The Province of Capiz is known as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines. It is an ideal refuge for those who wish to escape the fast-paced life in modern cities. It owes much of its charms to a mixture of its rich history and natural beauty untrammeled by modernity.
Enjoy daytime excursions at the province’s wide beaches and isolated coves. Have a fill of a variety of seafoods available all year round. Visit local gardens, historical sites, old Spanish churches, Southeast Asia’s largest bell at Pan-ay Church, and the birthplace of Manuel A. Roxas, first Philippine President. Experience local festivals like Balintawakan and Sinadya sa Halaran. Go spelunking. A lot of caves are waiting to be explored. Or you can make special arrangements to witness the Mundo tribe dance in Tapaz. Accommodations in cottages, hotels, and resorts are available in Roxas City and other municipalities outside the city.
- See also: Capiznon phrasebook
- Sulod Hot Springs in Dumalag municipality. There is also a cave.