GENERAL INFORMATION (ROMBLON)
- Binay-we Beach, located 1.2 kms. from the town proper, has big boulders and a small cove with fine, white sands and calm waters.
- The pebble-covered Calagunsao Beach, beside the national highway in Brgy. Calagunsao, dips abruptly about 6 m. from the shoreline. A cluster of boulders jutting from the shore to about 10 m. into the sea provides for a perfect diving spot.
- The pebble-covered Tugdan Beach, in Brgy. Tugdan, has a wide shoreline.
- Springs are located in Brgys. Bonlao, Camili, Calagunsao, Madalag and San Isidro.
- Fort San Nicolas was built in limestone by Recollect Fr. Agustin San Pedro (known as El Padre Capitan) in 1621. It encloses San Nicolas Church, accredited by Vatican as one of the Jubilee Churches around the world. The belfries at Kampanaryo and Onte served as the town’s lookout for Moro raids.
- Guyangan Cave, also called Ipot (“bird manure”) cave, is located a short distance from the town, near a cliff. This cliffside burial cave is of great archaeological significance due to the 1936 discovery of 17 small hollowed out, hardwood log coffins (with handles shaped in the likeness of animals) dating from the 14th to 15th centuries which indicate that early inhabitants practiced secondary burial. Also found were the “Ikat” or “Banton Burial Cloth,” considered the oldest in Southeast Asia; skulls, two burial jars and pieces of Chinese and Siamese tradeware. Home to swiftlets, skulls, bones and some intact Banton coffins still remain there.
- Cathedral Cave
- De Campo Cave
- Silak Burial Cave
- Slide Cave
- Tigpuyo Cave
- Wall Cave
- The seaside Taguan it Moro Caves, beside Togbongan Rocky Beach, can be entered by outrigger canoe.
- Cambunga Beach
- Macat-ang Beach
- Mainit Beach (Brgy. Mainit)
- Nasunogan Beach (Brgy. Nasunogan)
- Siocan Beach
- Tabonan Beach
- Tambak Beach (Brgy. Banice)
- Togbongan Rocky Beach
- Togong Beach
- Tumalum Beach (Brgy. Tumalum)
- Diamond Jubilee Park
- Manamyaw View Deck
- Rainbow Park
- Subatan Lane
- Uninhabited Bantoncillo Island, located southwest of Banton Island, is a grassy mound of rock surrounded by deep submarine drop-offs.
- The uninhabited Dos Hermanas Islands, a dive site, consists of La Carlota and Isabel Island.
- Ugat-Faigao Museum and Library, housed in probably the oldest house in Banton, This Hispanic limestone and hardwood house was home to Rufo Faigao, Banton’s first presidente municipal, and of the nationally renowned Bantoanon poet, Cornelio Faigao. The museum displays a collection of native artifacts made of bamboo, hardwood, stone or clay; finely-woven clothing made from abaca fiber, weaving paraphernalia and excavations from the Guyangan Caves (Banton coffin, skulls and bones, china wares and broken pieces of jars).
- The small, white-sand and crescent-shaped Alibagon Beach is ideal for swimming, picnicking, sailing and mountain hiking.
- The scenic 3-tiered Kawa-Kawa Falls, in Brgy. Lumbang Este, has a naturally hollowed out kettle-shaped pools in the solid rock. It teems with native river shrimp called uyang.
- Little Baguio Waterfalls, surrounded by boulders and trees, is located 4 kms. from Poblacion.
- Oregon Rock, located offshore from the town, are two black boulders that guard the entrance to Romblon Pass, which separates Tablas and Romblon Island. The bigger boulder is 20 m. high. In between the boulders are small patches of white sand.
- Tinagong Dagat, at Kabibitan, consists of two small, circular salt-water lakes, about 80 and 100 m. across respectively and 7 fathoms deep, located 10 m. from the seashore. It is home to different species of fish and it hosts various rock formations, cave-like structures, cliffs and small coves.
- The whale-shaped, goat-inhabited Guindawahan Island
- The Blue Hole, located north of Tablas Island, is essentially a wall dive ideal for technical diving. Currents here are usually very strong, unpredictable and ever changing.