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Basic information about Central_Visayas
Central Visayas (Filipino: Gitnang Kabisayaan) is a region of the Philippines, designated as Region VII. It is located in the central part of the Visayas island group, and comprises three provinces: Bohol, Cebu, and Siquijor; and three highly urbanized cities: Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu, and Mandaue. Cebu City is the regional center. The region is dominated by the native speakers of Cebuano. The land area of the region is 10,102 square kilometres (3,900 sq mi) and with a population of 5,513,514 people. In 2015, the region was redefined, when Region VII lost the province of Negros Oriental to the newly formed Negros Island Region. Prior to this, the region had a population of {{safesubst:#property:P1082}} at the , with an area of 15,875 square kilometres (6,129 sq mi). . In the 2013 election, it had {{safesubst:#property:P1,831}} registered voters.
Cities, towns & villages in Central Visayas
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Cebu City Show Cebu Cityon the map
DumagueteDumaguete, officially City of Dumaguete (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Dumaguete; Hiligaynon: Dakbanwa/Syudad sang Dumaguete; Filipino: Lungsod ng Dumaguete) and often referred to as Dumaguete City, is a component city in the province of Negros Oriental in the Philippines. It is the capital, principal seaport and most populous city of the province. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 131,377 people. The city is nicknamed The City of Gentle People. Show Dumagueteon the map
LobocLoboc is a in the province of Philippines. It is 25 kilometres (16 mi) east of Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Lobocon the map
BatuanBatuan is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Batuan is 51 km (32 miles) from Tagbilaran, and is located in the interior part of the island. It is accessible via the national road or the provincial road. It marches with Sagbayan to the north, with Bilar to the south, with Carmen and Valencia to the east, and with Catigbian and Balilihan to the west. Show Batuanon the map
Mandaue CityMandaue, officially the City of Mandaue (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Mandaue; Filipino: Lungsod ng Mandaue) and often referred to as Mandaue City, is a in the region of Philippines. It is one of three highly urbanized cities on Cebu island and forms a part of the Cebu Metropolitan area. Mandaue City is located on the central-eastern coastal region of Cebu; its southwest coast borders the northeast of Mactan Island, where Lapu-Lapu City is located. Mandaue is connected to Mactan Island via two bridges: the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge and Marcelo Fernan Bridge, and is bounded south and the west by the provincial capital, Cebu City, and north by Consolacion, to which it is linked by the Cansaga Bay Bridge. The ci Show Mandaue Cityon the map
Tagbilaran CityTagbilaran is a in the island province of Philippines, serving as its capital. Its income classification has an annual income of ₱240-320 million. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Tagbilaran Cityon the map
Bien UnidoBien Unido is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The \"Bien Unido Double Barrier Reef Marine Park\" is the first underwater pilgrimage in Asia, established in 2012. It is situated along the Danajon Bank. Show Bien Unidoon the map
PanglaoPanglao is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of , 18 kilometres (11 mi) from Tagbilaran. In the election, it had registered voters. It is one of two municipalities that make up (the other being Dauis), and its territory also includes the three smaller islands of Balicasag, Gak‑ang, and Pontod (or Pungtud, also known as Virgin Island). Panglao is known for its diving locations and tourist resorts. Show Panglaoon the map
Lapu-Lapu CityLapu-Lapu, officially the City of Lapu-Lapu (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Lapu-Lapu, Filipino: Lungsod ng Lapu-Lapu) and formerly called Opon, is a in the region of Philippines. It is one of the cities that make up Metro Cebu in the Philippines. It is geographically located in the province of Cebu, administratively independent from the province but grouped under Cebu by the Philippine Statistics Authority. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Lapu-Lapu Cityon the map
MinglanillaMinglanilla is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Minglanilla lies within Metro Cebu. It is known as the \"Sugat Capital of the South\". (Sugat in Cebuano means meeting.) The Kabanhawan (Cebuano for \"Resurrection\") festival is held annually on Easter Sunday. Show Minglanillaon the map
CorellaCorella is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It is located 10 km (6.2 mi) northeast of Tagbilaran. It may have been named after a town in the province of Navarre in northern Spain. The people of Corella are predominantly conservative Roman Catholics belonging to the parish of Our Lady of El Villar whose feast is celebrated on 27 April. Show Corellaon the map
CatmonCatmon is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It is located along the coast of the Camotes Sea, 57 km (35 mi) north of Cebu City. Bounded on the north by Sogod; on the south by Carmen; on the west by Tuburan; and on the east by Camotes Sea, Catmon's topography is generally mountainous and hilly but patches of flat lands can be found along the coastline and portion of the poblacion. Show Catmonon the map
BogoBogo (Filipino: Lungsod ng Bogo; Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Bogo;), officially the City of Bogo, and often referred to as Bogo City, established in 2007, is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Bogoon the map
TudelaTudela is a on Camotes Island in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of so making it the least populous municipality in the province. In the election, it had registered voters. Tudela is eight kilometres (5 mi) east of the town center of Poro. Along with the town of Poro, Tudela is located on Poro Island. The town celebrates the fiesta of parish patron Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception each 8 December. Show Tudelaon the map
MedellinMedellin is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Medellinon the map
SibongaSibonga is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Sibonga has begun developing the town to become more industrial while still preserving its natural bounty. Sibonga is abundant in root crops, corn, rice, coconuts among others. The public market is held every Saturday in Poblacion. Sibonga also now has Sibonga Community College which offers 4-year courses to its inhabitants. Show Sibongaon the map
