Tiga Cross, located in Municipal Plaza. Erected in _____ is one of the marker.
Ruins of Cotta de San Jose, This tower is what remains of a Spanish fort constructed between 1860 and 1865 by Fr. Agustin de San Pedro, also known as El Padre Capitan, to ward off Muslim pirates. It is situated on a hill overlooking Brgy. Poblacion and is an easy 150-meter hike from the town plaza.
Panorama Point,A roadside lookout in Brgy. Tacasan where passing inter-island shipping vessels can be viewed. The area also shelters boats during inclement w toeather.
Immaculate Conception Grotto: Located at the summit of Mount Anradoon in Brgy. Mangansag, this grotto of the Immaculate Conception offers devotees a place to go and pray during Lenten season.
St. Joseph Cathedral, Erected in ______ the .
Colong-colong Beach, Most famous for the Pasilagon, the arc rock formation, fine white sand and its clear blue waters.
Lighthouse at Barangay San Roque - located on rocky shores of San Roque lights the sea passage of Sibale Island, Simara and Tablas.
Tanroaw Friendship Park, The highest peak in the island, standing proud at 729 feet above the sea level. This hill offers 360-degree view of the island. The peak covers the 2-3 hectares that served as World War II battleground.
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Siki it Elepante, A famous rock formation in barangay Labnig. Resembling an elephants feet thus its name (Siki it Elepante) Feet of Elephant.
Payayasog, An atypical scrotum like rock that hangs along the cliffy shore of Barangay Mangansag. Aside from shape, its color is different from the rest that makes it more mysterious. It was believed that this should be left untouched or else catastrophe will arise.
Lis-ong Cave, A large cave in barangay colong-colong consisting of many chambers. At the center of this chamber is a pool of cool water.
Guin-iwagan Cave, This cave in Brgy. Mahaba features a dome-like structure that abounds in stalagmites and stalactites. There is a pool of cool water where one can swim.