Ten Spots to Visit in Pangasinan


As one of the biggest provinces in Luzon, the multitude of attractions of Pangasinan come not as a surprise. Its 285-kilometer coastline is home to some of the countryโ€™s beautiful beaches, its water to more than hundred of picturesque islands, its mountains to some of the countries majestic waterfalls.

Just four hours away from Manila via SLEX, SCTEX and TPLEX, Pangasinan is just within reach. A perfect escape from the heat of Metropolis! So if you are thinking where to venture out of Manila, consider these ten spots in Pangasinan as starters.

Patar Beach and Rock Formation (Bolinao)

Colibra Island (Dasol)

Bolinao Falls (Bolinao)

Anda Beach (Anda)

Sail with me ๐Ÿšค

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Hundred Islands (Alaminos)

Cabongaoan Tidal Pools (Burgos)

Antong Falls (Sison)

A little slice of paradise

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Agno Beach (Agno)


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Lingayen Beach

Heeey girl I wanna catch your wave ๐ŸŒŠ

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Cabacungan Cove (Dasol)

Cabacungan Cove, Dasol, Pangasinan

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  1. Great post here. Iโ€™ve never heard of most of these except Ango and Hundred Islands. Hundred Islands has been on the list for awhile for me and my wife to visit. Weโ€™re currently living in El Nido so itโ€™s likely to be awhile before we head back to Luzon. Bookmarking this for another time.

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