Camotes Islands Beach Properties

Beach and beachfront white sand properties lots for sale in Camotes Islands, Cebu, Philippines

This website features beautiful beachfront properties in Camotes available for sale. These beaches have wide and natural white sand and perfect for your dreamed vacation home or construction of a profitable resort. 

Camotes Beaches

About Camotes Islands

Camotes Islands is known as the “The Lost Horizon in the South” because of its pure beauty not known to many Filipinos.  The Camotes islands are situated in between Leyte and Cebu provinces.  It is part of Cebu but geographically, it is near the Leyte province.  Camotes consists of four islands with five towns; Pacijan Island (San Francisco), Poro Island (Poro and Tudela), Ponson Island (Pilar) and Tulang Diot, a small island barangay in San Francisco.  The islands have a fresh natural environment that will surely entice you.  If you are looking for a place to relax, commune with nature, and find tranquility… this is the place you should be. 

The islands can be reached in just 2 hours thru a fastcraft (Golden Express) from Pier 1 Cebu City.  It is very accessible, that’s why the number of tourist visits in the islands has dramatically soared up.  

Most of the known beaches are found in the town of San Francisco.  It is home of Camotes’ most famous resorts, the Santiago Bay Garden Resort, Mangodlong Beach and Rock Resort and Masamayor Beach Resort.   


Sunday, July 25, 2010
Red wants island as tourism spot

REP. Ramon “Red” Durano (Cebu, fifth district) said he will push through with his plan to reclassify Camotes Island as alienable or disposable land.

“For my new term, I will focus on the management and development of Camotes Island, which would be very good for the whole Cebu Province,” MORE.......

Saturday, August 30, 2008
Solon files bill to turn Camotes Islands into tourism destinations

The development of the Camotes group of islands as tourism destination will come close to reality once the 14th Congress passes House Bill (HB) 1100.

HB 1100, which seeks to re-classify 60 percent of Camotes as alienable and disposable land, is now pending at the Senate for consideration, said Rep. Ramon “Red” Durano in a press conference last Monday........ MORE