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All reviews camarines norte grey sand early morning your feet big waves local government this place offers fine sand ice cold beer my friend nice place to relax fresh air surfing surfers beach beginners restaurants
Went here to surf. They charged 300 pesos per head for an hour or something of training. The waves are not that high. Its my first time to surf so i have nothing to compare to. You should go here if you're main agenda is...More
With almost 2.5km stretch of shoreline facing the Pacific, Bagasbas boasts one of the best sunrise views in the region.
Also the Surfing Capital of Bicol, with kind beach break well suited for beginners and advanced surfers alike, the waves are generous throughout the year....More
It is an open beach , free for all , there are many restaurants ( mostly Filipino foods ) but there is also Japanese restaurant ( Oh Bang Ramen ) which we enjoy the noodles, Veggie Salads. and their big humburger which is flavorful ....More
The first thing you will notice once you stepped out of your car is the wave. You will immediately have the urge to jump in the waters. Fine dark sand at a long shoreline feels good under your feet, simply walking along the water line...More
Not the best beach in Philippines , but if you have time, you can visit , it is good for surfers beginner level because the water is not so deep , and the waves are not so strong. But not an expert , might be...More
It is pleasant to walk up and down this beach. There are no stones to hurt your feet. We were warned that the depths of the waters can vary which can be dangerous. You don't want to drown because you think that you are in...More
This is a wavy beach and absolutely good for the surfers, but for the swimmers just stay in the shallow area for safety purposes or better sit back lay on the sand while sun bathing. There a few shops for the surfers, few restaurants and...More