San Juan is a coastal municipality of the province of La Union. It is surrounded by the City of San Fernando (the capital of the La Union) to the south, the municipality of Bacnotan to the north, and the municipality of San Gabriel (where the famous Tangadan Falls is located) to the East.
The municipality of San Juan is popularly known as the Surfing Capital of Northern Luzon. Surfers and beach lovers from Baguio, Manila, Pampanga and other places visit San Juan to dance with the waves with their surfing boards and to have fun on its pristine beach. San Juan Surfing Break is held usually in October every year. The event is probably the biggest surfing event in the Philippines. Attendees don’t only come to San Juan for surfing but also for lively night parties.
What to See in San Juan, La Union
The Municipal Hall of San Juan, La Union
St. John the Baptist Parish
San Juan Public Market
Puerto de San Juan
Beach at San Juan, La Union
The Beach at Ili Sur, San Juan, La Union at Night
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One of the resorts travelers frequent is Puerto de San Juan. It is a family-friendly beach resort in San Juan that offers a variety of amenities and activities for an enjoyable and relaxing stay. Puerto de San Juan is the only resort in town that has a spacious parking space, a chapel, a huge conference/event hall, and the PSJ Theme Park. Simply, Puerto de San Juan is the largest resort in San Juan, La Union in terms of land area.
Hotel and Accommodations
As they say, you cannot fully enjoy San Juan in just one day. Puerto de San Juan offers several accommodation options for individuals, family, or groups. Each room/suite has its own toilet and bath, hot & cold shower, cable TV, and modern air conditioning system. Being a budget-friendly hotel in San Juan, La Union, you can definitely enjoy your vacation for less.
How to Get to Puerto de San Juan
From Manila, take a bus bound for Laoag. Ask them to drop you off at San Juan Public Market. Take the street going left towards the market, go straight ahead to reach Puerto de San Juan.
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