Sariaya, Quezon. Only 3 towns away from San Pablo City, Laguna, our location is the nearest place to go for a beach outing if your coming from the busy province of Laguna. From the map, you can see that Sariaya is bustling with several prominent places of Quezon, namely, Lucena City, Sariaya, and Pagbilao. There is even a power plant near the southern mouth of the Bay, in Pagbilao Grande Island. But mind you, even if our shores are bustling with activity and commerce, we still have a very clean ecosystem and our shores are still very clean. We have a lots of trees and we even have a healthy mangrove and Nipa swamp You can say that as soon as you experience the most memorable stay you can ever have this part of Quezon.
How to Get There  

By Public Transport. Sariaya is the third town of Quezon after Laguna or the town before Lucena City. Take any bus going or passing by Lucena and drop-off at the intersection of the road going to Guisguis Port. They call that intersection sambat. Ride a jeepney going to Guisguis port and drop off at the intersection going to Bignay II. A signboard of our resort marks that intersection. From there, a tricycle ride is available that can take you to the resort.

By Own Vehicle/Transport. You can download a detailed roadmap by clicking here. The road going to our resort is not complicated. Take the South Luzon Expressway all the way to San Pablo City and then to Quezon Province. First town is Tiaong and next is Candelaria. Upon reaching Candelaria, Quezon, one town away from Sariaya, you are about 4 kilometers away from the intersection to Guisguis Port. Take a right at that intersection and go straight and follow the main road to Guisguis Port. There is a small road going straight that might mislead you to a small barangay. Take note that you have to follow the main road and take a left once you reach that point. From there, you will go straight until you reach Bignay 1. A prominent entrance arc will mark the place. After that, you will see a prominent signboards of various resorts that gives you a sign to turn right. That road will lead you to Bignay II and eventually take you to our resort. You will pass by a short dirt road along the way. Directional signages are placed so as to guide you.

Accommodation Facilities
Facility No. of Units Standard Capacity Max Capacity
Deluxe Rooms (aircon)
Family Rooms (aircon)
Dorms (non-aircon)
House Tents (add'l. amenities that can be set-up for large groups)
Meeting, Banquet & Picnic Facilities
Open-Air Pavilions/Huts/Cottages Max Capacity Units
Beach Huts
Garden Cabanas
Resto/Function Hall 150 1
Recreation Hall/Pavilion 100 1
Safest Beachfront - There are no steep slopes on the sea floor and the entire stretch and towards the open sea, all you have are gentle sloping swimmable sea which does not have any record of drowning incidents to date. Complement that with anahaw-thatched roofed picnic huts, Pavilions and picnic tables under the shades of numerous coconut trees and you will never look for any other resort to spend your vacation.
Adult and Kiddie Swimming Pool - we have a modest adult and kiddie swimming pool. It is beside the clubhouse/function hall where dining and conference functions can be held.
Recreation Hall/Pavilion - Videoke Machine, Billiards, Pingpong/Table Tennis, Dart Boards, Video Arcade Games, Card Games, Mahjong Table, badminton equipment.
Islands Bistro/Function Hall-
dating back to the early 80s, our well experienced cooks have been preparing most if not all of the all-time favorites of our local and foreign guests alike. We are also open to non-resort guests and we do have a decent bar to serve you drinks that can accompany you well into the night.
Fiesta Entertainment - Be welcomed by a banda sa nayon or a local drum and bugle band. Get entertained by a professional live band or cultural dance performers. Move around the resort and get a taste of native drinks and delicacies cooked before your eyes! Join our palaro contests, videoke singing competition or dare take the challenge of our own pambato in Palo-sebo, Bulum-braso, Agawan ng Buko, "Patibayan ng sikmura" (a feat on exotic "weird" pinoy dish eating) and get a chance to win banca rides, fruit baskets or overnight stay gift certificates!.
Island Hops, Snorkel Areas, & Dives - There is a very good snorkel area with a very healthy coral reef area around 300 meters from our shoreline. You have to go there by boat though. There are also trips to the white sand area of Pagbilao Grande Island as part of an island hopping adventure we organize for our overnight and daytour guests. Pre-booking is required as we have to prepare your food and your trasportation beforehand.

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