The Amenia Beach Resort is located in Palawig, San Andres in Catanduanes Province. The Amenia Beach Resort is a place to enjoy the vantage view of the beautiful sunset and where one could take a full view of the breathtaking perfect silhouette of Mayon Volcano and its neighbor, Bulusan Volcano, in the distance. Reeling with the textures of the sun, sea and sand, one can easily lose oneself and be drifted away while leisurely walking along the stretch of its powdery-white sands and dabbling in its undeniably tamed waters. Continue reading
The Luyang Cave is located in San Andres in Catanduanes Province. Inside Luyang Cave are corridors of majestic and huge stalactite and stalagmite pillars and rock formations. Hanging from the ceilings and walls of the cave are numerous bats that inhabit the entire cave. The Luyang Cave is the location where native Filipinos sought refuge against the Moro pirates during the 17th century. The villagers who took refuge inside Luyang Cave covered its entrance with dried tree branches and twigs to conceal the cave, and they used ground “sili” leaves and fruit to discourage the invaders from entering the cave. The pirates eventually found the cave and its entrance; When the invaders finally tried to enter the cave, the inhabitants burned the pile thinking that the smoke would prevent them from going inside. But the wind direction instead blew the smoke towards Continue reading
San Andres, a former barangay of Odiongan which became a municipality on 1920 is a coastal town on the north western portion of Tablas Island occupying an approximately 11,200 hectares land area. It is bounded on the north by the Municipality of Calatrava, on the South of Odiongan, on the East by San Agustin and on the West by Tablas Strait.
The present municipality of San Andres was formerly a native village settlement of nipa huts known by the name Parpaguha, after a bird’s name Parpaguha was a big and rare bird that had its nest among the thickets of trees along the river bank where settlement was located. Continue reading