Here are some of the tour spots in the island:
Saint Peter and Paul Church is a five century old Catholic Church located in the center of the town across the town plaza. One of the must-see if you get to Bantayan Island, this church was founded on June 11, 1580, the oldest parish church in Visayas and Mindanao. Formerly known as Convento de la Asuncion de Nuestra Senora, was made with corals and stones commonly found in the island. Its antiquity shows that it was skillfully built and a well-engineered structure.
Ogtong cave is an ancient cave served as a fort by the Spanish forces during their colonization here in the Philippines. Today, it is a natural underground cave with an enclosed pool of brackish water. Before, the entrance was narrow but the residents made concrete steps for easy access. Don’t forget to visit this underground pool if you get to Bantayan Island.
Bantayan Island is also known as the bulad/buwad (dried fish) country. It is one of the most important industries in the island that adds life to its economy. They offer the best danggit and a variety of dried fishes. You can stop by the local market where you can find massive kinds of dried fishes as pasalubong.
Malapascua Island is a tiny island located across the shallow strait from the northernmost tip of Cebu. It is a diving destination for foreign as well as local divers. It has an underwater plateau called Monad Shoal where some tresher sharks and manta rays can be seen.
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