Siocon Sights and Landmarks Guide, Philippines
The Port Santa Maria in Siocon existed more than 300 years ago. With memories of great importance, it mesmerizes people on vacation and allows them to travel back in time. Under the Spanish rule, Siocon was the headquarters of the Spaniards. One can conclude from this fact that Siocon could have been a progressing area at that time. Several of the villas around Port Santa Maria were designed in the manner of usual Spanish houses marked with its windows that used shells to cover the holes.
Waling with a friend along the port and looking beyond the shoreline into the uncertainty of the horizon, the drama of ancient times will undoubtedly fill all your senses. Port Santa Maria is nowadays restored and is a showcase of our archipelago’s rich and diverse historical background. The curious visitors can look at each part of the port in detail and can spend their whole day feeling and taking in Siocon’s former situation under the Spanish rule.
An infrastructure symbolizing progress, the Siocon Bridge is one sight to see. It is made of heavy-duty steel that connects it to the other side of the area. At any time of the day, many people walk along the bridge for leisure. Runners even find it satisfying to take the route of the bridge in their everyday exercise. Spending an early morning with the first rays of the sun casting on the whole municipality of Siocon, you can tell how breathtaking it can be and it really does wonders to your soul. For those who want to capture the moment and the tranquility of witnessing a sunrise, Siocon is the perfect place to be in.
Aside from these two well-known Siocon attractions, the natural resources in the area are also a must see. Camping with your close friends in the outdoors could add to your “chumminess” and it could give you the fresco experience for real. Sights in the woods are better than what the movies make you think of. They do not include scary things. It will surely make you feel very close to nature and just picture out how that would be to your advantage.
Do not miss visiting the historical Port Santa Maria and the Bridge of Siocon while you are there. The scenes are picture-worthy and you might end up wanting to go back after a weekend of strolling in the whole municipality.
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