Iligan Beaches

Family fun in the sand!

Whatever the occasion, you can enjoy Iligan beaches with family and friends. Enjoy the day or stay the night away…

When you say Iligan beaches, what comes to mind? As for me – sandy shores, calm seas, clear waters and coconut trees…

Last but not least, Iligan lechon. Yes. You just can’t go to the beach without lechon.

Hanging rice anyone?

More about that later. Go ahead, bask in the sun, swim in the waters and watch the sunsets…

See Top Iligan Beaches Here!

Regs Beach Resort — Sta. Filomena – a small beach resort tucked away among the residences.

It has a restaurant, a conference hall, open cottages and rooms for the night stay.

What is a party without music playing and videoke? Not a problem here!

Another pride of Sta. Filomena, Chelina Beach Resort.

Resort amenities to include room service and a swimming pool. Book this resort for your next family reunion or for that special wedding.

With a restuarant on site, they can cater delicious meals for your next business meeting, conference or family reunion.

Bucana Beach is your best choice if you want to take a dip in a mixture of river water and ocean water. The beach is near the Agus River not far away from Maria Cristina Falls.

Sabac and Halibas Beach. They’re smaller beaches but within them, you can find just that perfect spot for swimming. Or, if you just want to be away from it all.

Warm ocean water to cold spring water of Timoga. Ever tried going from warm ocean water to cold spring water? It’s exhilarating!

You can do both when you visit Iligan’s best pool resort, Timoga Resort. You choose…pool resort or beach in Timoga. Or, why choose at all when you can easily go to both.

Take a plunge in the cold pools, cross the street and dip in warm ocean water.

Be Here By Sunset

Are you looking for that perfect spot to watch the sunset?

One of the many great spots – Centennial Park.

It’s located along the coastline near the National Highway in Dalipuga. And why not go for a swim.

Bring the entire family. Have a picnic under the ‘talisay’ trees, feel the breeze, take a dip in the ocean…and make lots of memories.

And before you head home, just a few strides away, is the Hoyohoy restaurant. Try one of their local delicacies and take in the fresh smell of the ocean.

Go ahead swim, dine, and have lots of fun. But whatever you do, don’t miss the many things to do in Iligan, Iligan waterfalls, and if your the outdoorsy type, check out sporting in Iligan.

Come, join the many Iliganons celebrate Iligan fiesta in September!

When was the last time you went home? Isn’t it about time to rediscover the natural wonders Iligan City has to offer?