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We missed the English mass and settled for a mass in the vernacular. While the mass as ongoing, we couldn't help but be astounded by the beauty of this really old stone church in idyllic Argao. We were pleasantly surprised to find out later that...More
The Argao church or the Saint Michael the Archangel Parish church was built in 1734. The facade is made of sand and coral stones making it appear white.
It has a simple Baroque architecture, if there’s such thing.
The church is just 8-minute walk from...More
BEST place to live when you retire from the city's unfriendly, not so healthy nature. People are so warm and generous. This is the ONE and ONLY HOME for the BEST and MOST DELICIOUS TORTA IN THE ENTIRE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES...BAR NONE
Argao Church was the first stop in my southern Cebu solo trip and it was worth the stop. I took a tricycle from the main highway to go to the church and town plaza. Its ornate design and the rich history make it a must-stop...More
One of the oldest church in Cebu. This century ++ old church is one of the best standing church you will find in the province of Cebu. I am lucky enough to marry someone from Argao giving me all access to the church. Unfortunately, my...More
I love the village of Argao. This beautiful historic church sits on the plaza where many other original buildings are still in use. It's just steps away from the pier and waterfront. You can see it from the national highway so you know when to...More
South Cebu is good for heritage tour and perfect for religious activities. Argao should not be missed for both reasons. Argao is not famous for the church, but for their torta (which taste I cannot comprehend!) Any tips or info how their torta was made?...More