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Provinces & Destinations - Quezon Province

Church of St. Louis of Toulouse
Lucban

The church is surrounded by gardens and grottos, and all these are fenced-in by old stone walls regarded locally as the "quince-quince".

Feast of San Isidro Labrador
Lucban, Sariaya, Tayabas, and Gumaca

San Isidro Labrador is the patron saint of farmers. In Lucban, people celebrate San Isidro 's feast day with varied festivities all over the town, topped by the religious procession along the streets where the houses are all decorated with native pahiyas, This grand event is held every May 15.

Lamon Bay
Northern Part of Quezon

A very rich fishing ground and home of various living corals; the beaches in Gumaca and Plaridel are ideal for swimming.

Mt. Banahaw
Western Part of the Quezon Province

This 7,382 ft. extinct volcano is famous for its mystical attributes. Unique religious rites are held every Holy Week, participated in by pilgrims who believe that Christ walked on this mountain. There are thousands of people who flock to the site every Holy Week.

Quezon National Park
Atimonan, Pagbilao, & Padre Burgos

With an area of about 983 hectares, the Park is an intricate system of caves, waterfalls, springs, creeks, gorges, and ravines against a quaint backdrop of lush greenery. Local folks say that the park is full of living creatures, from butterflies to birds

St. Michael Archangel Minor Basilica
Tayabas

One of the oldest church in the country which was first built in 1585. It is also the longest Spanish colonial church in the Philippines , with a length of 103 meters.

Villa Escudero
Tiaong

An actual, privately-owned coconut plantation that has been developed into a resort. It has its own church, an interesting museum, and a unique restaurant in the middle of a stream. One can explore Villa Escudero either on foot or by riding carabao-pulled wagons.

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