Prieto Diaz Mangrove Forest & Coastal Management Showcase Covering 11 barangays, the Prieto-Diaz site, with jump-off base at the Sabang Beach Resort, which also offers white sand beach and beachside picnic cottages, now showcases 112 hectares of natural mangrove forest, 267 has. mangrove plantation, the widest stretch of seagrass with 836 has. and tidal/mud flats of 1,200 has., 800 has. of protected coral reefs, and a marine sanctuary just 2 kilometers from Sabang Beach. It also maintains a mangrove nursery. Just across Sabang Beach is the mangrove plantation featuring a wood and bamboo canopy walk. It is a haven for marine biologists, environmentalists, and people interested in coastal resource management and protection.
Rizal Beach is located in Gubat, close to the turbulent San Bernardino Strait. Rizal Beach is long and sandy. An ideal place for boating, swimming and beachcombing. Rizal Beach Resort offers a wide expanse of fine white sand beach and it has two well-appointed beachside resort hotels.
Rompeolas is the very charming quay of Sorsogon city. It affords a panoramic view of Bulusan Volcano across Sorsogon Bay and, inland, the Sts Peter and Paul Cathedral, with its pointed spires looming over the city. Small inter-island cargo vessels still dock every once in a while by its side. It is a pleasant walk especially early in the morning. It is also a favourite place for promenaders who flock in the late afternoons to watch the huge reddish-orange sun slowly slip down behind Pinaculan Island.
Sabang Beach Resort Operated by the municipal government, the Sabang Beach Resort is only a few steps away from the center of Bulan town. It offers individual cottages with rooms, including beachside picnic cottages, conference or seminar rooms, and a cafeteria. The wide beach is of fine white sand.
Sorsogon Provincial Capital (then and now) The Sorsogon Provincial Capitol Park, with the imposing Capitol Building as its center piece is located along Rizal Street just as one enters the center of Sorsogon City. It was built during the early American period by Engr Henry B. Lilley. The park beside it, with its gnarled ancient trees, is perhaps the largest, most beautiful and greenest Park anywhere in the Bicol Region. Towards the eastern side of the Park is a domed concrete kiosk, which locals to this day call "The Kiosko". It is now considered a historical landmark. It used to host bands and orchestras during formal balls and concerts at the Park.
Top most pictures are from Buenavista Beach.