Lingayen Beach: A Guide to Traveling the Gray Paradise in the North
Overlooking the Lingayen Gulf lies a powdery gray shore and pristine waters brimming with amazing views of the sea and tons of fun activities for all. Lingayen Beach is an exquisite beach found in the capital of Pangasinan.
We’ve already talked about the Hundred Islands, Tambobong Beach, and Patar Beach in the same province. Now, it’s time to put the spotlight on Lingayen Capitol Beach. In this blog, we will tell you all about the things you need to know before visiting this beach.
What’s inside this blog?
- About Lingayen Beach
- How to get there
- Rates and other information
- Lingayen Beach Resorts
- Other tourist spots in Lingayen, Pangasinan
- Pangasinan Tourism Guidelines 2021 | COVID-19 Updates
- Frequently Asked Questions About Lingayen Beach
About Lingayen Beach
Lingayen Beach is a public beach offering a free, tranquil, and scenic spot ideal for beach-lovers. It is perfect for beach and water sports, team-building activities, bonfires, and sunset or sunrise viewing. You can even see fishermen arriving with their bountiful catch which you can buy fresh at the lowest rates before they even reach the market. And here’s more, when you see them pulling their net ashore with their catch, you are more than welcome to experience it firsthand.
If you’re someone who craves for thrill and adrenaline rush, you can enjoy the beauty of Lingayen Capitol Beach by riding an ATV. Just this March 2021, the Municipal Government opened the Lingayen Adventure Park in coordination with a private company, Tol Recreational Hub. Aside from the view of the ocean, the ATV activity also provides you a peek of nearby mountain ranges.
How to get there
Photo source: Wikimedia Commons
From Cuabo or Pasay, ride a bus bound for Lingayen, Pangasinan. Travel time is around 5 hours depending on the traffic situation. Upon arrival at the terminal, you can take a jeep or tricycle that will bring you to the closest jumpoff point of the Lingayen Beach Resort you are visiting.
List of Buses that passing through Lingayen:
- Dagupan Bus Line (Quezon City to Dagupan)
- Victory Liner (Quezon City to Dagupan & Alaminos)
- Five Star Bus Line (Pasay City to Dagupan & Bolinao)
- City Trans (Manila to Dagupan & Bolinao)
- Philippine Rabbit (Quezon City to Dagupan & Bolinao)
- Philippine Rapid Manila to Dagupan & Bolinao)
Rates and other information
LINGAYEN CAPITOL BEACH ENTRANCE FEE: Free
ATV RENTAL: PHP 200 to PHP 1,200
LAND AREA: 6,276 hectares
NO. OF BARANGAYS: 32
CLASSIFICATION: 1st class
TOWN FIESTA: Bagoong Festival / Lingayen Town Fiesta / January
PISTA’Y DAYAT: Last week of April – May 1
INDUSTRIES: Bangus and aquaculture, bagoong/patis making,nipa vinegar, nipa roof shingles making, furniture making, coconut midribs and buri crafts, rice
Lingayen Beach Resorts
Whether you’re looking for a budget Lingayen Resort or a luxurious beach resort in Lingayen Pangasinan, we got you covered with our list below!
Address: Don Martin Domingo St., Pangapisan North Lingayen Pangasinan
Price from PHP 3,000/night
El Puerto Marina Lingayen is a hidden paradise neatly nestled in Lingayen Gulf Coast. This Lingayen beach resort offers the best view of the clear blue sea, powdery volcanic sand and the golden rays of sunrise and sunset.
Address: Sto. Nino St. East Lingayen, Pangasinan
Price from PHP 300/night
If you can’t find any resort in Lingayen Pangasinan that matches your budget, consider checking out Redondo Inn Lingayen especially if you’re just looking for a quick stay. This Inn offers hourly and overnight prices to cater to all budgets. Their rooms are clean and cozy, offering a comfortable stay for everyone.
Address: Capitol Park, Maramba Blvd., Lingayen, Pangasinan
Price from PHP 900/night
Contrary to its name, The President Hotel is a beach resort in Lingayen Pangasinan that offers affordable accommodations perfect for any budget. The good thing here is that even if it’s affordable, the comfort isn’t sacrificed because of their cozy rooms and nice ambiance.
