Top 5 Best Tourist Spots in Bolinao, Pangasinan: 2024 Itinerary, Places to Visit, Travel Guide

1. Patar Beach

Patar Beach is definitely the top tourist spot in Bolinao, Pangasinan. Why not, the shoreline has a long stretch of fine white sand landscaped by greens and cottages on the side. On the other hand, the horizon that separates the crystal clear water and emerald seas from the blue sky is just an addition to the beautiful picturesque of the beach. The relaxing ambiance is preserved which can make your day a lazy-sunny day.

The stunning sunset, Patar Beach.

2. Bolinao Falls 1

It is a spectacular waterfalls in the middle of woods. It is always part of the itinerary of operated tours in the province because of its amazing landscape and relaxing ambiance. The cool blue green water is perfect for tired muscles. But, to reach this spot, visitors need to walk on a concrete stair with more than 50 steps, I think. Entrance fees are being collected.

3. Bolinao Falls 3

This gorgeous waterfalls is a few minutes travel from the falls 1. Though passing the rough road was a bit challenging, you will be rewarded with a wide open area surrounded by greens, landscaped with cottages. The pool perimeter here is longer and wider than the other falls in the area, so it is perfect for photo ops. Such an Instagram worthy place! Entrance fees are being collected.

4. Cape Bolinao Lighthouse

This historical landmark is situated on the highland area of the municipality. Constructed by the Filipino, British and American engineers in 1905, this lighthouse serves as a guide to the water vessels passing on the nearby waters. This lighthouse is one of the historical sites and one of the landmarks that is being maintained by the local tourism.

5. Enchanted Cave

A lot of tourist spots hides in Pangasinan but, the ENCHANTED CAVE is something that you shouldn't miss. Inside the cave is a pool with cool and crystal clear waters. There are stalactites and stalagmites in different forms - stunning background for groupies. Limited visitors are allowed inside the cave per interval. Also, tourists need to wear life jackets and must follow safety protocols inside to avoid accident. Entrance fees are being collected.