• Welcome to Siargao Islands

    Siargao is a tear-drop shaped island in the Philippine Sea situated 800 kilometers southeast of Manila in the province of Surigao del Norte.

  • Welcome to Siargao Islands

    Siargao is composed of 48 islands and islets-politically divided into nine municipalities.

  • Welcome to Siargao Islands

    Siargao is a tear-drop shaped island in the Philippine Sea situated 800 kilometers southeast of Manila in the province of Surigao del Norte.

  • Welcome to Siargao Islands

    Siargao municipalities: Burgos, Dapa, Del Carmen, Gen. luna, Pilar, San Benito, San Isidro, Santa Monica and Socorro.

  • Welcome to Siargao Islands

    Siargao Islands contains the largest mangrove forest reserves in Mindanao at Del Carmen.

Siargao airport gets facelift


Surigao City—Malacañang earmarked  P110-million from the President Aquino’s Social Fund  for the upgrading of an airport in Siargao, a world-reknown surfing haven.

The announcement was made during the official visit of DILG Secretary Manuel  Roxas and DOTC Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya to Siargao Island where they inspected   the island’s airport and the proposed runway exten
sion.

“This is Malacañang’s support to Rep. Francisco Matugas’ commitment to transform Siargao Island, famous for its world-class surfing area, into one of our country’s major tourism destinations. We take note of the increasing arrivals of foreign and domestic tourists and this is a very positive indication of a booming tourism in this part of the country,” said   Abaya.

Roxas promised to lobby for additional release of presidential funds to fast-track improvements in Siargao Island aimed at boosting the tourism businesses in the area. (manilastandardtoday)

Fabulous Beach Breaks


When it comes to finding a fabulous beach holiday, there are more than a few great destinations to tickle your fancy.

Spain is the stalwart of the holiday industry and the first choice for many beach bums the world over. From the vibrant Costas, home to such lively resorts as Benidorm, to the chic and upmarket surroundings of lovely Marbella, it's no wonder that Spain is still one of the most popular beach holiday destinations for UK holidaymakers.

You've also got the glorious Balearic Islands, a sun-drenched archipelago marooned just off the east coast of Spain. Here you've got family-friendly Majorca, which is famous for its many varied resorts - among them, the clubbing hotspot of Magaluf rubs shoulders with lively Palma Nova and the cosmopolitan capital, Palma. But it's not all hustle and bustle on the island of Majorca. There's sleepy Sa Coma and the lovely, traditional town of Soller that are laid-back, tranquil and just begging to be discovered.

As fabulous beach breaks go, the Greek islands must surely be near the top of your list. There's gorgeous Crete, the largest of the islands, which serves up a little bit of everything from sleepy villages and rural retreats to buzzing nightspots and bubbly beach resorts. There's Corfu, also known as the Emerald Isle, which is a must for families and a real treat in every sense of the world. Then there's the likes of Rhodes, a bewitching island that blends magnificent ancient monuments and soul-stirring historical ruins with modern resorts and a friendly vibe.

Talk about diversity! So whatever tickles your fancy this year - from holidays in marvelous Majorca and family breaks in Corfu to cheap Rhodes holidays 2013 - there's a fabulous beach break with your name on it. The only difficulty you'll have is deciding which one to choose.
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