Historical Sites that will make you time travel in Capiz, Philippines

Capiz is not recognized as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines for nothing. The province is renowned for its abundant produce of fresh fish and sea shells. But aside from the sea life, Capiz has more to offer, its historical sites are waiting to be explored.

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HOW TO GET THERE:

By Plane

From Manila – Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines (45 mins)

From Cebu – Cebu Pacific (45 mins)

 

By Land

From Iloilo – by bus/van (2 and half hour)

From Kalibo – by bus/van (1 hour and 45 mins)

 

By Sea

From Batangas – 2go Travel (via Caticlan Seaport)

From Roxas, Mindoro – RORO (via Caticlan Seaport)

 

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WHERE TO EAT:

Baybay Beach Seafood Palutuan Restaurant

Baybay Beach is lined with numerous cooking service/restaurant.

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Harry’s Seafood Palutuan Restaurant

 

LIST OF PLACES TO VISIT:

 

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MANUEL ACUÑA ROXAS SHRINE (Roxas City)

 

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ROXAS CITY (OLD CAPIZ) BRIDGE (Roxas City)

 

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CULASI POINT LIGHTHOUSE (Roxas City)

 

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PANUBLI-ON MUSEUM (Roxas City)

 

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SANTA MONICA CHURCH AND THE LARGE BELL (Panay, Capiz)

 

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SANTA MONICA CHURCH AND THE LARGE BELL (Panay, Capiz)

 

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SANTA MONICA CHURCH AND THE LARGE BELL (Panay, Capiz)

 

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PASEO DE EVANGELIZACION (Panay, Capiz)

 

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OLD SPANISH WELL (Panay, Capiz)

 

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OLD SPANISH WELL (Panay, Capiz)

 

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DAO CHURCH (Dao, Capiz)

 

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DAO CHURCH (Dao, Capiz)

 

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RUINS OF PANAY RAILWAY (Dao, Capiz)

 

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DUMALAG CHURCH (Dumalag, Capiz)

 

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SUHOT CAVE AND SPRING (Dumalag, Capiz)

 

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SUHOT CAVE AND SPRING (Dumalag, Capiz)

 

 

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  1. I love the seafoods in Roxas City. Cheaper than in Boracay.

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