LoayLoay is a in the province of Philippines located at the mouth of the Loboc River. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The town can be divided into a lower and an upper part. The lower part used to be called Canipa‑an because of the presence of nipa swamps in this part of the town, while the upper part is named Ibabao, being located on a plateau. Show Loayon the map
PinamungahanPinamungajan (also Pinamungahan) is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Pinamungahanon the map
Tuburan Show Tuburanon the map
JagnaJagna is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Like Tagbilaran, Jagna is a port town. Ferries travel daily to and from other islands. Routes to Mindanao are available via Cagayan de Oro and Butuan. The island of Camiguin is visible from Jagna and a ferry operates from Jagna to the port of Balbagon in peak season. Show Jagnaon the map
ToledoCity of Toledo (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Toledo; Filipino: Lungsod ng Toledo), formerly known as Pueblo Hinulawan is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. On 18 June 1960 Toledo became a chartered city under Republic Act No. 2688 Show Toledoon the map
MoalboalMoalboal is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Extending as a peninsula on the south-western tip of Cebu, Moalboal is bordered to the west by the Tañon Strait. From the western shoreline, Negros Island can be seen. Moalboal is between the towns of Alcantara and Badian, located 89 kilometres (55 mi) from Cebu City, about 2½ hours by bus. Show Moalboalon the map
GinatilanGinatilan is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Local delicacies include palagsing, tinumpi, and kinugay, made from buli tree. Every March is annual festival in honor of the patron St. Gregory the Great. Livelihoods include farming, fishing, government, and business. Show Ginatilanon the map
Santa FeSanta Fe is a on Bantayan Island in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Santa Feon the map
DumanjogDumanjug is a in the province of Philippines, 73 kilometres (45 mi) south of Cebu City. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Dumanjogon the map
CatigbianCatigbian is a in the province of Philippines, located 35 kilometres (22 mi) north of Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Catigbian is an interior town north of Balilihan, south of Sagbayan and Tubigon, east of San Isidro and west of Batuan. Show Catigbianon the map
BantayanBantayan is a on Bantayan Island in the province of Philippines. It is located 136 kilometres (85 miles) by road and sea from Cebu City. According to the , it has a population of , making it the island's most populous town as well as the largest. In the election, it had registered voters. Show Bantayanon the map
VallehermosoVallehermoso is a third class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 36,943 people. It is situated just between the border lines of both Oriental and Occidental Negros. It is in the center of three cities: 29 kilometres (18 mi) north from the City Of Guihulngan, 21 kilometres (13 mi) south from the city of San Carlos, 29 kilometres (18 mi) west from the City of Canlaon. Show Vallehermosoon the map
ConsolacionConsolacion is a in the province of Philippines. It is about 12 1⁄2 kilometres (7.8 mi) from Cebu City, within Metro Cebu, and stretches some 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from north to south with 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) at its widest. Consolacion is bounded on the north by Liloan, Cebu, on the south by the city of Mandaue, on the west by the Mactan Channel and on the east by the city of Cebu. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Consolacionon the map
LarenaLarena is a in the province of Philippines and serves as its provincial capital. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Larena's port is the gateway to and largest port on Siquijor Island. It can accommodate ships up to 1000 tons and is serviced by five shipping companies, providing passenger and cargo service to Cebu City, Tagbilaran in Bohol, Dumaguete City in Negros Oriental, and Plaridel, Misamis Occidental. Show Larenaon the map
CalapeCalape is a in the province of Philippines, 41 kilometres (25 mi) north of Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The first settlers of Calape were said to be migrants from Cebu, and from other municipalities of Bohol. Its name is derived from cape, referring to either a species of rattan or to the local varietal of coffee, Kape Barako, both of which still grow abundantly there to this day. Show Calapeon the map
AlburquerqueAlburquerque is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The town is colloquially known as \"Albur\". Formerly Alburquerque had one of the longest and heaviest pythons in captivity, with a length of 23 ft (7.0 m), weighing 620 lb (280 kg) and with a girth of 34 in (860 mm). This female python died in 2013, but the mounted creature is still exhibited. Show Alburquerqueon the map
ValenciaValencia is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It is on the southern coast of Bohol, 42 kilometres (26 mi) from Tagbilaran. There are elementary schools in the poblacion and in the barrios. For their secondary education, students go to Valencia High School, a public school. Valencia is the birthplace of former Executive Secretary Juan Pajo. Show Valenciaon the map
Ubay Show Ubayon the map
BalilihanBalilihan is a in the province of Philippines. Balilihan is located 22 kilometres (14 mi) northeast of Tagbilaran through Cortes (via CPG North Avenue), or 20 kilometres (12 mi) northeast through Corella (via J.A. Clarin Street). It has the fourth largest land area of the province, with 150 square kilometres (58 sq mi) of land. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Balilihanon the map
CandijayCandijay is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Candijay is home to the Bohol Island State University (BISU) School of Fisheries, offering college courses related to modern fishing methods and fish preservation. It also has educational facilities for elementary and secondary levels in almost all barangays of the municipality. Show Candijayon the map
