From “beautiful nature” to “beautiful structures”, Ilocos has a lot to offer. I have already shared with you our experience in the Cape Bojeador Lighthouse and Kapurpurawan Rock Formation. This time, I’ll write about more must-see places as we advance on the 2nd day of our Ilocos tour.
Bangui Wind Farm
Our next stop was the Bangui Wind Farm. The farm is composed of 20 windmills that produce electricity. All of them were lined up beautifully, facing the West Philippines Sea.
We stopped when we were on the Patapat Viaduct. In case you didn’t know, this is the 4th longest bridge in the Philippines. During our stop, we were able to take a look at the beautiful waters of the Pasaleng Bay.
Living up to its name, Blue Lagoon offers crystal blue waters for tourists to dive in. Fine white sand also added up to its beauty. Some say that its location used to be a secret. Today, it’s one of the tourist spots in Ilocos.
Bantay Abot Cave
This thing is not really a cave, but a hill with a peculiar hole through it. What makes it interesting for me is its location-a hill surrounded with rocks and water.
Pagudpud Welcome Arch
Well, that’s it for now. Next up will be the 3rd day of our excursion. Thanks for dropping by! 🙂
Have you seen a windmill before? How about a bridge noted for its characteristic? Let me know by leaving a comment below!