(SPOT.ph) Pangasinan is known for the white sand beaches of Patar in Bolinao, the Hundred Islands in Alaminos, and the so-called death pool in Caboangaoan. But hidden in this province up north is a small paradise that features an idyllic cove and untouched waters—Masamirey Cove Resort in Sual.
Aside from powdery sand that can easily take your breath away, the resort also features an infinity pool surrounded by tall coconut trees and overlooks the vast ocean. The 11 Asian-inspired villas made of nipa and wood complement the tropical feel. The Master Bedroom is good for two (P4,800) while the Family Room can fit up to four people (P6,500). All room packages are inclusive of a complimentary breakfast.
How to get there:
Ride a Victory Liner bus bound for Alaminos City, then ride a tricycle to Masamirey Cove. Another option is to get off the bus when you get to Caoayan in Sual, then ride a tricycle to the resort.
Masamirey Cove Resort is at Baybay Norte, Sual, Pangasinan. For more information, visit Masamirey Cove Resort on Facebook, contact 0917-136-5931, or check in through AirBnB.