ValenciaValencia is a first class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. It is located 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) west of Dumaguete City, the largest city and capital of the province. According to the national 2015 census, it has a population of 34,852 people. The municipality was voted as \"the greenest and cleanest\" town of Negros Oriental in 2007. The mayor of Valencia is Edgar Teves, who was elected in 2013. Show Valenciaon the map
San RemigioSan Remigio (local pronunciation: is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. San Remigio celebrates its annual fiestas on 15 and 16 May in honor of their patron saints, San Isidro Labrador and San Juan Nepomuceno. The parish had just had their 150th anniversary since it has been founded in the year 1864. Show San Remigioon the map
PilarPilar is a on Camotes Islands in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The municipality is contiguous with Ponson Island, one of the four Camotes Islands in the Camotes Sea (along with Pacijan Island, Poro Island, and Tulang Island). The island is about 10.6 kilometres (6.59 mi) long and 3.7 kilometres (2.30 mi) wide. Show Pilaron the map
SikatunaSikatuna is a in the province of Philippines, 17 kilometres (11 mi) from Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It has a total area of , making it the smallest municipality in Bohol. The town is named after Datu Sikatuna, the ancient chieftain of Bohol, although there is no evidence he lived in the area. Show Sikatunaon the map
DaanbantayanDaanbantayan is a in the province of Philippines, the northern tip of Cebu island. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Daanbantayan celebrates the Haladaya Festival every Easter Sunday and ends with a street-dancing on the seventh day after Easter, in honor of Datu Daya, the legendary founder of the town. Show Daanbantayanon the map
DimiaoDimiao is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The municipality of Dimiao, including its church and municipal hall, lies alongside the C.P.G. circumferential road on the southern coast of the island, about 36 kilometres (22 mi) east of Tagbilaran. Show Dimiaoon the map
TalisayTalisay, officially the City of Talisay and often referred to as Talisay City, is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Primarily a residential and trading center, Talisay lies within the Metro Cebu area. The name of Talisay is taken from the magtalisay tree which is abundant in the city. Show Talisayon the map
SagbayanSagbayan is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Its main attraction is Sagbayan Peak, which is a tourism site with \n* fast food outlet \n* observation platform \n* children's playground overlooking a scenic valley. While some similar hill formations are visible, it is not within the main Chocolate Hills area. Show Sagbayanon the map
BariliBarili is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Barili is located 61 km (38 mi) southwest of Cebu City. It borders on Dumanjug to the south; to the north with Aloguinsan; to the east with Carcar and Sibonga; and to the west lies the Tañon Strait. Its main tourist attraction is the . Show Barilion the map
AntequeraAntequera is a in the province of Philippines, at 18 kilometres (11 mi) north of Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Popular places of interest in Antequera are the weekly basket market and Mag-Aso Falls. The Mag-Aso falls, whose cascading waters run into natural pools, were greatly altered by the 2013 Bohol earthquake and even more so by flash floods caused by Tropical Storm Seniang in December 2014. Show Antequeraon the map
PoroPoro is a on Camotes Islands in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Poro, along with the municipality of Tudela, is located on Poro Island of the Camotes Islands. The patronal feast of Poro is celebrated on the third Friday of January, in honour of the Santo Niño de Cebu. Show Poroon the map
AlcoyAlcoy is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It is 93 km (58 mi) from Cebu City, and is bounded by the municipalities of Dalaguete to the north, Boljoon to the south, Badian and Alegria to the west; with Cebu Strait to the east. It is named after Alcoy in Spain. Show Alcoyon the map
BoljoonBoljoon (also Boljo-on) is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Boljoon has a total land area of . It is bounded to the north by Alcoy, to the west by Malabuyoc, to the south by Oslob, and to the east by Bohol Strait. Show Boljoonon the map
BalambanBalamban is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Mount Manunggal in barangay Magsaysay (formerly Sunog) is the site of the plane crash on 17 March 1957 in which died President Ramon Magsaysay, 17 of his presidential staff, and some news correspondents. Show Balambanon the map
DalagueteDalaguete is a in the province of Philippines, located 84 kilometres (52 mi) south of Cebu city. It is bounded on the north by Argao, on the south by Alcoy, on the west by the municipalities of Badian and Alegria and on the east by the Bohol Strait. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Dalaguete is home to Cebu's highest summit, the Osmeña Peak. Show Dalagueteon the map
AliciaAlicia is a in the province of Philippines, at 103 kilometres (64 mi) from Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It was formerly part of Mabini and was known as Batuanan (or Batuanon). Alicia celebrates its town fiesta on 26 July in honor of Saint Joachim. Show Aliciaon the map
BadianBadian is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Badian is 98 km (61 mi) southwest of Cebu City. It is bounded to the north by Moalboal, to the south by Alegria, to the east by Dalaguete and Argao, and to the west by the Tañon Strait. Show Badianon the map
TabuelanTabuelan is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Tabuelan is bordered to the north by the town of San Remigio, to the west is the Tañon Strait, to the east are the towns of Borbon and Sogod, and to the south is Tuburan. Show Tabuelanon the map
TalibonTalibon is a in the province of Philippines. It lies on the middle of the northern coast of Bohol, 115 kilometres (71 mi) from Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Talibon is the seat of the diocese of Talibon and is the resident town of the bishop. Show Talibonon the map
CordovaCordova (also spelled Cordoba) is a in the province of Philippines. Most of Cordova lies on separate islands off the southern coast of Mactan Island. It is connected to the main island of Mactan by two bridges with a third to be opened by 2020. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Cordovaon the map
