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achidz wrote a review Aug 2019
Manila, Philippines225 contributions80 helpful votes
Not the cleanest beach, but the back sand is still beautiful. Water was calm and refreshing which was a nice contrast to the hot sand ! Cloudy day, but otherwise there would be an amazing view of Mayon! Little sari sari store on the beach which is useful.
Date of experience: August 2019
ajit9232 wrote a review Dec 2018
Ahmedabad, India46 contributions10 helpful votes
Peace, Peace and Peace, beautiful place to visit. One must keep this place in its tour programme when he is in Legazpy Lovely
Date of experience: August 2018
rubyjuice2014 wrote a review Aug 2017
Manila, Philippines10 contributions7 helpful votes
go barefoot in an ebony beach as a way to relax your senses. breathe in Pacific air and cavort in the sun. no rents, no entrance, no worries. bring your family and friends..do not be intimated by local settlers-they are friendly and helpful.
Date of experience: August 2017
jem2811 wrote a review Jan 2017
Legazpi, Philippines27 contributions7 helpful votes
It's actually a long stretch of back sand beach from Legazpi City to Sto. Domingo. No facilities and no fees to pay that it is very popular for locals on a budget every Easter Sunday. CAUTION: The shore drops deep so swimmers should be careful. Not a good place to go when Hanging Amihan is strong becaue of the big waves that crash on the beach and debris may abound. It fronts the deepest part of Albay Gulf, the channel for big ships entering Legazpi Port. Very accessible from Legazpi CBD. There is also the marker of where the liberation forces landed.…
Date of experience: January 2017
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Fiore M wrote a review Aug 2016
Manila, Philippines42 contributions13 helpful votes
There is nothing to see, there are no cafes or restaurants to go to. You basically just drive up to the beach and stare at it. You cant swim in this area (unless you live there). Its just the sea, period.
Date of experience: December 2015