Camp Netanya Resort and Spa: Little Santorini in Batangas
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Feel like going to Greece? Why don’t you stop by Camp Netanya in the Philippines first?
(Mabini, Philippines) – The Ancient Greek culture has always been one of the best of its kind in the world. A lot of people would agree that the Ancient Greek Civilization was one of the greatest and the most advanced during its time—it flourished in agriculture, in fields of knowledge like rhetoric and philosophy, in governance and democracy, and in architecture.
In terms of architecture, Greek is notable for its colossal pillars, its curvy buildings, its semi-sphere-shaped roofing, its white façade—and a lot more.
Knowing this would make you want to visit the cities of Greece now, and you will be pleased to know that you don’t have to go out of the country to see Greek’s architectural brilliance—there’s a small place here in the Philippines that resembles Greece from soil to sky, and it can be called the Little Santorini of the country: Camp Netanya Resort and Spa (check rates), in Anilao, Batangas.
Camp Netanya is literally a resort by the sea, which only adds more to that Greek elegance. With the view of the beautiful sea in front of you, and the lush vegetation behind you, Camp Netanya is truly a paradise on Earth. Its proximity from the city makes it tranquil and suitable for sheer relaxation and romantic getaways. You can bring your own food here, and you can even ask for an outdoor grill, if that’s what you prefer.
Camp Netanya’s 2-floor white buildings resembling Greek architectural design also appear to be a very big mansion, so the resort gives off a feeling of privacy and seclusion; there’s also just a total of 10 rooms, so there’s no need to worry about overcrowding or noisy neighbors. Facing the sea also means that you only get to breathe in the freshest air, aside from getting a healthy amount of sunshine.
Facilities and amenities include a car park, an outdoor pool that overlooks the sea (there’s also a kiddy pool), and non-motorized water sports. Wireless Internet connection is also available. Anilao is also one of the best diving spots in the country, so you may choose to temporarily explore Batangas’ diving spots while you have the time.
Camp Netanya (hotel info) Resort in Anilao, Batangas is just a few hours from Manila. Catch a bus bound to Batangas in bus terminals in Cubao/Buendia. From the stop you can ride a jeepney to Mabini, Batangas. Go down to the Mabini Crossing, and from there you can take a trike to Camp Netanya Resort. The local drivers will take you there.
Rooms here start at only Php 5,940 (check availability), which is a reasonable price for such a magnificent resort. You can book a room via Agoda, and it is highly recommended that you book in advance. Camp Netanya is quite famous, so the hotel is always fully-booked.
Once you get a room in Camp Netanya ( Book Now via Agoda), make sure to get ready for one of the best vacations—in Philippines’ Little Santorini—of your life.
How to get there
- Camp Netanya Resort (hotel info) in Mabini, Batangas is just a few hours from Manila.
- Catch a bus bound to Batangas in various bus terminals located in Cubao QC and Buendia / Taft Ave in Manila.
- Upon arriving in Batangas City, you can ride a jeepney to Mabini, Batangas.
- Go down to the Mabini Crossing, and from there you can take a trike to Camp Netanya Resort. The tricycle drivers will take you there.
BY PRIVATE VEHICLE
- Get on Metro Manila Skyway from Magallanes EDSA then Continue driving to the City of Lipa
- Take the exit toward Lipa City from Batangas – Quezon Rd/Calabarzon Expressway.
- Continue on Batangas – Quezon Rd/President Jose P. Laurel Hwy.
- Take Makalintal Ave to Bauan – Mabini Rd/Mabini Circumferential Rd in Mabini
Camp Netanya Resort & Spa
Address: Brgy Ligaya, Bauan – Mabini Rd, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines
Telephone Number: 0927 914 8143 / 0927 895 4092
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