TaponTapon is one of the 44 barangays of the municipality of Ubay, in the province of Bohol, Philippines. The total land area is 153 hectares (380 acres). According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had 1,682 registered voters, meaning that % of the population are aged 18 and over. It is generally believed that fewer than half its inhabitants were born in Tapon. Tapon celebrates its annual fiesta on 29 June in honor of their patron saint, Saint Peter. Show Taponon the map
TrinidadTrinidad is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The town was named after Trinidad Roxas, the wife of President Manuel Roxas, and the town is also known for Kawasan Falls and Batungay cave. Show Trinidadon the map
NagaNaga, officially called the City of Naga and often referred to as Naga City, is a city in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The city of Naga lies within the Cebu metropolitan area. Show Nagaon the map
CarcarCarcar, officially the City of Carcar (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Carcar; Filipino Lungsod ng Carcar), is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Carcar lies within Metro Cebu area. Show Carcaron the map
AsturiasAsturias is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It is bounded by Tuburan in the north; Balamban in the south, Danao city in the east and by the Tañon Strait in the west. Show Asturiason the map
BaclayonBaclayon is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The town is the home town of multi-award-winning actor Cesar Montano, and accomplished physicist Caesar Saloma. Show Baclayonon the map
AloguinsanAloguinsan is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. By road is 59 km (37 mi) southwest of Cebu City. Aloguinsan public market is held at the top of the beach. Show Aloguinsanon the map
CortesCortes is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It is about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northeast of Tagbilaran. Its nearest neighbor along the national highway to the north is the town of Maribojoc. Located high up on a plateau, the town occupies a total land area of . Show Corteson the map
DueroDuero is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It may have been named after the Douro (Duero) in the Iberian peninsula. Roman Catholicism was introduced to the town in 1860 by a Spanish priest. Duero was established as a municipality two years later, and a convent was constructed in 1868. Show Dueroon the map
MansasaBarangay Mansâsâ is one of the 15 districts or barangays of Tagbilaran City, capital of the province of Bohol, in the Philippines. It is located on the southern part of the city, just a minute ride from the city proper. It is bordered on the north by Barangay Dampas, Bool to the east, Poblacion 1 and 2 on the west, and by the Tagbilaran Strait to the south. Mansâsâ is one of the smallest barangays in the city with an area of only 82.9 hectares. Show Mansasaon the map
JetafeGetafe (also spelt Jetafe) is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Getafe and surrounding areas suffered moderate-to-severe damage to houses, churches, and other structures in the 2013 Bohol earthquake, which caused approximately 130 fatalities in total. Show Jetafeon the map
CarmenCarmen is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It comprises 29 barangays with an area of 248 square kilometres (96 sq mi). Show Carmenon the map
DanaoDanao is a in the province of Philippines, located 95 km (59 mi) northeast of Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Danaoon the map
DanaoDanao is a in the province of Philippines, located 95 km (59 mi) northeast of Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Danaoon the map
Loon Show Loonon the map
LiloanLiloan (also spelled Lilo‑an) is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Liloan lies within Metro Cebu. Show Liloanon the map
ClarinClarin is a in the province of Philippines, located 61 km (38 mi) from Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Clarinon the map
SogodSogod is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It is 61 kilometres (38 mi) north of Cebu City. Show Sogodon the map
CompostelaCompostela is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Compostela is within the Metro Cebu area. Show Compostelaon the map
SamboanSamboan is a in the province of Philippines, 150 kilometres (93 mi) south of Cebu City. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Samboanon the map
San FernandoSan Fernando is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. San Fernando lies within Metro Cebu. Show San Fernandoon the map
MaribojocMaribojoc is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The town has a land area of . The first language spoken is Cebuano, with a Boholano dialect, however English and Filipino are often also spoken and understood. Fishing and agriculture are the two main sources of livelihood. Show Maribojocon the map
Danao Show Danaoon the map
San FranciscoSan Francisco is a on Camotes Islands in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show San Franciscoon the map
DauinDauin, officially the Municipality of Dauin (Cebuano: Lungsod sa Dauin; Filipino: Bayan ng Dauin) is a fourth-class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental in Negros Island Region, Philippines. It is bordered on the north by Bacong, on the south by Zamboanguita, and on the west a mountain range separates it from Santa Catalina. The municipality is a coastal town, the Bohol Sea forming its eastern border. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 27,786 people. Show Dauinon the map
Enrique VillanuevaEnrique Villanueva is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Enrique Villanuevaon the map
BuenavistaBuenavista is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Buenavistaon the map
MalabuyocMalabuyoc is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Malabuyocon the map
AlcantaraAlcantara is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Alcantaraon the map
San JuanSan Juan is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show San Juanon the map
TabogonTabogon is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Tabogonon the map
MabinayMabinay, officially the Municipality of Mabinay (Cebuano: Lungsod sa Mabinay; Filipino: Bayan ng Mabinay) is a first-class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental in Negros Island Region, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 78,864 inhabitants, making it the most-populous municipality in Negros Oriental. Its location roughly halfway between Bacolod and Dumaguete makes it the regional center of the Negros Island Region, along with neighbouring Kabankalan City to its north-west in Negros Occidental. Show Mabinayon the map
