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Port Barton

Port Barton is a small coastal village in Palawan, Philippines. Most tourists, who have visited Port Barton, consider it to be one of the highlights of their Philippines trip. Port Barton and its accompanying pristine islands, easily rank as one of their top five favorite destinations in the Philippines.

17km

10.4119119.1776

Roxas (Palawan)

municipality of the Philippines in the province of Palawan

22km

10.33333333119.33333333

San Jose (Palawan)

barangay of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines

24km

10.3099119.2629

Taytay

municipality of the Philippines in the province of Palawan

40km

10.8167119.5167

Sabang (Palawan)

Sabang is a small village in Palawan, Philippines. It is used as an entry point to the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River. There's not much in the village except services for those going to visit the river, but there is a beach and a chilled out atmosphere.

56km

10.1961118.8933

El Nido

has dozens of limestone islands that form a stunningly beautiful karst topography permeated by crystal-clear bays and lagoons, still relatively unspoiled by mass tourism

72km

11.1795119.3914

Palawan

Palawan is the westernmost province of the Philippines, the one with the largest land area and with probably the most pristine natural environment away from its settlements.

147km

9.5275118.3975

Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park

Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park is in Palawan, Philippines. The park is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

180km

9.15120.16
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Puerto Princesa

city of the Philippines and capital of the province of Palawan

103km

9.75118.75

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San Vicente

Philippines
San Vicente is a small town in Palawan. It has a very fine beach 14 km long and, as of early 2015, is undergoing fairly extensive infrastructure deveopment. Once the airport and some resorts open, it may become a major tourist destination.

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