Top 4 attractions you must visit in Iloilo Province
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About Iloilo Province
Iloilo is a province of the Philippines, located in the center of the Philippine archipelago. It is nicknamed “the Heart of the Philippines”.
Attractions in Iloilo Province
Agho Island is a small, mostly uninhabited island in northeastern Iloilo, Philippines. It is part of the municipality of Concepcion. The island doesn’t have a resort or electricity but it has its own source of freshwater. There are also some open-air cottages for rent on the island. Agho Island has a cream/beige sand beach. The quality of the sand in Agho island is much finer compared to its neighboring island, the Bulubadiangan island. There is also a sandbar in Agho.
Bulabog Puti-an National Park is a protected rain forest area known for being a living museum of flora and fauna. Hundreds of local and foreign tourists visit the 847 eco-tourism park to immerse in the area’s natural attractions such as its various forms of wildlife and more than 30 caves. The caves of Bulabog Putian National Park is an important historical, paleontological, archeological site since it was used as a hideout by the revolutionary forces in Iloilo during the Spanish occupational pe
Miagao Church, also known as the Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parish Church was Built-in 1786. It is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Iloilo. More than a place of worship, it also served as a fortress. Hence, it is called the Baroque fortress church. It was designed with the baroque features with touches of Chinese and Filipino style imposing designs, ornaments and motifs, making it a one of a kind church. Its old structure, history, and its UNESCO World Heritage mark make it a treasu
The Church of Sta Barbara, completed in 1878 after almost 30 years of construction, is made of adobe, corals, and red bricks. The architecture is chiefly Romanesque with its prominence of arcading or use of arches supported by pillars, arched windows, and its Latin cross floor plan. The church also is an excellent example of a Filipino baroque colonial style. Daily a lot of tourists visit this place every day.