16 FUNtastic Places Why You Should Visit Medellin, Cebu

It’s summertime once again! Surely most of you are scratching off your feet for another memorable moments under the sun, swimming at the beach, hop for an Island and the like.

So when we thought of summer, people would always be delighted to look forward for getaways, escapade, fun. Whilst just don’t forget to prepare your sun screen protection for the heat of the sun.

Anyhow, are you looking for a nice place where to getaway in Cebu? The fact there’s many to mention however if you find it more convenient at the Northern part of Cebu, why not go to Medellin? Accommodation and beach resorts you would discover it there.

Actually I have done blog series about this town and hope you’ll get the chance to check on my other posts about the following:

  1. Discovering Funtastic Medellin – it describes a long lost home;
  2. Gibitngil Island, Medellin, Cebu: The Unforgettable GetAway – the unforgotten escapade;
  3. Unexpected Visit To Palms Inn And Beach Resort At Mahawak, Medellin, Cebu – a complimentary visit.

Both shares about my experiences in the wonders of Cebu’s Eco-Tourism Capital, Medellin. One (1) article is not enough of describing the wondrous town — for the reason it’s the fun and excitement in every traveler that shouldn’t be missed.

MEDELLIN CEBU PROVINCE

Important Facts

Did you know that Medellin is known as the sugar bowl of Cebu? BoMedCo Sugar Mill (Bogo Medellin Milling Company) a publicly-listed company operating under the food, beverage and tobacco sector has been in the business for long period of time. It is located in Barangay Luy-a, Medellin, Cebu.

It was incorporated to manufacture centrifugal raw sugar with molasses as its by-product. It has one wholly-owned subsidiary, BOMEDCO Agricultural Corporation was established to develop and cultivate private agricultural lands, to harvest, preserve, pack and sell the products of said lands.

Anyway, below you would find photos of the topmost visited places where you could also take pleasure of the nice attractions in Medellin, Cebu.


1. SEAHORSE TOURIST INN OF MEDELLIN

Enjoy the white sand beach and get to play with the crystal clear water. Initially built in 2002 as a private resort for the family of Col. Stim Muasque but eventually evolved into accommodating visitors. Rooms perfect view from the balcony – Lapu-Lapu (Family Room): Good for 4 persons @ Php 2,000; Danggit, Bangus, Alimango, Revo, Camry, Altis, Grandia: Good for 2 persons @ Php 1,700 per night for air-conditioned room. An additional charge of Php200 (adult) and Php100 (kid) for an excess of required persons.

Social Media: Facebook page
Website : http://seahorsetouristinn.tripod.com
Contact Info: (032) 436 – 2091;  (0921) 742-6932
Email address: SeahorseMedellin@yahoo.com; linda.espinosa@yahoo.com; jim_munasque@yahoo.com

SEAHORSE TOURIST INN OF MEDELLIN(Photo taken from Facebook page)


2. PALMS SEASIDE INN AND RESORT

A serene and private beach resort which is located at Nipa beach, Mahawak, Medellin, Cebu. It has one swimming pool, spacious rooms with executive air-conditioned rooms and 10 deluxe rooms. Room rates ranges from Php 1,000 -Php 2,500.00. It has front and back balcony but varies it’s view. At the front you’ve got to catch the overlooking sea view and come to witness the Dancing Sun. At the back where you could see nature. Good amenities, decent kitchen and an inviting dining area. They also serve variety of meals. For your inquiries, bookings & reservations just consider the details below.

Telefax: 032-436-2275
Mobile no: (0917) 9595278 (Ms. Gigi) and or (0917) 8419293
Email address: palmsseasideinandresort@yahoo.com

Read this postUnexpected Visit To Palms Inn And Beach Resort At Mahawak, Medellin, Cebu

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3. LEA’S SUNSET VIEW BEACH RESORT

Looking for total place of relaxation right at the beach, this resort is the ideal location. Located at Barangay Kawit, Medellin, Cebu. Contact No. +63 (032) 436-2101.

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(Photo taken from www.medellin.gov.ph)


4. KAWIT SHORELINE

The beach shoreline is free for everyone. If you’re on a tight budget, renting a room can be a burden and or thinking of ways for a unique accommodation right at the shore, why not lay your tent(s) and stay outdoor. You can get along with the friendly Kawit locals there.

KAWIT SHORELINE


5. MAHAWAK SHORELINE

Just like in the neighboring barangay of Kawit, this shore is also appeared in white sand powdery beach. If you’re on a tight budget, worry less because Mahawak shoreline is free. Locals there are very friendly and getting around will be just fine. 🙂

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6. MERCEDES VILLAGE AND COUNTRY CLUB

Get to enjoy and relax at the older Mercedes Plantation Golf Course and Country Club an International standards which attracts tourists, especially Koreans. With 145 guestrooms (with private bathroom) and suites features casual comfort amid pool and garden views or ocean vistas. Includes amenities: satellite TV, tea/coffee facilities and hair dryers, Air-conditioned and or Electric fan rooms, WIFI. It has wide land area golf course with a computerized irrigation system keeping the green in good condition – the course still playable even on rainy days.

