Our Lady of Sorrows Shrine | Things to do in San Andres-Catanduanes
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The cave below the San Andres-Virac Highway reveals an interesting episode in the history of the town of San Andres. The historic cave served as a hiding place for locals during the Moro raids in the early 18th century. Luyang Cave features massive stalactites and stalagmites, and other rock formations. Hanging from the ceilings and walls are countless bats that inhabit the whole length of the cave.
Reeling with the textures of sun, sea, and sand, one can easily lose oneself and be drifted away while leisurely walking along the stretch of its powdery-white sands. The entire stretch of the shoreline beckons visitors to take a dip in its pristine waters and wave-combed sands.
The beach is dotted with palms and other trees where locals spend their weekends with their families. The sand is white, and the beaches are lined with cool and shady trees. Let the children and the whole family enjoy clear waters, white sand beach experience. Glide into the thrilling board adventure and feel the invigorating skimboard experience.
Where to stay
Dive into the world of new discoveries and lasting memories at Tugawe Cove Resort. A hidden paradise ready to welcome you to a stunning escape, this Caramoan beach resort will give you a vacation you’ll remember. With the soft sounds of the mildly crashing waves and the soothing hums of the birds welcoming you, your first moments in the resort will already take you to serenity.
Getting there and around
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