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Matnog town is 2,5 hours (120km) away from Legaspi. And accessable by way of a very nice 4-lane curvy road, where even average speeds of 60km can be achieved. I was plesantly surprised. Access to beach is another hour by boat. One has to register...More
Pinkish white sand at its finest. My daughters had so much fun that even when it was already too hot i cant let them stay out of the water. I just hope the boats can have one designated area so people can enjoy swimming and...More
White and pink sand island just across one of the busiest port in Sorsogon. The water is really clear with some rock formation on the other side. Instagram worthy place! Visit Juag lagoon to complete your trip to the islands!
We were lucky to go to Subic beach at a time when there are very few tourists. There are basic bathroom facilities for changing and showering but do not expect anything grand. It is as rustic as it can get. Still, it is nice to...More
I was awed when I first visited the place more or less a decade ago. You can just roam around freely, the beach was so clean and the sand was so fine. It was a good thing that the place is still not that commercialized...More
We went to subic beach(matnog) sorsogon last May 2017. At first I'm super hesistant if the beach is good. And I am so surprised to see how beautiful the beach is. the people are friendly too. It also have a tourist attraction like the the...More
This is actually a late review since I've been there summer of 2016.
I was staying in Cam Sur. If you will be commuting (w/c we did), you would have to take the bus from Naga City Terminal (it's near SM Naga) but, the direct...More
The water is cool and clean. One could see the passing ships to and fro the port of town of Matnog. One does not even have to pay anything... just a small donation is enough. BUT, there is no bathroom here.
We started our trip to Matnog 8am and when we reached there we paid for environmental fee and a boatman was assigned to us by the Department of Tourism. We went to the market to buy for our food since there is no restaurant in...More