park
This eco-park is the perfect example of what can happen when people work together to save something. Palina Greenbelt Ecopark lets guests appreciate the importance of mangroves and learn about the fishing ways of the province, given that Capiz is the seafood capital of the country. The food they serve here is really something, one you’ll never forget.
Sacred Heart of Jesus Shrine
Known to be the tallest statue of Jesus Christ in the country, built in the year 2015 the Sacred Heart of Jesus Shrine has been one of the most adored and visited tourist spots in Capiz. Standing at a height of 102 feet, the statue truly stands out and can be seen from afar. But it isn’t only the statue that looks grand, even its surroundings.
Get yourself some of that needed relaxation time as you stay inside one of the balsas and swim around the lake. It is very peaceful here, there are some resorts around the lake, but the serenity of the whole lake is still in tack. The developments around it did not stamper on the peacefulness of the area.
Enjoy the cream colored and fine sand of Patio Beach. The beach is one of the cleanest
Cabugao Verdant Farm in Ivisan
An up close and personal look into the farm life of Capiz, Cabugao Verdant Farm has established itself to support the agritourism industry by having a bed and breakfast at a farm. Guests will be able to enjoy delicious food straight from the farm.
How to get to Capiz
The most convenient way to go to Capiz is by flying from Manila to Roxas City, the capital city of the province. Alternatively, you can fly to Iloilo and Kalibo then take a van or bus to Capiz. There’s also a RORO from Batangas to Culasi.
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