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Top 10 Best Hotels and Resorts in Bolinao, Pangasinan via Agoda

Bolinao in Pangasinan is often called the Jewel of the North, giving you the best view of the West Philippine Sea. There are many options for destinations such as Patar Beach, Enchanted Cave, the Lighthouse, or many of its falls.



Top 10 Best Hotels and Resorts in Bolinao, Pangasinan via Agoda

Are you a flower lover? A sunflower to be specific? Well, this is your chance to enjoy a maze of sunflower in Tayug, Pangasinan!

WHAT'S IN - Sunflower Maze soon to open in Tayug, Pangasinan

Hundred Islands


“Nights and days came and passed
And summer and winter
and the rain.
And it was good to be a little Island.
A part of the world
and a world of its own
All surrounded by the bright blue sea.”
― Margaret Wise BrownThe Little Island

PANGASINAN: Hundred Islands Travel Guide

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"Rock View Beach - Your Not Ordinary Beach"

Rock View Beach Resort is where you can see the natural and spectacular Rock Formation formed by the incessant lapping of tidal waves against the shore through the centuries.

BOLINAO: The VIEW-tiful Rock View Beach

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Cape Bolinao Lighthouse in Abac, Patar, is one of the famous lighthouses in the town of Bolinao, Pangasinan, the other being Port Bolinao Lighthouse in Guigui-wanen, Barangay Luciente I. It is the second tallest lighthouse in the Philippines after the Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, which is in Ilocos Norte.

BOLINAO: Cape Bolinao Lighthouse

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This travelogue tells my experience when I visited Bolinao. It may also include travel tips and guide for those who are planning to visit this place in Pangasinan.

TRAVELOGUE: a chill visit to Bolinao, Pangasinan

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The Saint James the Great Parish Church is a Spanish colonial church located at Brgy. Germinal in BolinaoPangasinanPhilippines. The church was made out of black coral stones. The church underwent series of natural and man-made calamities, such as the 1788 earthquake, 1819 fire incident, and Typhoon Emong in 2009.

BOLINAO: Saint James the Great Parish Church and the First Mass in the Philippines