CoganCarmen is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Coganon the map
BorbonBorbon is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Borbonon the map
BilarBilar is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Bilaron the map
OslobOslob is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Oslobon the map
MariaMaria is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Mariaon the map
RondaRonda is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Rondaon the map
AndaAnda is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Andaon the map
LaziLazi is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Lazion the map
LilaLila is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Thirty kilometres (19 mi) from Tagbilaran, it is bound to the east by Dimiao, to the west by Loay and to the north by Loboc. Show Lilaon the map
JimalaludJimalalud is a 4th class, partially urban municipality in the first congressional district of the province of Negros Oriental, Negros Island Region, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 29,044 people. Jimalalud has a land area of 139.50 square kilometres (53.86 sq mi). Show Jimalaludon the map
DauisDauis is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It is one of two municipalities located on . Show Dauison the map
SillonSilion is a small island and barangay in the municipality of Bantayan in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. The barangay covers both the coastal village on Bantayan Island north of Bantayan Poblacion and the small island off its coast in the Visayan Sea. Show Sillonon the map
Sierra BullonesSierra Bullones is a in the province of Philippines, 71 kilometres (44 mi) from Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Sierra Bulloneson the map
SiatonSiaton is a first class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines and the southernmost municipality in the island of Negros. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 77,696 people. Lake Balanan is in Siaton. Show Siatonon the map
Garcia HernandezGarcia Hernandez is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Garcia Hernandezon the map
San MiguelSan Miguel is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. San Miguel is located in the northern interior of the province. It is 86 kilometers (two to three hours bus ride) from Tagbilaran with a total land area of bounded in the north by the municipality of Trinidad, in the south by the municipality of Dagohoy, in the west municipality of Danao and in the east by the municipality of Ubay. Show San Miguelon the map
San MiguelSan Miguel is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. San Miguel is located in the northern interior of the province. It is 86 kilometers (two to three hours bus ride) from Tagbilaran with a total land area of bounded in the north by the municipality of Trinidad, in the south by the municipality of Dagohoy, in the west municipality of Danao and in the east by the municipality of Ubay. Show San Miguelon the map
San IsidroSan Isidro is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show San Isidroon the map
San IsidroSan Isidro is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show San Isidroon the map
GuindulmanGuindulman is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Guindulmanon the map
Inabanga Show Inabangaon the map
DagohoyDagohoy is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Dagohoyon the map
MabiniMabini is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Mabinion the map
SevillaSevilla is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Sevillaon the map
PilarPilar is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Pilaron the map
San JoseSan Jose is a fifth class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 20,413 people. San Jose is the Regional Pineapple Capital. Show San Joseon the map
SorsogonSorsogon (also called Balikmaya), is one of the barrios or barangays of the municipality of Malabuyoc, province of Cebu, Philippines. Sorsogon is located at center of all the barangays in Malabuyoc. Show Sorsogonon the map
DoongDoong is a small inhabited island in the Don group, to the south west of Bantayan Island. It is part of municipality of Bantayan, and holds two barangays – Doong and Luyongbaybay. Show Doongon the map
ZamboanguitaZamboanguita is a fourth class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 27,552 people. Show Zamboanguitaon the map
La LibertadLa Libertad is a third class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 38,904 people. Show La Libertadon the map
TayasanTayasan is a third class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 34,609 people. Show Tayasanon the map
BasayBasay is a fourth class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 24,913 people. Show Basayon the map
AyungonAyungon is a second class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 46,146. Show Ayungonon the map
BotiguesBotigues is a small island barangay in the Don group, to the SW of Bantayan Island belonging to the municipality of Bantayan, Cebu. Show Botigueson the map
LipayranLipayran is a small inhabited island in the Don group, to the south west of Bantayan Island. Show Lipayranon the map
HilotonganHilotongan is a small island barangay to the west of Bantayan Island. Show Hilotonganon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Central Visayas
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Province of BoholShow on map
Cebu CityShow on map
Dumaguete CityDumaguete, officially City of Dumaguete (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Dumaguete; Hiligaynon: Dakbanwa/Syudad sang Dumaguete; Filipino: Lungsod ng Dumaguete) and often referred to as Dumaguete City, is a component city in the province of Negros Oriental in the Philippines. It is the capital, principal seaport and most populous city of the province. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 131,377 people. The city is nicknamed The City of Gentle People.Show on map
Mandaue CityMandaue, officially the City of Mandaue (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Mandaue; Filipino: Lungsod ng Mandaue) and often referred to as Mandaue City, is a in the region of Philippines. It is one of three highly urbanized cities on Cebu island and forms a part of the Cebu Metropolitan area. Mandaue City is located on the central-eastern coastal region of Cebu; its southwest coast borders the northeast of Mactan Island, where Lapu-Lapu City is located. Mandaue is connected to Mactan Island via two bridges: the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge and Marcelo Fernan Bridge, and is bounded south and the west by the provincial capital, Cebu City, and north by Consolacion, to which it is linked by the Cansaga Bay Bridge. The ciShow on map
