Living and Lazing in Liloan

Living with its hashtag: Live.Love.Liloan, this municipality has so much to offer. There are different destinations in Liloan where you can visit even on a half day. Here they are:

1. Parola (Lighthouse) at Bagacay Point, Liloan - Built in 1904, this lighthouse marks Liloan in the map, historically. Nowadays, this is one of the must-visit places in the municipality. It is also a favorite spot for pre-nuptial shoots and photography enthusiasts. Getting there is much convenient if you have a private vehicle but if you decided to commute, take a habal-habal  at the Poblacion and instruct the driver that you are going to Parola. A ride may range from 50 to 100 pesos depends on your negotiation skills. 





2. San Fernando El Rey Parish Church - This is a 17th century church and the only church facing the west. The church upholds the glory of Catholicism all throughout the years. Strolling around the church and observing mass are two great things to do in a Sunday. The church is just located at the Poblacion across the Municipal Hall. 

3. Putlay (Putol na Taytayan) - It maybe an underrated spot but it does offer a panoramic view of the sea. This bridge is half finished yet Liloanons enjoy hanging out here. It is located behind the church. 



4. Liloan Town Plaza - Who would miss the remarkable hashtag just in front of Liloan Municipal Hall? It is a quaint place for relaxing and a place for students to gather after class. Just beside it is the Liloan Foodstreet which opens every Saturday and Sunday. 




5. Coffee Madness - This is another place for family and friends to hang out together. This is a perfect place for a coffee lover. They are open the entire week starting at 3pm. 
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