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Attractions in Cebu, Philippines

Cebu might look small in the map, but it is actually bigger than it looks. It sure has several pockets of surprises waiting for its earnest and eager travelers. Small it may appear, but it has several island destinations in its turf known for their pristine beaches, kilometer-long white-sand shores, cold waterfalls, and rich marine lives.

Cebu is the kind of island that can be both: a stylish urban and a rustic rural. The city offers many historical gems and metropolitan kind of excitement. Cebu the city pulsates with life and bustles that thrills party animals and history lovers.

But once you drive outside the metropolis, the rustic, the adventurous Cebu is waiting for you. And here in Cebu, the locals are attractions themselves.

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  • Unforgettable Camotes Island
  • authentic flavors of Filipino cuisine
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  • Fun and rip-roaring Philippine water sports
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  • Eat, Sleep, Dive Bohol escapade.
  • 2-Day Camotes Island Bike Tour
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  • Unforgettable Camotes Island
  • Learn basic Wing Chun self-defense techniques
  • Unforgettable Camotes Island
  • See The Best Falls In Cebu + More

Popular Attractions in Cebu, Philippines

  • With its thresher sharks, snorkeling sites, and clear waters, Malapascua Island is a place to live a real island living.
  • Also located in northern Cebu, Bantayan Island is the home of one of the oldest churches in Cebu and mesmerizing sand bar.
  • Olango—a renowned bird sanctuary—Nalusuan, and Caohagan islands are convenient island hopping destinations near Lapu-lapu City.
  • For its coves, beaches, caves, and underground springs, Camotes Island gradually attracts travelers.
  • Considered as one of the best waterfalls in Asia, Kawasan Falls can astound you with its grandeur and energy.
  • Considered as one of the best diving destinations, Moalboal draws beachgoers and diving enthusiasts alike.
  • One of the romantic, exclusive havens, Badian Island is ideal for couples, lovers, or for those who are looking for a dose of serenity.
  • Gibitngil Island in Medellin is one of the emerging island destinations in Cebu.
  • Cebu City is a paradise of historical and ecclesiastical sites such as Fort San Pedro, Basilica del Sto. Niño, Magellan’s Cross, Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral, Colon Street to name some.
  • It may not be well-managed, but whaleshark watching in Oslob has been a recent boom in the tourism and travel industry.

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Interesting Facts about Cebu, Philippines

  • One of the best diving sites in the world, it is no wonder Malapascua Island is one of the favorite destinations of foreign and local travelers alike. Divers stay on this amazing island in northern Cebu for its thresher sharks. Beach goers and snorkelers are captivated with its laidback lifestyle, splash sand, and rich and colorful marine creatures.
  • Cebu City has captured the hearts of history and heritage lovers. The first Spanish settlement and the oldest city in the country, Cebu City is replete with old houses turned museums, historical structures, and ecclesiastical establishments. They are all both mesmerizing and historically rich. Sauntering Cebu City and its neighbors—Mandaue and Lapu-lapu—provides vivid images of its past and future.
  • Bigger than Malapascua Island, Bantayan Island situated in northern Cebu—has always been one of the destination flagships in the Visayas. Travelers, both local and foreign, visit this island for its many splendid beaches and its famed sand bar. Its marine sanctuary is something to be explored and its two cave springs is worth dipping.