Tagbilaran CityTagbilaran is a in the island province of Philippines, serving as its capital. Its income classification has an annual income of ₱240-320 million. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters.Show on map
PanglaoPanglao is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of , 18 kilometres (11 mi) from Tagbilaran. In the election, it had registered voters. It is one of two municipalities that make up (the other being Dauis), and its territory also includes the three smaller islands of Balicasag, Gak‑ang, and Pontod (or Pungtud, also known as Virgin Island). Panglao is known for its diving locations and tourist resorts.Show on map
Lapu-Lapu CityLapu-Lapu, officially the City of Lapu-Lapu (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Lapu-Lapu, Filipino: Lungsod ng Lapu-Lapu) and formerly called Opon, is a in the region of Philippines. It is one of the cities that make up Metro Cebu in the Philippines. It is geographically located in the province of Cebu, administratively independent from the province but grouped under Cebu by the Philippine Statistics Authority. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters.Show on map
Province of CebuShow on map
City of BogoBogo (Filipino: Lungsod ng Bogo; Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Bogo;), officially the City of Bogo, and often referred to as Bogo City, established in 2007, is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters.Show on map
Central VisayasCentral Visayas (Filipino: Gitnang Kabisayaan; Cebuano: Tunga-tungang Kabisay-an) is a region of the Philippines, designated as Region VII. It is located in the central part of the Visayas island group, and consisists of three provinces: Bohol, Cebu and Siquijor; and three highly urbanized cities: Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu, and Mandaue. Cebu City is the regional center. The region is dominated by the native speakers of Cebuano. The land area of the region is 10,102 square kilometres (3,900 sq mi), with a population of people.Show on map
Province of SiquijorSiquijor /sɪkɪˈhɔː/ (Cebuano: Lalawigan sa Siquijor, Filipino: Lalawigan ng Siquijor) is a of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region. Its capital is the municipality also named Siquijor. To the northwest of Siquijor are Cebu and Negros, to the northeast is Bohol and to the south, across the Bohol Sea, is Mindanao. Siquijor is the third smallest province in the country, in terms of population as well as land area (after Camiguin and Batanes). For a time it was part of Negros Oriental.Show on map
MadridejosMadridejos is a on Bantayan Island in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. It is one of the three municipalities that make up the island of Bantayan, which lies to the west of the northern tip of Cebu. It is bounded to the south by the municipality of Bantayan, and on all other sides by the Visayan Sea.Show on map
CatigbianCatigbian is a in the province of Philippines, located 35 kilometres (22 mi) north of Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Catigbian is an interior town north of Balilihan, south of Sagbayan and Tubigon, east of San Isidro and west of Batuan.Show on map
SantanderSantander is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Santander is the southernmost municipality of Cebu, at 137 km (85 mi) by road, and which takes 3½-4 hours. It is the location of sea ports that connect to Negros Oriental. Fast craft ferry passengers to Sibulan, with trips taking 20 minutes. Roll-on roll-off barges travel to Amlan, with trips taking one hour.Show on map
SiquijorShow on map
TubigonTubigon is a and seaport in the province of Philippines, at 51 kilometres (32 mi) from Tagbilaran. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Tubigon is well known for its \"lambay\" crabs. It is the nearest seaport in Bohol to Cebu, providing many daily ferry round-trips to Cebu City. It has recently expanded its seaport to accommodate additional sea traffic.Show on map
Canlaon CityCanlaon, officially the City of Canlaon (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Canlaon; Hiligaynon: Dakbanwa/Syudad sang Canla-on; Filipino: Lungsod ng Canlaon), is a fourth class city in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 54,509 people. Canlaon is located 168 kilometres (104 mi) north from the provincial capital Dumaguete. It is bordered on the east by Vallehermoso and on the south by Guihulngan.Show on map
NagaNaga, officially called the City of Naga and often referred to as Naga City, is a city in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. The city of Naga lies within the Cebu metropolitan area.Show on map
City of CarcarCarcar, officially the City of Carcar (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Carcar; Filipino Lungsod ng Carcar), is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters. Carcar lies within Metro Cebu area.Show on map
Danao CityShow on map
AlegriaAlegria is a in the province of Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters.Show on map
ArgaoShow on map
President Carlos Polestico GarciaPresident Carlos P. Garcia is a in the province of Philippines. It primarily consists of Lapinig Island along with a few surrounding islets. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had registered voters.Show on map
Bais CityBais, officially City of Bais, is a third class city in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it had a population of 76,291 people. Located 45 kilometres (28 mi) from the provincial capital Dumaguete, it has a land area of 31,964 hectares (78,980 acres).Show on map
Toledo CityShow on map
Different buildings in Central Visayas
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Silliman UniversitySilliman University (also referred to as Silliman or SU) is a private research university in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines. Established in 1901 as Silliman Institute by the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, it is the first American university in the Philippines and the entire Asian continent. The university is named after Dr. Horace Brinsmade Silliman, a retired businessman and philanthropist from Cohoes, New York who gave the initial sum of $10,000 to start the school. Starting as an elementary school for boys, the school expanded to become a college in 1910, acquiring university status in 1938. For the first half of the 20th century, Silliman was run and operated by Americans. After the Second World War Filipinos began to assume more administrative positions, culminating@en .Show on map
