Camaya Coast Life Is Breathtakingly Simple

Just a three-hour drive from Manila to the southernmost tip of Bataan Peninsula, you will reach Camaya Coast Beach Resort & Properties. A once secluded cove, accessible to local fishermen, is now transformed into a prime leisure beach resort and residential development.

At Camaya Coast, we welcome you with lush mountains, endless sunsets, and pristine beaches. We offer you kilometer stretch of fine sand and clear blue waters, priceless view of the cove and the majestic Mt. Mariveles. We take the best of nature and make it even better for a perfect getaway from the busy metropolis.

We have food outlets & kiosks to satisfy your cravings during your stay – The Wood Pavillion (inspired by Max’s Restaurant), Pancake House, Figaro, Yellow Cab, Army Navy, Potato Corner, Granny’s Ice Cream, Big Chill, Sand Bar, BBQ Grill, and Buko Station. We have Giordano outlet as well for your clothing needs and our very own Coast Store for merchandise.

There are three swimming pools around the resort where you can unwind and feel refreshed: two infinity pools at Aqua Fun Hotel and at the beach resort; and also one large swimming pool at Camaya Sands Hotel. More of our hotel amenities include a fitness gym, system safe lockers, function rooms, golf carts, cabanas, shower rooms, first-aid station, cashless payment transactions, and more. We also have the internationally renowned Bali-themed Mandara Spa that offers a relaxing retreat as part of your vacation.

Enjoy different activities you can do around the resort. Be active while on vacation and try kayaking, playing beach volleyball, biking, jumping in our inflatable islands, bonfire, and fireworks watching by the beach, listening to live bands. You can also visit the Aqua Fun Waterpark where you can feel the thrill of adrenaline rush with our giant slides and water playground.

With these premium amenities, delicious food choices, exciting activities, excellent service, & friendly staff – a stay with us is always a breeze.

The President

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manuel Carlos ”Goody” Ilagan