The Cape Bolinao Lighthouse stands on top of the Punta Piedra Point, 351 feet above sea level. It showcases a 360-degree view of the West Philippine Sea. Built in 1905 by British and Filipino engineers, the lighthouse is considered one of the tallest lighthouses in the country. Despite not being open to the public anymore, which would have challenged anyone to climb its 135 steps to the top, visitors can still enjoy and admire the view of the lighthouse outside. Walking to the edge of the Punta Piedra Point, one could still see the marvellous site of the West Philippine Sea in the horizon, past the lush green of treetops in the surrounding area.