Exploring Quezon

Roadtrip Ideas to Quezon

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Explore the beauty of Cagbalete Island in Southern Luzon

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Another white sand beach facing the Pacific Ocean is Cagbalete Island in Mauban Quezon.  Colorful marine life and pine trees on the beach is something worth visiting.




Take the South Super Highway -- Sto. Tomas, Batangas – San Pablo – Tiaong –Candelaria- Sariaya –– Tayabas -- Mauban. Total road distance is about 168 kms. The average travel time for this route would be 3 1/2 - 4 1/2 hours depending on the traffic condition. 

 

From Mauban-Cagbalete Island:

 

Public Ferry – P 40.00/one way/pax

Mauban port departure 10am and 3:30pm

Cagbalete port departure 7:30am and 1pm


The best place for stopover is Quezon Premier Hotel in Candelaria and Lucena for local food and comfortable lodging. Enjoy exploring Quezon!

Island hopping in Polillo Quezon

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This summer, discover the white, pristine beaches in the town of Pollilio, Quezon Province. Polillo group of Islands is comprised of Anilon Island, Anawan Island and Buguitay Island. 

 


You can take a land trip from Manila to Real Quezon pier via South expressway.

From the Ungos Pier at Real Quezon to Polillo Island, take the ferry boat.  The boat departs at 5 A.M, 7 A.M.and 10 A.M everyday.

 

Return ferry boat trips from Polillo Island to Real, Quezon Pier departs at 5 A.M.and 1 P.M. everyday.

 

Ferry Boat Fare: Approximately 150 Pesos ( about $ 3.50 ) one way.



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Viaje Del Sol

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Destinations 

Your stay in Quezon Premier Hotel is a gateway to the Region’s best-kept secrets


Tiaong Quezon

Ugu Bigyan Potter’s Garden

Ugu Bigyan’s secret pottery garden is surely one of the well-kept treasures of the Viaje del Sol. This hideaway in Tiaong, Quezon is the best stop for pottery & photography enthusiasts.

His artist’s workshop is a cluster of quaint huts, connected by brick paths, and surrounded by a lush garden. Ugu’s works are on display and are for sale. Lunch is served at his garden. Meals are served on his beautiful ceramic plates and bowls.


San Pablo Laguna

Sampaloc & Pandin Lake

Pandin Lake is a perfect backdrop for lazy afternoons. You can enjoy a refreshing coconut juice while you tour around the lake on a "balsa", a raft made of bamboo sewn together with rattan and local vines. You can row with the local folk across this beautiful lake. A perfect way to enjoy the serenity of the place.

 

 

a cup of Barako Coffee and delicious Puto at – Carlito’s Workshop

Nagcarlan Laguna

 

Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery

The country’s one and only underground cemetery and a National Historical Landmark. This landmark’s charm is not only its uniqueness, or the visible traces of wall plaster paintings and woodcarvings from a bygone era:

 

Liliw Laguna

 

About five minutes from Nagcarlan is the municipality of Liliw, the prime spot for footwear shopping. A town built entirely on a culture of shoe- and sandal-making. Liliw features main streets lined with myriad local shops showcasing a multitude of designs. The quaint feel of its streets and shops remind one of an open-air mall.

 

Sariaya Quezon

 

Marquez Mansion y Petra Obispo Ancestral house

Gala-Rodriguez Ancestral House

by Juan Nakpil

Lucban Quezon

Nestling at the foothills of picturesque Mt. Banahaw, LUCBAN is a quaint town with cool breezes tempered by the warm smiles of its friendly residents. Blessed with its rich, fertile soil, the scenic countryside of Lucban is dotted with Flower and Vegetable Farms.

 

 

Its mouthwatering delicacies, or "kakanin", such as Broas, Otap, Tikoy, and of course, Longganisang Lukban are preferred by every visitor as "pasalubong". Intricate designs and superb quality are hallmarks of Lucban's many cottage industries, and the reason why handcrafted "Buntal" hats, bags, and trinkets are favored accessories in Haute Couture.


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