Bagacay Point Lighthouse is a lighthouse in Liloan, Cebu in the Philippines. The lighthouse tower stands at a height of 172 feet in an uphill area overlooking the Mactan Channel. It sits on an elevated 5,000-sq m government property. With a focal plane of 146 feet, the third-order flashing light was first lit on April 1, 1905.
For over 100 years, this lighthouse has provided guidin ...
g light to mariners, navigators and fishermen from coastal towns in northern Cebu. It has been a favorite subject of many painters and photographers for its notable architectural design.
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Bagacay Point Lighthouse was truly one of the most beautiful revelations to Team Bang's Sunday adventure in Liloan, Cebu. With its fresh sea breeze and rustic feel, Bagacay Point Lighthouse gave us a refreshing culmination, following a sweltering hike in Lataban Hills. Praised for its romantic scenery, Liloan's Parola was the best spot to unleash our inner shutterbugs as well. And yes, although we love energy-draining hikes and fun-filled adventures, we in general are also frustrated photographers.
As I was strolling around the venue, I later on realized that there's more to Bagacay Point L ...
Do you love sunrises as much as I do? Here's a really nice spot to wait for the sun to come up!
Built in 1904, the active lighthouse has been providing guiding light to seafarers and fishermen for many years. Bagacay Point Lighthouse, also referred to as the Parola, is one of the many attractions visited by tourists in Cebu and is a well-known location for photoshoots as well.
The best time for a photoshoot? During sunrise, of course!
There is a small viewing deck by the sea where you can watch the sunrise. We got there by just following the trail. It was extremely muddy as it was rai ...
The Philippines has a total land area of 300,000 square kilometers and is composed of more than 7,100 islands. The country has the 5th longest coastline in the world with a length of 36,289 kilometers, outlining numerous islets, gulfs and bays. As an archipelago, the progress and future of the country has and will always depend on maritime travel, where huge domestic and international ships sail its waters. This means that lighthouses are abundant here for the safety of these ships, and these structures include those that are visited by tourists for their history and notable features. So, whic ...
When visiting Cebu, this quaint town is a must-see for many reasons. Find out why it should land in your bucketlist.
About 14 kilometers from Cebu City is the town of Liloan, a town everybody should start putting in their itineraries whenever visiting the island of Cebu. This quaint town got its name from whirlpools (lilo in Cebuano) that form in some areas of Silot Bay. This fast-growing municipality is also referred to as "The Light of the North," a title that attributed to one of its prominent landmarks, a lighthouse in the coastline of Catarman.
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