Pagudpud Tour

Cape Bojeador Light House
Standing 65 feet tall, Burgos Lighthouse’ octagonal tower was first lit in March 30, 1892 to guide merchant ships like Spanish Galleons as they pass by the rocky coastline of the town. Once illuminated by old Fresnel lenses but due to earthquake damage in ’91, it was replaced by a solar-powered electric lamp.

Bangui Windmill
The first and only set of windmills in the Philippines, these ones in the Ilocos region has continued to bring pride to the country, most especially to the locals. The sheer height and size of the windmills will make you feel like you’re so small, add to that the strong winds that make the windmills run, which in turn generate energy for the town’s consumption which is located in neighboring town of Bangui.

Pagudpud Beach Resort
The highlight of any Pagudpud trip is the beach, and Blue Lagoon will not fail. Depending on the season, you might see it with big waves, or as calm as a lake. But whatever day of the year it is, it will always look blue.

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