Bungalow | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Two rooms Bungalow (Bedroom and a big Kitchen) fully furnished and build in 2012. Ideal for somebody who likes a very peaceful place for relaxing. Moalboal (panagsama Beach) is a Tourist attraction for Divers and Adventure people. Our house is just 5 km away from Panagsama Beach.
Of course we can fix the most thing for you example: Washing, Cooking,room cleaning,rent motorbikes or mountain bikes.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||At the front of the Bungalow|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Mactan International Airport 100 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Safe, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 2|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Further details indoors|
Hot and cold shower
The lot is about 2200 m2 big so you will find privacy.
Garden is shared with the owners of the house.
English-speaking representative on hand to answer any questions.
The Visayas region
The capital of Cebu island is Cebu City, ”The Queen City of the South”. Cebu City is the first Spanish settlement in the country and the oldest city in the country. In the beginning of the 16th century the Spaniards arrived in the southern part of the Philippines. Since then Cebu City has been the center of trade and commerce in the southern part of the Philippines. Cebu is one of the most developed provinces in the Philippines, with Cebu City as the main center of commerce, trade, education and industry in the Visayas. For local and foreign tourist, there are many places of interest in Cebu. One is “Magellan’s Cross” which was named after Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese explorer who came to Cebu in the early 1500s. Pieces of the original cross are believed to be encased in the present cross. The monument is just across the street from the Sto. Niño Basilica in downtown Cebu City. It used to be the only Catholic Basilica in East Asia. The basilica houses the famous “Santo Niño” the patron saint of the Cebuanos. Another place to see is the Spanish “Fort San Pedro” which is where the Lapu-lapu shrine is (Punta Engaño) it is also where the Battle of Mactan took place. The “Taoist Temple” is also a good place to drop by. One can see the entire city from the top of the hill. Then rent a cab to “Tops” a small park on top of a mountain where one can spend a few hours while having a drink or two. During sunset and at night you can see glowing lights from the buildings and houses below. If you happen to be in Cebu City in January, don’t miss the “Sinulog Festival” – held every third week of January, it is the fiesta of Sto. Niño (Child Christ). The celebrations consist of a fabulous procession of the image of the Child Jesus followed by devotees of Sto. Niño. After which, a fluvial procession takes place. There is also a parade of magnificent floats along the main roads of Cebu City followed by local groups in colorful costumes, dancing and chanting along the route. Sinulog Festival is marked by street dancing by tourist and locals alike under the constant beating of drums. This festival is the Philippine version of Mardi Gras. During Sinulog week, all hotels in Cebu City are fully booked. So if you plan to attend the festival, book well ahead of time. The year long attraction to many tourist to Cebu are its beaches. One can find many beaches throughout the island; north and south of Cebu City. Cebu is located in the heart of the Philippines, totally surrounded by much larger islands. This means that most typhoons never reach Cebu, and the rare storms that do are already much-weakened. The danger from tsunamis is effectively zero; there is no known seismic fault in this area, and any long-range tsunami would be blocked by other islands. The Pacific monsoon drops most of its moisture on other islands prior to reaching Cebu. Thus, there is no pronounced rainy season and the weather here is pleasant year-round. Although it can rain at any time of year, most rains are brief and quickly followed by brilliant sunshine. (Before being tempted by the “low season” rates offered elsewhere, better ask why there’s a low season. Cebu doesn’t have one.) The entire island of Cebu is an ancient coral outcropping (not of volcanic origin like Hawaii, nor near a continental shelf like Bali or Phuket). There are no volcanoes, and the area does not experience any appreciable earthquake activity.
Moalboal - Panagsama Beach/ Tonggo
About Panagsama Beach in Moalboal
Panagsama Beach in Moalboal is just 4 km from the town center of Moalboal. The beach strip invites for a leisurely stroll, lots of open-air bars, restaurants, some more beach resorts and dive centers, street vendors peddling fruits, fresh caught fish, colorful T-Shirts or massage services. If you want to explore the small country town of Moalboal, take a motorbike with sidecar, called tricycle, and within 10 minutes you are in Moalboal town. In Moalboal you will find a bustling market, eateries, fruit stands, bakeries and on the other side of the road, near the sea, the fish market. The famous Orchid Gallery, a tropical garden sized several hectares, is just 2 km away. You can walk over to the Orchid Gallery, where you will find lush tropical garden, a swimming pool, a little private zoo with exotic birds and monkeys and an orchid plantation.
Panagsama Beach is the located in the west side of the peninsula, about 4km from town proper. Actually Panagsama Beach is an old fishing village, some remnants of the old village are still entwined within the beach resorts, restaurants and dive centers and give the beach its unique charme and atmosphere.
Panagsama has no real sand beach but rather a rockier beach which quickly gives way to a coral reef abundant with marine life. Thus it is famous with scuba divers and snorkelers and not so much known as a place for beach lovers. The combination of spectacular scuba diving, especially in Pescador Island and Sunken Island, and outdoor adventure tours in jungle covered mountain valleys made this place famous with divers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Tonggo is in the western side of Moalboal, about 5 km.away from the town proper.It is along the coast facing the Badian Island (next town to Moalboal).Tonggo is just like Panagsama Beach that there is no real sand rather a rocky (corals) along the beach.This place is very known for swimming turtles along the coast during high tide and very aboundant of colorful corals during low tide.There are also some private Beach Resorts in Tonggo
with diving schools and restaurants.
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26 Sep 2013
Ce n'est pas la maison en elle même, malgré son manque de charme évident, c'est le contexte qui est plutôt négatif.la proximité immédiate de la maison de la personne qui s'en occ… More