Camotes Island - The Top-Most Gorgeous Beaches in the 7 Popular Islands of Cebu
It is said that if the first Spanish explorers, who more than 350 years ago arrived on the island, came today, they'd find it the same as when they first set eyes on it. And that's saying a lot for Camotes Islands. It continues to stand the test of time with its incredible, unspoiled and unaffected white sand beaches and natural forests surrounded by the vast expanse of an aqua-blue ocean waters.
The Camotes Islands consist of four other islands: Pacjian, Ponson, Poro and Tulang. Because these islands' natural beauty remains almost untouched and unchanged they are sometimes referred to as The Lost Horizon. Their white sands, sparkling sea waters and lazy shorelines are perfect places to swim and sunbathe with nobody to bug you.
Further down, on the little island of Pacjian,sits calmly the majestic, 700-hectare wide Lake Danao. The largest natural lake in Cebu, it has earned the reputation of being a lover's lake for its romantic, scenic setting, that seems to beckon to lovers.
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Mangodlong, Heminsulan, San Francisco, Camotes, Cebu City, Cebu | Camotes island
Within Camotes Island is Mangodlong Paradise Beach Resort, a modest 28-room resort that offers both relaxation and recreation at a balance. The paradise features Asian & Modern...USD 66 Book Now
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