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Showing posts with label Visayas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Visayas. Show all posts

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Malapascua Island

This island, also called Logon is especially by the locals is a small island located in the Visayan Sea has only 2.5 kilometers long and 1 kilometer wide, with beautiful white sand beaches and eight villages. The beach is ideal for people who enjoy diving and snorkeling, as you can see seahorses, hammerhead sharks, dolphins and more.
Malapascua is a Philippine Island in the Visayan Sea. It is located about eight kilometers northeast of the island of Cebu and administratively belongs to the province of Cebu. Its length is about two km (north-south), the width is about 800 meters. Malapascua Island is a coral island with many coral sand beaches and limestone cliffs that are found mainly on the west side of the island.

Tuesday, February 6, 2007


The Visayas is one of the three main areas of the archipelago of the Philippines with Luzon and Mindanao, corresponding to the group of islands in the center of the archipelago. They are characterized by a set of tropical beaches in the middle of the warm seas.
Visayas philippines
To the north of the Visayas region is characterized by the presence of the great northern island of Luzon (the capital city is Manila). To the south is the southern region with the center of the large island of Mindanao.