The locals call it the Boulevard of Broken Dreams! I think not, as it is one of the most beauiful walking places near the sea in the Philippines. It mirrors the Bay Walk in Manila without the pollution and the noise. There are restaurants and night spots, nice lawns to sit on and a lovely sea breeze to cap it off.
Friday and Saturday nights are very pleasant as the local people have their small food stalls to cater for the hungry. Usually the Coco Amigos restaurant have a stage out front and various guest artist perform their talents. I like to sit on the sea wall and get the full combination of the flavors of food, nice music with a gentle sea breeze.
The locals say that many hearts have been broken by promises of marriage at this beautiful venue.
My favorite restaurant along this boulevarde is the Casablanca Restaurant, it is a top spot with top everything to go along with it.