Fort San PedroFuerte de San Pedro is a military defence structure in Cebu (Philippines), built by the Spanish under the command of Miguel López de Legazpi, first governor of the Captaincy General of the Philippines. It is located in the area now called Plaza Indepedencia, in the pier area of the city. The original fort was made of wood and built after the arrival of Legazpi and his expedition. In the early 17th century a stone fort was built to repel Muslim raiders. Today's structure dates from 1738 and is the oldest triangular bastion fort in the country. It served as the nucleus of the first Spanish settlement in the Philippines. During the Philippine Revolution at the end of the 19th century, it was attacked and taken by Filipino revolutionaries, who used it as a stronghold.Show on map
Ubay AirportUbay Airport (Filipino: Paliparan ng Bayan ng Ubay, Cebuano: Tugpahanan sa Lungsod sa Ubay) (ICAO: RPSN, formerly RPBY) is an airport serving the general area of Ubay, in the northeastern part of the island province of Bohol in the Philippines. The airport has no scheduled service, nor any facilities. Ubay Airport was originally built by the Americans before World War II, used during the war, and since then by light planes only.Show on map
Mactan-Cebu International AirportMactan–Cebu International Airport (Cebuano: Tugpahanang Pangkalibutan sa Mactan–Sugbo, Filipino: Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Mactan–Cebu) (IATA: CEB, ICAO: RPVM) located in Central Visayas region, is the second busiest airport of the Philippines and one of the top 20 airports in the ASEAN region in 2011. It is located in Lapu-Lapu City on Mactan Island, part of Metro Cebu. The airport is managed by the Mactan–Cebu International Airport Authority. It covers an area of 797 hectares (1,970 acres).Show on map
Tagbilaran AirfieldTagbilaran Airport (Cebuano: Tugpahanan sa Tagbilaran, Tagalog: Paliparan ng Tagbilaran) (IATA: TAG, ICAO: RPVT) is an airport serving the general area of Tagbilaran, the capital city of the province of Bohol in the Philippines. The airport is classified as a Principal Airport Class 1 by the CAAP, a body of the Department of Transportation and Communications responsible for implementing policies on civil aviation to assure safe, economic and efficient air travel, and the handling of operations on all airports except major international airports.Show on map
Union Ubay PierUnion is one of the 44 barangays of the municipality of Ubay, in the province of Bohol, Philippines. The barangay's total land area is 514 hectares (1,270 acres). According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had 1,643 registered voters, meaning that % of the population are aged 18 and over. Union celebrates its annual fiesta on 15 January in honor of its patron saint.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Central Visayas
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Subangdaku RiverSubangdaku River is the largest river in Southern Leyte, Philippines. It drains into the Sogod Bay at the municipality of Sogod. The river's name means \"big river\" or \"wide river\" in Cebuano. For years, following the flooding of the river, it created an issue over the province. It has been quarried and rechanneled which caused the incidents. After many attempts, the issue remained unsolved.Show on map
Magellan BayMagellan Bay is a body of water on the northeastern side of Mactan Island near Lapu-Lapu City.Show on map
Hilutungan ChannelHilutangan Channel is a deep water channel that separates Mactan Island from Olango Island.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Central Visayas
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Pescador IslandPescador Island is an island located in the Tañon Strait, a few kilometres from the western coast of the island of Cebu in the Philippines. It is part of the municipality of Moalboal. The island derives its name from the Philippines' Spanish colonial heritage and the abundance of fish living on the surrounding coral reef, and the many fishermen that fish them (\"pescador\" translates from Spanish to \"fisherman\"). The rich marine life also attracts recreational divers from the many dive operations in nearby Panagsama.Show on map
Malapascua IslandMalapascua Island is a Philippine island situated in the Visayan Sea, 6.8 kilometres (4.2 mi) across a shallow strait from the northernmost tip of Cebu Island. Administratively, it is part of the insular barangay of Logon, Daanbantayan, Cebu. Malapascua is a small island, only about 2.5 by 1 kilometre (1.55 by 0.62 mi), and has eight hamlets. Most of the islanders derive their livelihood from tourism, while some still rely on subsistence fishing and farming.Show on map
Danajon IsletDanajon Islet (also known as Dawahon Islet), is at the easternmost edge of the Danajon Bank. It is coterminous of Barangay Dawahon, a part of the municipality of Bato, Leyte. The islet is only 5 hectares (12 acres), and has a population of about 10,000, depending on the time of year.Show on map
BoholShow on map
Guintacan IslandGuintacan is an island of the province of Cebu in the Philippines. It lies about 25 kilometres (16 miles) off the west coast of Cebu, 12 kilometres (7 mi) northeast from Bantayan Island, and 10 kilometres (6 mi) from Hilantagaan Island. The island is within the municipality of Santa Fe and comprises three barangays: Hagdan, Kinatarkan and Langub. A number of sinkholes have formed at various locations on the island. While one appeared in 2014, it is thought that others had developed some years earlier. As from August 2014 their cause is still being assessed.Show on map
CebuShow on map
Camotes IslandsCamotes Islands is a group of islands in the Camotes Sea, Philippines. The island group is located east of Cebu Island, southwest of Leyte Island, and north of Bohol Island. It is 34 nautical miles (63 km; 39 mi) from Cebu City and is part of [[{{safesubst:#property:P131}}|{{safesubst:#property:P131}}]]. According to the , it has a population of . Population has grown 20.3% since 1990, equivalent to an annual growth rate of 0.93%.Show on map
