Baker's Hill is a famous hang out place in Palawan, known for their freshly baked goodies like hopia, munchies and crinkles. It is located on top of a...
The municipality of Cordova is a coastal town in the southern part of Mactan Island. Mactan Island is part of Cebu Province and is divided into Lapu-Lapu City and the municipality of Cordova. The town of Córdova was named after Córdoba, a province in Spain. Córdova became a municipality in 1864.
Cordova is known for its beautiful white-sand beaches and marine sanctuaries that are home to many kinds of exotic underwater flora and fauna.
Just 20 minutes from the Mactan International Airport, the Cordova Reef Village Resort is considered as one of the best 4-star hotels in the province of Cebu. The range of amenities and services at the resort include a well-equipped business center, top notch restaurants and bars, a host of fitness and recreational options and many more. With its elegant and cozy accommodations, plus the enticing waters and breathtaking views of the place, one will surely take pleasure staying at the Cordova Reef Village Resort.
Nestled on a sandy white stretch of Hilutungan Island is another popular tourist destination, the Island and Sun Beach Resort. The place offers a breathtaking panorama of the calm open sea and the neighboring islets across, and a captivating view of the sunrise and sunset. With a variety of water sports facilities and the gentle waters perfect for frolicking, Island and Sun Beach Resort is a haven for beach-lovers and nature-trippers to enjoy and have a good time.
Nalusuan Island Resort and Marine Sanctuary is the crowning glory of the Olango Reef in Cordova. It is a 30-minute ride away by pump boat from the main Island of Mactan. The resort boasts of its pristine crystal clear waters and far-stretching white sand beach. It also has a 260-meter wharf where one can bask in the rich marine life of the island. As a marine sanctuary, Nalusuan is committed to preserving and protecting its abundant aquatic resources.
The Cordovanhons’s way of celebrating their past is expressed through a dance-drama known as the Dinagat-Bakasi Festival. The festival depicts Cordova’s fishing lifestyle with the town's fishermen and their wives dancing in thanksgiving for the bounty of the sea. Using nets, bancas and fishing implements for props, they also dance in the streets to honor their patron saint, San Roque.