Baybay Beach is located in Roxas City, Capiz. It is three kilometers from city proper with clean black sand, beach houses and more.
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Capiz is a small province located in Western Visayas, Philippines. Usually, this place is not among the first destination in your mind whenever you visit the country. But what you dont know is that despite being small, there are still loads and exciting things that you can do here.
UP until the late-1990s, commuters to the Bicol region consider Camarines Norte a pit stop for a toilet break to the passengers and a free meal to the bus crew in a run-of-the-mill roadside eatery.
I myself spent my younger years repeatedly passing what seemed to be an eternity of road twists and turns, which have earned the province the unofficial title of ?Zigzag Capital?.
With the opening of the Quirino Highway in 1998, nearly all Bicol-bound buses skipped it, trimming travel time to two hours by skipping the 89-kilometers zigzag road and doing the meal stop elsewhere.
I took a break from soloing and dragged my folks with me on a 9-day journey in and around Panay. To kick-off our Panay Island escapade, we sought for Roxas City, the capital of Capiz, as our first stop. We've spent 3D/2N in Exploring Places in Roxas City on DIY. Roxas City is an emerging economic city, 460 kilometers southeast of Manila. Also known as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines, it supplies the nation with most of the freshest seafood.
Skim Boarding at Baybay Beach in Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines.
Capiz is home to the eponymous Capiz shells (Placuna placenta) locally known as pi-os. That is why it is not surprising to see an abundance of locally-crafted Capiz shell products for sale here. This largely uncharted province in Western Visayas is oozing with immaculate beaches, majestic caves and mouth-watering seafood!
Interestingly, Capiz was the second Spanish settlement established by the Spaniards after San Miguel, Cebu. Upon arrival at Pan-ay, Captain Diego de Artienda who was sent by Miguel Lopez de Legazpi declared the town the capital of the province which was later transferred ...
The "Seafood Capital of the Philippines" also boasts of beautiful powdery gray sand beaches for your summer escapade!
This province by the sea is not just about seafood. Here's why.
Atub Island in Bang-ogay, Natividad is a sanctuary for marine life.
Walk along the 3-kilometer shoreline of Casanayan Beach.
Also, when in the barrio of Casanayan, don't miss checking out its famed mummy. It's a woman's dead body that was found intact and well-preserved after it was exhumed 10 years after her death. Maria Basañes died due to a heart attack at the age of 47 in 1829. Her embalmi ...