Being situated in the coastal municipality, Bolinao in Pangasinan has been blessed with a number of beautiful seaside natural wonders. Patar Rock Beach is one of those and the best thing about it is, it’s still unexplored by many. What makes Patar Beach a nice beach destination? It has a short strip of creamy white sand beach embracing the aquamarine water of the West Philippine Sea.
Rock Formations in Patar Beach
Apart from the beautiful sandy beach, Bolinao also has a beautiful spot called Patar Rock Beach. So, if you are sick and tired of your daily schedule and want to add some enjoyment and relaxation in your life, then pack your bag and head off to Bolinao. This place houses a number of destinations that will help you get rejuvenated.
Kubo for Rent in Patar Rock Beach
Reaching Patar Rock Beach in Bolinao is easy
As this place is not yet very sound in terms of infrastructure, you can reach this place via road only. Once in Bolinao town proper, just ride a tricycle and ask the driver to bring you to Patar Rock Beach. The tricycle ride from town center takes about 40 minutes. Once you reach there, take some rest and then get out to get submerged in the beauty of this place.
Nice beach in Patar Bolinao
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Patar Rock Beach in Bolinao
Aren’t you feeling curious to know more?
One of the most interesting areas at the Patar Beach is the rock-strewn outcrops. No, you don’t have to go far away from the main beach in order to experience them, the place is just few minutes tricycle drive from the white beach area. Once you reach the area, be a little careful while walking along, as these formations are quite coarse and bumpy. You might get hurt. You might call it a ‘dangerously beautiful’ place. If you are a photography enthusiast, then you would love the picturesque landscapes and enjoy taking photographs to the fullest.
Uncrowded Beach in Bolinao Pangasinan
So, get ready to fill your memory card with a number of amazing shots of this panoramic place. You will also get a chance to see the coral reef sprawl that extends near about 20-kilometers. Also, this is the home to the endangered taklobo (giant clamps) and trevally fish and king mackerel.
Melo Villareal in Patar Rock Beach
This place itself speaks about its biodiversity. The huts are available for rent and the whole set-up looks like a small village. There is a P50 entrance fee and they also allow overnight camping for only P300 per tent.
Other areas to explore near Patar Rock Beach
After visiting Patar Rock Beach, pay a visit to the Cape Bolinao Lighthouse and see the cultural heritage of Bolinao. This is the second tallest lighthouses in this region, which once guided the ships and vessels you made their way to the international boundaries for trade and other purposes. Though, the lighthouse is no longer in operation, it is still open to the visitors.