If Aloguinsan, Cebu isn’t in your list of must-visit places, you better think again. The town wouldn’t be tagged “Tropical Town, Jewel in the Midwest, My Place in the Sun and Ecotourism Capital of Cebu” for no apparent reason.
Aloguinsan, a municipality that belongs to the 3rd district, used to be just a small fishing village of Pinamungajan until it was officially recognized as a town in 1886. Every June, the town locals celebrate “Kinsan Festival” to commemorate how Aloguinsan came about. Aloguinsan was derived from the name Kinsan – a fish abundant in the southwestern waters.
Aloguinsan is made up of fifteen barangays namely: Angilan, Bojo, Bonbon, Esperanza, Kandingan, Kantabogon, Kawasan, Olango, Poblacion, Punay, Rosario, Saksak, Tampa-an, Toyokon and Zaragosa.
Now, here’s three attractions in Aloguinsan to convince you that this town is worth a visit!
Heading to Aloguinsan? Before you go, don’t forget to charge your camera and bring an extra battery just in case. We’re telling you: You’re up to an adventure-loaded day.