Mactan IslandMactan or Maktan is a densely populated island located a few kilometres from Cebu Island in the Philippines. The island is part of Cebu Province and it is divided into Lapu-Lapu City and the municipality of Cordova. The island is separated from Cebu by the Mactan Channel which is crossed by two bridges: the Marcelo Fernan Bridge and the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge. The island covers some 65 square kilometres (25 sq mi) and is home to some 430,000 people, making it the nation's most densely populated island. Along with Olango Island Group, the isles are administered as 1 city and a municipality covering 75.25 square kilometres (29.05 sq mi).Show on map
Ponson IslandPilar is a {{safesubst:#property:P1879}} on Camotes Islands in the province of [[{{safesubst:#property:P131}}|{{safesubst:#property:P131}}]], Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had {{safesubst:#property:P1,831}} registered voters. The municipality is contiguous with Ponson Island, one of the four Camotes Islands in the Camotes Sea (along with Pacijan Island, Poro Island, and Tulang Island). The island is about 10.6 kilometres (6.59 mi) long and 3.7 kilometres (2.30 mi) wide.Show on map
Talong IslandShow on map
Cuernos de NegrosMount Talinis, also known as the Cuernos de Negros (Horns of Negros), is a complex volcano in the Philippine province of Negros Oriental. At about 1,903 metres (6,243 ft) above sea level, it is the second highest mountain on Negros Island after Mount Kanlaon. The volcano is located 9 km (5.6 mi) southwest of the municipality of Valencia; and 20 km (12 mi) from Dumaguete City, the capital of the province.Show on map
Pacijan IslandSan Francisco is a {{safesubst:#property:P1879}} on Camotes Islands in the province of [[{{safesubst:#property:P131}}|{{safesubst:#property:P131}}]], Philippines. According to the , it has a population of . In the election, it had {{safesubst:#property:P1,831}} registered voters.Show on map
Lipayran IslandBantayan Island is an island located in the , Philippines. It is situated to the west of the northern end of Cebu island, across the Tañon Strait. According to the , it has a population of . The island is administratively divided into three municipalities: \n* Bantayan (the largest municipality, covering the central part) \n* Madridejos (covering the northern portion) \n* Santa Fe (covering the eastern portion) The island area is . The island is mostly covered with coconut palms; the elevation is mostly below 30 metres (100 ft), with only one taller hill, at , in barangay Atop-atop.Show on map
Doong IslandBantayan Island is an island located in the , Philippines. It is situated to the west of the northern end of Cebu island, across the Tañon Strait. According to the , it has a population of . The island is administratively divided into three municipalities: \n* Bantayan (the largest municipality, covering the central part) \n* Madridejos (covering the northern portion) \n* Santa Fe (covering the eastern portion) The island area is . The island is mostly covered with coconut palms; the elevation is mostly below 30 metres (100 ft), with only one taller hill, at , in barangay Atop-atop.Show on map
Hilantagaan IslandBantayan Island is an island located in the , Philippines. It is situated to the west of the northern end of Cebu island, across the Tañon Strait. According to the , it has a population of . The island is administratively divided into three municipalities: \n* Bantayan (the largest municipality, covering the central part) \n* Madridejos (covering the northern portion) \n* Santa Fe (covering the eastern portion) The island area is . The island is mostly covered with coconut palms; the elevation is mostly below 30 metres (100 ft), with only one taller hill, at , in barangay Atop-atop.Show on map
Botiquis IslandBantayan Island is an island located in the , Philippines. It is situated to the west of the northern end of Cebu island, across the Tañon Strait. According to the , it has a population of . The island is administratively divided into three municipalities: \n* Bantayan (the largest municipality, covering the central part) \n* Madridejos (covering the northern portion) \n* Santa Fe (covering the eastern portion) The island area is . The island is mostly covered with coconut palms; the elevation is mostly below 30 metres (100 ft), with only one taller hill, at , in barangay Atop-atop.Show on map
Hilantagaan Diot IslandBantayan Island is an island located in the , Philippines. It is situated to the west of the northern end of Cebu island, across the Tañon Strait. According to the , it has a population of . The island is administratively divided into three municipalities: \n* Bantayan (the largest municipality, covering the central part) \n* Madridejos (covering the northern portion) \n* Santa Fe (covering the eastern portion) The island area is . The island is mostly covered with coconut palms; the elevation is mostly below 30 metres (100 ft), with only one taller hill, at , in barangay Atop-atop.Show on map
Bantayan IslandBantayan Island is an island located in the , Philippines. It is situated to the west of the northern end of Cebu island, across the Tañon Strait. According to the , it has a population of . The island is administratively divided into three municipalities: \n* Bantayan (the largest municipality, covering the central part) \n* Madridejos (covering the northern portion) \n* Santa Fe (covering the eastern portion) The island area is . The island is mostly covered with coconut palms; the elevation is mostly below 30 metres (100 ft), with only one taller hill, at , in barangay Atop-atop.Show on map
Bansaan IslandBansaan is a boomerang-shaped island located in the off the mid-northern coast of Bohol Island, [[{{safesubst:#property:P17}}]]. It is part of the municipality of Talibon, [[{{safesubst:#property:P131}}|{{safesubst:#property:P131}}]] province.Show on map
Poro IslandPoro Island is an island in the province of Cebu, located east of Cebu Island and west of Leyte Island. Two municipalities, Poro and Tudela, are located on Poro Island. It is one of the four Camotes Islands along with Pacijan Island, Ponson Island, and Tulang Island.Show on map
Capitancillo IslandCapitancillo (historiclly Islote de Captitoncillo and variously Capitancillo islet) is a small, coral island near Bogo City, Cebu, Philippines. The island is a protected marine sanctuary, featuring three dive sites and a lighthouse.Show on map
Panglao IslandPanglao is an island in the north Bohol Sea, located in the Central Visayas Region of the Visayas island group, in the south-central Philippines.Show on map
Carnasa IslandCarnaza Island is a 173.5 hectare turtle-shaped island located north of the mainland Cebu in the Philippines.Show on map