A hidden paradise just 30 minutes away from Sual’s town proper, visitors may find themselves in awe of Masamirey Beach – fine powdery white sand, immaculately clear and aquamarine waters and scenic rock formations in the beach’s pebbled area. Visitors shouldn’t miss the chance to go snorkelling and glimpse local fishes, starfishes, sea urchins and many other aquatic animals beneath calm waves. Fishing enthusiasts will also be happy to hear that fishing in the area is allowed, with small boats ready to be rented. Feel free to trade fishing know-hows with the nice locals from the fishing community residing in the cove as well.
For those who can’t keep still from endlessly wondering if there’s more to be seen in this sleepy town, then visitors shouldn’t hesitate to embark on a new adventure beyond Masamirey Beach’s horizon. Tourists can hop on a rented boat and sail to neighboring Cabalitian Island where they can pitch up tents or rent cottages available in the area. The island boasts beautiful rock formations and a small yet inviting cave. Visitors may also drop by at the uninhabited islands of Comas, Poro Maya and Tori-Tori to complete the grand island adventure in Sual.
Address: Brgy. Baybay, Sual, Pangasinan