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"Bantayan Island's Santa Fe is known for its stretch of paradise called Sugar Beach. Talisay is an ideal base from which you can enjoy the sea and explore the island. Nearby are two smaller islands that are popular destinations for island hopping - Hilantagaan Island and Silion Island or Virgin Island."

Popular Talisay Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Anika Island Resort
Resorts
F. Roska street Brgy. Okoy, Sta. Fe, Bantayan Island, Santa Fe, Cebu, Philippines, 6047
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Barangay Talisay, Santa Fe , Bantayan Island, Santa Fe, Cebu, Philippines, 6047
BEDROOM Abaniko Beach Resort
Resorts
Barangay Ocoy, Roska St., Bantayan Island, Santa Fe, Cebu, Philippines, 6047
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Other St. Bernard Beach Resort
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Okoy, Sta. Fe,, Bantayan Island, Bantayan Island, Santa Fe, Cebu, Philippines, 6047
Other Ananets Hotel
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Alica Beach, Santa Fe, Bantayan Island, Santa Fe, Cebu, Philippines, 6047

About

At A Glance

Talisay, Cebu is a trading area in Metro Cebu and was named after the magtalisay, a tree known to grow in the area. While not a prime tourist destination, Talisay does have some interesting places to visit, especially when you want to get out of Cebu City’s heavy traffic.


How to Go

By land transportation

From Cebu City, take any form of public transportation (jeepney, bus or taxi) that goes towards the south of the island. Talisay is only less than an hour away from Cebu City – counting the traffic.


Getting Around

As part of Metro Cebu, Talisay is easily to get around with an abundance of taxis in the area.


Tourist Attractions

Talisay is known to be one of the landing sites for Americans during the Second World War. Because of this, the Talisay Landing Site was erected in the honor of Americans who bravely fought against the Japanese. There is also a Liberation Park that pays tribute to both Filipinos and Americans who sacrificed their lives during the War.

Aside from being a historical site, Talisay is also known for protecting several species of crocodiles, birds, and other reptiles. Crocolandia is a family-friendly place to learn about these creatures and understand their importance in the animal kingdom.


Top Things to Do

There are a few things worth doing in Talisay that may be a little different from other parts of the country. Every year, for example, locals do a reenactment of the landing of the Americans, complete with explosions and mock bullet exchanges. Taking part in other festivals, such as the Inasal Festival – where a roasted pig is dressed in various clothing, or the Halad Festival – in honor of St. Teresa de Avila.


Where to Eat

When searching for some good food to eat around Talisay, more often than not you’ll have to venture to Cebu City for restaurants. However, Talisay has a few delicious dining establishments with mouth-watering meals. Redhipon Seafoods & Grill, for example, where you can “make your own” meals with the help of their menu.


Nightlife

Talisay is oozing with bars that are open late into the evening – perfect for bar hopping with the guys and having a good time. Planet Cebu is a crowd favorite, while BettyBoop’s Restobar comes in a close second. Generally, Talisay’s nightlife is pretty much like that of a prosperous city.


Where to Stay

Most people will recommend Villa Teresita if you plan to stay in Talisay – others prefer to stay in Cebu City. There are six pools – three kiddie pools and three deeper pools. Prices range from PhP600/night for the dormitory up to PhP 2,200/night for a family of six.


Travel Tips

  • Bring cash with you wherever you go, as most establishments only accept cash.
  • Most can understand Tagalog or English, but many locals are not confident to speak. It would be nice to befriend a Cebuano who can speak the vernacular in case you get lost in translation.
  • When shopping in thrift stores, be sure to haggle as salespersons can sometimes bring up the price.


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