Bantayan Island, north of Cebu territory, Philippines, has one of the longest common white sand coastlines in the area. To get to Bantayan, one needs to drive three hours from Cebu City along the picturesque north waterfront street going through the towns of Liloan, Compostela, Danao, Carmen, Catmon, Sogod, Bogo and before coming to Hagnaya Port in San Remigio. From the port it is a one hour vessel ride to Santa Fe Port in Bantayan Island.

The sea shore resorts in Bantayan are situated along the bended white sand shoreline north and south of the dock. Towards the north, there’s Alice sea shore where you can discover Santa Fe Beach Club and Beach Placid. Towards the south is Santa Fe sea shore you can discover Hoyohoy Villas, Kota Beach, Yoonek, Budyong, Marlin’s and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Further away are Ogtong Cave Resort and Maia’s Beach Resort. Ogtong Resort includes a cavern inside its grounds where you can swim in.

Normal spending facilities in Bantayan extend from PhP 600-800 for non-airconditioned houses to PhP 1300-1500 for cooled cabins. During the Holy Week around March or April the costs normally twofold as neighborhood sightseers run to the island during the long end of the week. There are additionally more expensive facilities from PhP 2000 – 5000, for example, those in Ogtong Cave and Hoyohoy Villas.