Location: Dayhagon, Medellin, Cebu Island, Philippines.
Contact numbers: (032)-516-0900; (032)-513-0841; (032)-513-0842

MERCEDES VILLAGE AND COUNTRY CLUB(Photo taken from alamercedesgv.wix.com)


7. HIDEAWAY

Another attraction for travelers to discover in the town of Medellin. This unique resort is located in a once remote and rocky beach in Brgy. Tindog. It’s a long pathway of a half-kilometer stretch of bamboo footbridge that connects the resort to a not so distant cottage. Affordable cottages available, a 500-meter bamboo walk that rests on a rock, slides, videoke, snorkeling and kayaking.

HideAway Medellin Cebu(Photo taken from www.excitecebu.com)


8. GIBITNGIL ISLAND

Another destination a must discover in Medellin, Cebu – the promising Island with its unique nature crafted, nice diving spots and clear water, it’s called the Funtastic Island. Nestled on top of series of rock formations just few meters from the island’s shore and is interconnected with concrete foot bridges — are the main attractions at the islet. Truly a magnificent place. There’s also ziplining – added for more adventure moments at the islet.

Actual Rates in Funtastic Island – Gibitngil, Medellin
  • Budget Entrance Fee: Php 10.00 per head
  • Small Cottages: A Php 50.00
  • Small Cottages: B Php 75.00
  • Small Cottages: C Php 150.00
  • Medium kiosk w/ diving board: Php 200.00
  • Medium cottages with grill area: Php 200.00
  • Big kiosk on top: Php 250.00

Gibitngil residents/locals are on call during Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays except holidays. For reservations, please call the Mayor’s Office at 4362031 or text 09176234925. Or you may contact mobile no. 0920-4636724.

Read this postGibitngil Island, Medellin, Cebu: The Unforgettable GetAway

GIBITNGIL ISLAND IMAGE


9. DAGUSUNGAN RIVER

Where one can engage in kayaking for a more intimate interaction with nature. You can explore its magnificent mangrove forest and get to choose two different river routes, each having a different rewarding experience.

Dagusungan River medellin cebuPhoto taken from (http://tunobtuslobtilaw.blogspot.com)


10. DAYHAGANON CANAL

A man-made waterway built during the Spanish Period. This artificial water channel spans 1.5 kilometers to connect Medellin’s eastern seaboard to the west. The past decades saw the growth of a rich ecosystem at the waterway with mangroves filling both sides and birds nesting at the mangrove forest. The place isaccessible by bancas and kayaks, travel through Dayhagon Canal offers both tranquility and joy.

DayhagonCanalPhoto taken from (http://medellin.gov.ph/index.asp)


11. DISCOVERY REEF

For underwater explorers, a great adventure awaits you in this place. The great reef is a coral garden that stretches from Polambato canal to the water boundary of Daanbantayan.

DiscoveryReefPhoto taken from (http://medellin.gov.ph/index.asp)


12. FLOATING COTTAGE

Ideal venue exclusively dating in a diner and get together with families and friends uniquely designed and situated at the bay. If you want to relax and be away from the bustle city, why would you try to hang-out in this place?

13. WATCH TOWER

An ideal venue for exclusive parties with families and friends, or to relax and be away from the hustle city life.

Watchtower and FloatingCottagePhoto taken from (http://medellin.gov.ph/index.asp)


14. ZIPAWAY

Situated on top a scenic hill offers a thrilling one way zipline ride with a taste of fresh air and pure adrenalin rush. Located in Barangay Caputatan Norte, Medellin. It is a municipal-owned eco-adventure park. Which explains why they have so affordable zipline and Tarzan jump rates. Zipline will only cost you P50, while Tarzan jump is only P25.  

ZIPAWAY MEDELLIN CEBU IMAGE


15. CABLE CAR

Just a short trip but you’ll get to enjoy the heights and wonderful tapestry of wide sugarcane fields and coco trees.

CABLE CAR MEDELLIN CEBU


16. TARZAN JUMP

However creates a different excitement. It is a swing contraption, where one is fastened to a safety harness and will be dropped from a platform and swung to the air at almost 180 degrees, depending on your own weight, since the law of physics is applied for this ride.

TARZAN JUMP MEDELLIN CEBUPhoto taken from http://medellin.gov.ph/index.asp


Actually it’s not only 16 Funtastic Places but there’s lot more fun in Medellin, Cebu! How about the foods? 🙂

GIBITNGIL ISLANDS GRILL

How to get there?

Medellin is a 3-hour long ride from Mactan International Airport or at the North Bus Terminal. Ceres Bus and V-hire are available at the terminal located in Subangdaku, Mandaue City. To note, make sure you ride the Bus via “Kawit” route because it will take you directly to the town of Medellin. Bus fare is P135.


Reminder: For more inquiries and to further your journey in the town of Medellin you may consider visiting their official website at www.medellin.gov.ph. Please note: Fare rate and tariff rates may change in recent time.

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