Is a first-class, partially urban municipality in the province of Romblon, Philippines. It is a major port, commercial center and the largest municipality of Romblon in terms of population and income. Legend has it, that the inhabitants found an “odiong” (local term for “arrow”) struck to a tree; thus, the place was called Inodiongan, meaning “struck by an arrow”, which later metamorphosed to Odiongan (Wikipedia).
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A protected marine sanctuary in the middle of Looc Bay. It is host to more than a hundred different marine species including different fishes, corals, clams, lobsters, and turtles.
Located in Pato-o, Odiongan, this falls is surrounded by rocks that heat up its waters which makes it great for swimming and relaxing. “Mainit” in English means “hot”.
Binucot beach boasts of its picturesque landscape that is uniquely separated into two coves that is made of a myriad of multi-sized pebbles. The combination of pebbles and cream sand along its long stretch of shoreline will surely give your feet a unique therapy.
Aglicay Beach boasts of turquoise waters sweeping along its wide stretch of soft white sand shoreline.