Mount Iraya in Batanes, Cagayan Valley, Philippines - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Mount Iraya

Mount Iraya, Basco, Batanes, Philippines

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About Mount Iraya

Iraya is located on Batan Island and designated as the highest point in the province of Batanes. It is a dormant volcano, its last eruption happened in 1454.



Attractions near Mount Iraya

Valugan Boulder Beach4.38km from Mount Iraya

The beach is known for its smooth boulders that line the shoreline, which stretches for miles.

Vayang Rolling Hills5.44km from Mount Iraya

It offers a spectacular view of endless waves of rolling hills along with the beautiful view of the west philippine sea.

Basco Lighthouse - Naidi Hills5.78km from Mount Iraya

The structure is a 6-story building with a gallery or viewing deck on the fifth floor. It is located in Naidi Hills in Barangay San Antonio, the lush green hills and the open sea provide a beautiful backdrop for the lighthouse.

San Carlos Borromeo Parish9.26km from Mount Iraya

San Carlos Borromeo Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Mahatao, Batan Island.

Ruins of Songsong13.98km from Mount Iraya

Ruins of Songsong is a cluster of roofless shells of old stone houses abandoned after a tidal wave that hit the island of Batan in the 50s.

San Jose de Ivana Church15.45km from Mount Iraya

The San Jose de Ivana Church is a roman catholic church established in 1787. It was declared as National Historic Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.

Where is Mount Iraya

Discover more attractions in Batanes, where Mount Iraya is located

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It is the northernmost province in the country, and also the smallest, both in population and land area. Batanes is listed in the UNESCO tentative list for inscription in the World Heritage List.