Top 10 Tourist Spots in Sorsogon

9. Mateo Hot and Cold Spring Resort

Mateo Hot and Cold Spring Resort

Photo courtesy of Resty De la Cruz

Mateo Hot and Cold Spring Resort is one of the best tourist spots in Sorsogon, a favorite weekend getaway destination among locals and especially those tired tourists from nearby destinations like Mount Bulusan and Paguriran Island. There is a cold and hot spring pool in the resort where the hot sulfur water came from the active volcano, Mount Bulusan. Of course, most visitors relax on the hot spring pool which is believed to have therapeutic benefits. The resort is surrounded with trees and lush foliage. Cottages and tables are available for day visitors and rooms for an overnight stay.

Mateo Hot and Cold Spring is located in Barangay Monbon, Irosin, Sorsogon.

10. Saint Joseph Church

Saint Joseph Church

Photo courtesy of wheresjoanne

Saint Joseph Church, commonly known as Barcelona Church, is a Roman Catholic Church in Sorsogon built by the Franciscan Friars 1874. The church was made out of coral stones, beaten egg whites and tuba (local coconut wine). The facade, walls and bell tower of the church are said to be still at its original forms. One can tell that the church is really old from the colors of the stones and the growing moss/plants on some part. The interior of the church has been renovated and added beautifully designed stained glass windows. Across the street in front of the church is the Barcelona Ruins Park facing the Pacific Ocean.

Saint Joseph Church is situated in Barcelona, Sorsogon.

 

Where to Stay in Sorsogon

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