Salagdoong Beach – A treasure in Siquijor

Posted by on Mar 10, 2012 in Maria | No Comments

After well-rested night in Prinsesa Bulakna, it’s time for me to leave Siquijor. I asked the driver to take me to Salagdoong Beach. It’s one of the famous beach in the island. While in Maria, I noticed that there’s a lot of interesting landmarks/structures.

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The town is typical country side with quiet ambiance.

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After 15 minutes or so… Salagdoong Beach at last. I wasted no time in taking pictures and exploring this famous beach in Siquijor.

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The resort may not be the best place to stay if you wish a quiet accommodation. I can say that it have a “public” feel since this is a local government property. However, I have to agree that their beach front is one of the best in the island. The water is clear and pristine.

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I walk farther and explored some interesting site…

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After almost an hour… we left Salagdoong beach and headed to Siquijor pier to catch a ferry going to Dumaguete City.

We passed by Enrique Villanueva

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And some structures/landmarks

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At the pier… I was surprised on how beautiful the place are.

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Our Delta Ferry (Air condition) going to Dumaguete

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The travel was fast and comfortable. It only took 45 minutes. I highly recommend this ferry if you have plans in visiting Siquijor.

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