Olango Beach Resort | Things to do in Santa Magdalena-Sorsogon

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Olango Resort Beach is a small resort where guests can take in the crystal blue waters of Olango Beach. The resort and beach are named after a story of a mythical princess passed down from the locals of Santa Magdalenes. The surrounding waters of the beach is a combination of white sand and shallow coral reefs, creating crashing waves from a distance and calm waters washing ashore. Along the beach visitors have the opportunity to mingle and play with children who call the resort their home.
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Address: Olango, Santa Magdalena, Sorsogon
Fee: None
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Nearby attractions

Tikling Island
Attraction
8.40 km away

Tikling Island is a quiet island getaway off the coast of Matnog. Its pristine charm lies in its white sand which gleam against the backdrop of clear blue waters. The island is kept simple with no amenities for tourists—no huts for rent, and only coconut trees to provide shade. While the beachfront is too beautiful to abandon, taking the time to explore the entire island on foot is also recommended. The opposite end of the island offers a rougher image, with a scenery of rock formations and waves crashing into them. A place this gorgeous is usually hard to reach, but luckily, Tikling Island is an exception. In fact, it can be seen from the mainland and can be reached by motorboat from the town's pier in less than 30 minutes. Despite being privately owned, it is open to daytrippers with no entrance fee, at least at the time of writing. It is one of the stops featured in Matnog's island hopping itinerary. For booking arrangements, travelers are advised to drop by Matnog's local tourism office.

Parola
Attraction
8.50 km away

Abandoned lighthouses are always intriguing. More so this one located off the coast of Matnog, situated on an island of rocks that appears and disappears with the tide. It is an optional sidetrip to include in Matnog's island hopping itinerary. However, due to the presence of sea snakes, it is advisable to just enjoy the view from the boat.

Juag Lagoon Fish Sanctuary
Attraction
8.93 km away

Juag Lagoon is a place to cozy up to different kinds of aquatic life. Its clear shallow waters is home to a number of fish species, giant clams, starfish, sea cucumbers, and sea turtles. It is a sanctuary built and maintained by Alex Geneblazo, who helps protect and raise awareness for marine conservation. Visitors are allowed to snorkel inside the lagoon provided that they are not wearing sunblock, which contains toxins harmful to the ecosystem. There is also a cap to the number of swimmers at any given time so as not to bother the animals. Juag Lagoon Fish Sanctuary is one of the stops featured in Matnog’s island hopping itinerary. For booking arrangements, travelers are advised to drop by Matnog’s local tourism office.

Where to stay

Suki Beach Resort and Lodgings
₱1500.00

Unwind and get close to nature at this resort in Santa Magdalena. This place invites you to take a breather away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while still offering you the basic amenities you need. Whether you’re looking for a new adventure, in a new town or a quiet respite from your busy schedule, this relaxing getaway has you covered. 

Pamana Beach Resort
₱500.00
Hotels and homes
2.08 km away

Unwind and get close to nature at this resort in Sta. Magdalena. This place invites you to take a breather away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while still offering you the basic amenities you need. Whether you’re looking for a new adventure, in a new town or a quiet respite from your busy schedule, this relaxing getaway has you covered.

Sabang Park & Beach Resort
₱650.00
Hotels and homes
2.08 km away

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Getting there and around

Olango, Santa Magdalena, Sorsogon

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