Swimming pool at Club Agutaya

    Club Agutaya

    Midrange Hotels & Resorts

    Club Agutaya is a boutique Resort situated directly on San Viecente Long Beach, a long stretch of super fine sand with clear blue water, perhaps the best-keep secret beach in Palawan.

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    How to plan a San Vicente Trip

    Information and activities to plan your holiday in San Vicente

    San Vicente is a secret beach getaway that is under the radar, for now. So before it gets filled, buy your tickets, pack your bags and enjoy the privacy.

    Come and discover the stunning San Vicente’s Long Beach lined with golden sand, palm trees, and gorgeous blue water.

    When to go:

    High Season

    San Vicente peak season starts in November and ends nearly in May.

    San Vicente is still a relatively unknown travel destination in Palawan, hence it never gets crowded, even during the peak season and public holidays.

    However, due to the limited number of hotels in San Vicente, it’s advisable to book the rooms in advance if you are planning to travel for Christmas and New Year.


    Low Season

    The rainy seasons starts in June and lasts till October. August is the wettest month.

    One of the downsides of San Vicente is that there are not many things to do when it rains.


    Events and Festivals

    The most important festival in San Vicente is the  Malagnang Festival. The word “Malagnang”, in the local dialect literally means “Mud” which signifies fertile soil that gave life and prosperity to the early settlers of the town. This annual celebration is held in June.

    Average rainfall days in San Vicente, Philippines

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    Attractions You Should Consider Visiting:

    • Long Beach
    • German Island
    • Boayan Island
    • Exotic Island
    • Paradise Island
    • Papawyan Falls
    • Cacnipa Island

    Classic San Vicente Tour Options:


    • Port Barton Island Hopping: discover some of the beautiful islands and snorkeling sites in Port Barton.


    • Boayan Island: discover the biggest island in San Vicente. It has secluded white sand beaches, lush forest, and spectacular marine life.

    Suggested 4- days Itinerary

    Day 1: Arrive San Vicente
    Day 2: Port Barton Island Hopping
    Day 3: Boayan Island
    Day 4: Depart San Vicente

    Where to stay

    For those planning to visit San Vicente and want to stay overnight, the main options would be to travel by land to either Port Barton or the Long Beach area. Both have that remote, laid-back, peaceful and uncommercialized charm. Accommodations are still mostly rustic, catering to international travelers and backpackers, while electricity and internet connectivity in many spots are still not that reliable.


    Luxury: Club Agutaya Resort

    Club Agutaya, situated on the Long Beach in San Vicente, is an eco-friendly resort, that offers luxurious private accommodations furnished with Filipino inspired decor.
    All rooms are air-conditioned and are equipped with a flat-screen LED television as well as a seating area. The private en suite bathroom includes solar-powered heated showers, bathrobes, and toiletries are available upon request.

    Apart from enjoying beach activities, guests may also enjoy the outdoor freshwater infinity pool which overlooks the beach and the ocean.

    What to bring along:

    This is our beach packing list to help you pack everything you will need for a great trip to San Vicente.

    • Swimsuit
    • Shorts
    • Cotton t-shirts
    • Loose Pants
    • Flip Flops
    • Beach Bag
    • Beach Pareo
    • Beach Towel
    • Sunhut
    • Sunscreen
    • Watershoes
    • Sunglasses
    • Refillable Water bottle
    • A good book/Kindle
    • Waterproof camera
    • Insect repellent
    • Raincoat
    • Cash in local currency


    Grilled food and drinks are served in the few establishments along the Long Beach. There is also an open-air food court near the public market, pier and tourist office with several stalls serving fruit shakes, grilled specialties, seafood and Filipino dishes.