Bohol Beach Resort – Seaside Beach Resort Dimiao

Welcome to Seaside Beach Resort Dimiao, Bohol, Philippines

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Seaside Beach Resort was designed and built for the local Filipino’s to enrich their quality of life while maintaining affordability for all people to enjoy.
Just 45 Min from Tagbilaran City Seaport or Tagbilaran City Airport there is another world that awaits you!

If you looking to experience a true Filipino Culture and Lifestyle Experience, then Seaside Beach Resort Bohol is the place to go!
We promise to promote a safe place foreigners and Filipino guests alike (24 Hr Guard on duty 7 days a week) and we invite foreigners to visit to experience the Filipino culture at a Provence level and experience the Boholano hospitality that can only be found here at Seaside Beach Resort in the small province of Dimiao, Bohol.

From the white sandy beaches to the friendly staff and out friendly Filipino guests, its a true opportunity to experience and mingle with the local Filipino culture and enter their world.
Enjoy the Filipino cuisine from our BBQ to our Karaoke full liqueur bar as well as the monthly local events we promote.
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Here at Seaside Beach Resort we strive to make your stay with us truly memorable, something you can enjoy and write home about. Smiles, Fun on the beach and in the sun as well as snorkeling and island hopping, great entertainment, friendly staff are just some of the amenities we offer.
We really care about our guests here…and it shows!
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What Seaside Beach Resort Can Offer Our Guests:

The Ultimate Filipino Culture and Lifestyle Experience
Affordable Accommodations
White Sand Beach Front Cottages
Mutable View Decks
Island Hopping
Filipino Food/Filipino Cuisine
Karaoke Bar (full liqueur bar)
Designed and Built For a foreigner/Filipino Experience
Dally Local Filipino lifestyle Experience
FREE HIGH-SPEED WIFI Internet Access
Popular Filipino Events like Bikini Contests, Beauty Contests Etc
Friendly Full Service Staff (Always Smiling)
Very Secluded Very Private Location

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Or Beach Resort is unique in that it provides you with the true culture experience of the Filipino culture are more than reasonable prices that will surely leave you pleasantly surprised.
Book Now and find out why we are different from any other beach resort in the Philippines.

Click Here For Reservations And More Information about the new resort in Dimiao, Bohol


Our Lady of Assumption Church – Dauis Bohol

Our Lady of Assumption Church Dauis Bohol

Our Lady of Assumption Church in Dauis, a must see when touring Bohol!

The Church of Our Lady of the Assumption in Dauis, on the Island of Panglao, Bohol, Philippines. Is a great place to start sightseeing in Bohol.
While in Bohol, see this 300 year old Church and marvel at its beauty. The Church was built in 1769 and is said to contain a HEALING well which is only a few meters from the sea, you can drink the water, its fresh.

The water in the well is supposed to have healing powers, so, if you’re visiting Our Lady of Assumption Church, don’t forget
to bring a bottle and take some home with you.
You can get there by the Vano bridge that connects Panglao with Bohol leading to Alona Beach.

Contact Travel and Tour Bohol for more information on including this destination to your Bohol Tour agenda.

Photo Gallery of Our Lady of Assumption Church in Dauis Bohol.

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Map to Our Lady of Assumption Church in Dauis, Bohol.

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Bohol Tours and Tourist Spots – The Historic Ermita Ruins

The Historic Ermita Ruins
The Historic Ermita Ruins

Ermita Ruins – Bohol, Philippines – Bohol Tours and Tourist Spots
The Ermita Ruins is one of the best Bohol Tourist Spots for travelers here in Bohol. The Ermita Ruins are the ruins of a coralline limestone structure built during the Spanish Regime in Bohol. It lies parallel to the nave of the St. Nicholas Tolentino Church in the town of Dimiao, Bohol. It was allegedly used as a military fortress, a chapel and a burial site of the members of the Spanish clergy that died here in Bohol. Archaeological excavations of The Ermita Ruins were done in 1995 and 1998 in a quest to uncover its mysterious past..
Ermita is a Spanish term for a small church or chapel in a lonely place.

In a study conducted by a team from the National Museum entitled “Archaeological Exposition of the 18th Century Structure, Ermita Ruins is an 18th century structure, which has the closest resemblance to Paco Cemetery, a historical site in Paco, Manila. Built in 1800 until 1815 by Fr. Enrique de Santo de Villanueva, it was constructed during the Spanish colonial period that has been abandoned and erected by a population that was willing to work for the church and the Ermita.

It has honeycombed-arranged tombs or sepulchers that are unique and so far, the only one found in the Philippines, which make up the walls of the Ermita.

The researchers were surprised why no graves were found in the tombs. To them, perhaps, it was constructed to serve not only as a Chapel, but also as a cemetery. But even before it was completed, it could be possible that a big catastrophic event occurred, an epidemic perhaps, which explains the mass burial, as evidenced by skeletons excavated from the ground, not properly arranged but just laid on top of the others.

On the other hand, researchers consider the idea that perhaps, the absence of bones in the hundreds of small niches (although there were few sets of bones recovered and transferred to the Municipal Cemetery) explained by the closure of the cemetery in 1844 by Fr. Manuel Carususan; its nearness to the church was deemed unhealthy.

The preservation of the Ermita Ruins is a joint project of the Diocese of Tagbilaran, the St. Nicholas Parish, and Local Government of Dimiao. The preservation is in accordance with the policies of the National Heritage Institute (NHI) to retain the antiquity of the place and preserve its natural beauty and attraction…
More information here…http://www.dimiao-bohol.gov.ph/ermita-ruins.html


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