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Hotels Resorts - Zambales & Subic, Philippines

Subic BayZambales is boarded by Pangasinan, Tarlac, Bataan, Pampanga and the South China Sea on the West, with 173 Kilometers of coastline. On the west are the Zambales mountains. Iba is the capital. Zambales is perfectly suited for visitors seeking an authentic view of the Philippines without going too far from Manila. Zambales has a natural beauty of it’s surroundings. It’s a favorite place during the holidays and its better to make a reservation during those months. There are many resorts to find in Zambales and Subic. Zambales is fast becoming a popular destination for Europeans, Scandanavians and North-Americans. The Zambales coastline is most famous for its sandy beaches and deep blue sea teeming with coral reefs and has beautiful mountains and rivers. Major industries are farming, fishing, and mining. The Olongapo area, once the site of the biggest U.S. naval base in AsiSubic Baya, is fast developing into an industrial and tourism zone under the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority.
Subic town sits at the north end of Subic Bay and is located about 10 km north of the Subic Bay Freeport Zone. The freeport is on the former site of a US Naval Base and is host to many tourist attractions which include casinos, beach resorts, diving/snorkelling, parks, beachside huts and cottages and historical artifacts. Subic town itself has few beach resorts and currently no casinos. With the opening of the Subic - Clark - Tarlac Expressway is the travel time only 2 hours from Manila.


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Resorts and Hotels Zambales

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Isla Vista Beach Resort is a place where the sea, the  mountains,
and the provincial life are one. 5 hours (249 kilometers) from Manila and 2 and a half  hours  from Subic Bay. There is a 130 meters wide beach front with a natural
rustic ambiance.

Located at the coastal tip of Uacon River, entrance to China Sea, within oasis of coconut trees, pine trees, and mango trees. It's a natural sea and landscape setting. A private and tranquil unexplored place that is 500 meters away from the National Highway.

Nestled in a small bay just a short boat ride across from the famous Potipot Island.

 

Located at Barangay Sabang, Sta. Cruz,  Zambales, about 7 kilometers south of the town of Sta.Cruz.

Camp J. Paul is located in Santa Rita, Masinloc. Situated in a 2-hectare campus, surrounded by century-old Zambales mango trees whose fruits are famous all over the world for its sweetness.

 

Its situated on a 3- hectare property in front of a very wide beach. The rooms and suites are nestled in an island like seaside setting with lots of trees and amenities.

 

Located at the 208 km road marker North of Iba, Palmera Garden Hotel and Beach Resort Philippines is is the only three star Philippine Resort in Iba.

An inland resort and eco-tourism park beside a distinct river, about 400 meters  or a 2 - 4 minutes walking distance to the fine long pristine beach of the South China Sea.  It is a kilometer away from the center of Iba.

 

 

The beach resort is fronting the South China Sea.

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