The town of San Vicente, in Palawan, is home to the aptly named Long Beach, a 3-cove beach in the Philippines. Stretching an impressive 14.7 kilometers, Long Beach spans four barangays within the Municipality of San Vicente.
San Vicente, while relatively underrated, is quite known for its pristine beaches coupled with clear blue waters that are home to beautiful coral reefs, as well as a good collection of untouched waterfalls. San Vicente, Palawan is home to its own airport, which makes it an optimal and strategic tourist location, serving as a major gateway to two of Palawan’s most popular tourist spots, El Nido and the Underground River.
Although lacking public coverage, San Vicente has been designated First Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone (TEZ) in the country and is also recognized as an Eco-Town municipality.
The municipality covers a total land area of 165,797.6525 hectares and is made up of 10 barangays. San Vicente lies 186 kilometers northwest of the popular city of Puerto Princesa, the capital town of Palawan.
Palawan is a province under Region IV-B (MIMAROPA), also known as the Southern Tagalog Region. It is found in the southwest area of the Philippines.