San Remigio boasts of having Cebu’s longest shoreline. Beaches there are described as ‘naturally extraordinaire’. Resorts includes, Lingay Beach Resort, San Remigio Beach Club, Victoria Hard Rock Beach Resort and Fishing Village, Warren’s Beach Resort, and Verdimar Resort. Additionally, public beaches still in a long stretch of white sand are also available for any locals and tourists. Today, San Remigio has become a new diving destination. There are a few marine sanctuaries and new dive sites being discovered on a regular basis. A PADI dive shop in San Remigio Beach Club caters to beginner and experienced divers who want to enjoy San Remigio’s marine life. In the water, you can see shark rays(guitarfish), white tip reef sharks, bamboo sharks, nurse sharks, schools of Barracuda, Whale sharks, turtles, Manta rays and a lot more.
San Remigio Resorts
San Remigio offers ample choice in accommodation from luxury down to pension houses. Many of the resorts can offer great views of the coast and mountains and most places
Things to see and do
San Remigio is home to some great beach resorts in Cebu with number of these resorts located along the shoreline. It’s also home to a couple of golf courses (Mercedes Plantation Golf and Verdemar Golf Course). San Remigio makes an easy stop over for travellers heading onto Bantayan Ialand. It could also provide a back up plan in case the ferries are cancelled going to Bantayan Island as the pier (at Haynayan is only around 20 minutes away).
Lapyahan Festival – Lapyahan is the term that mean shoreline, and being the longest stretch of beach in Cebu its something for the town to celebrate and be proud of.
Cebu to San Remigio
Catch a bus from the North Bus Terminal heading to Hagnaya around 120 Peso. The trip takes around 3 hours and passes San Remigio on its way to Hagnaya. It’s also possible to catch a bus to Bogo City as there are regular jeepneys doing the Bogo – San Remigio route. Bogo to San Remigio. San Remigio Beach Club does organise pick up from Cebu, check with resort direct.
History of San Remigio
San Remigio was formerly known as “Kanghagas”, the name of a tree, which grew abundant in the place.