|Dalaguete Beach Park
Brgy. Casay – A truly developed public beach, Dalaguete Public Beach has been the favorite among the locals due to its excellent sandy palm-fringed shoreline and clean waters. With no entrance fee, locals and other out-of-towners frequent the place especially during weekends. The beach is usually overcrowded during Sundays.
Brgy. Obong – Wanna cool down after basking around under the heat of the sun? or wanna go skinny deeping at night? Swimming in this cold spring is like having ice cubes in the bathtub. Students having educational tours, visitors straight from the city and other towns and of course local folks usually always drop by to take a dip in the swimming pool like spring. This place is usually overcrowded in the weekends.
|Life-sized Via Crucis
Brgy. Mantalongon – Located within the Almagro Clan property and overlooking the Mantalongon Vegetable Center, the life-sized Stations of the Cross and the 10-meter high Cristo Rey de Mantalongon is built sometime in the 1950s by the same sculpture who constructed the Cristo Rey Monument in Barangay Poblacion.
Brgy. Banhigan – This is a cold spring developed into a natural swimming pool situated in rich mangrove areas in barangay Banhigan, Dalaguete. Very cool spring water enables local tourists to frequent the place during weekends.