Address: Torres Bugallon St., Lingayen, Lingayen, Pangasinan
Price from PHP 2,600/night
While there are lots of stunning Lingayen resorts, there are also beautiful hotels in Lingayen where you can have a cozy stay. Among the popular ones is the Bergamo Hotel Lingayen that features a modern style interior that provides a comfortable stay without breaking the bank.
Address: Tobuan, Labrador, Pangasinan, Labrador – Sual Rd, Labrador
Price from PHP 3,000/night
This Lingayen beach resort with pool is perfect for families traveling with kids. Their amenities include a big pool with slides that kids (and kids at heart) would enjoy.
Other tourist spots in Lingayen, Pangasinan
- Lingayen Gulf Beach Club
- Limahong Channel
- MacArthur Landing Marker
- Capitol Building
- Urduja House
- Sison Auditorium
- Epiphany of Our Lord’s Parish Church
- Ramos Ancestral House/Museum
- Lingayen View Park, Veterans Memorial Park
- Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center
- Plaza de Lingayen
Pangasinan Tourism Guidelines 2021 | COVID-19 Updates
As of March 2021, Pangasinan has reopened its doors to domestic tourists from MGCQ areas. No travel authority and medical certificates needed. But the local government unit said to check with the destinations first before visiting as some local governments might have different requirements like presenting a negative RT-PCR test result when traveling to a town or a city in the province.
For more information and latest travel updates, visit pangasinan.gov.ph.
Frequently Asked Questions About Lingayen Beach
Q: What is Lingayen known for?
A: Lingayen, Pangasinan is popular for its beautiful heritage landmarks and the famous Lingayen Beach. It is also known as the main producer of salt in the Philippines and dubbed as the home of the most delectable bagoong.
Q: What is the meaning of Lingayen in Pangasinan?
A: The word “Lingayen” was derived from the Pangasinan language word “lingawen” meaning “looking back.”
Q: Where can I swim in Pangasinan?
A: From popular to offbeat beaches in Pangasinan, we’ve listed all the best places to visit in case you’re itching to go on an island trip!
- Patar Beach
- Hundred Islands National Park
- Tondol Beach
- Tambobong Beach
- San Fabian Beach
- Bolo Beach
- Bolasi Beach
- Cabongaoan Beach
- Abagatanen Beach
- Surip Beach
- Lingayen Beach
For the full details, read this: 10 Most Beautiful Beaches in Pangasinan Fit for a Beach-Lover’s Taste
Q: Is Pangasinan open for tourists?
A: As of March 2021, Pangasinan has reopened its doors to domestic tourists from MGCQ areas. No travel authority and medical certificates needed. But the local government unit said to check with the destinations first before visiting as some local governments might have different requirements like presenting a negative RT-PCR test result when traveling to a town or a city in the province.
For more information and latest travel updates, visit pangasinan.gov.ph.
Q: What is the festival in Pangasinan?
A: Here is the full list of all the festivals in Pangasinan you should experience at least once.
|74th Lingayen Gulf Landings Anniversary & 10th Pangasinan Veterans Day||January 9||Veterans Memorial Park, Lingayen|
|Lingayen Town Fiesta (Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord)||January 2-6||Lingayen Town Plaza (District 2)|
|Bugallon Day “Carabao Festival”||January 12||Bugallon Town Plaza (District 2)|
|Pozorrubio Town Fiesta & Patupat Festival||January 3-18 & January 11||Pozorrubio Town Plaza (District 5)|
|Villasis Town Fiesta & Talong Festival||January 11-21 & January 12||Villasis Town Plaza (District 5)|
|Mabini Town Fiesta (1st Balsaan Festival)||January 11-20||Mabini Town Plaza (District 1)|
|Malasiqui Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Ildephonse)||January 19-27||Malasiqui Town Plaza (District 3)|
|San Fabian Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Fabian)||January 11-27||San Fabian Town Plaza (District 4)|
|Mangatarem Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Raymund Peñaforte)||January 19-27||Mangatarem Town Plaza (District 2)|
|Bagoong Festival||January 17-27||Lingayen Town Plaza (District 2)|
|Binmaley Town Fiesta & Sigay Festival||January 25-February 3 & February 3||Binmaley Town Plaza (District 2)|
|Pakwan Festival||January 27- February 2||Bani Town Plaza (District 1)|
|Sta. Maria Town Fiesta “Mushroom Festival”||January 15 – February 21||Sta.Maria (District 6)|
|Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes Salasa Church Bugallon “Marian Festival/Exhibit”||February 1-11||Brgy. Salasa, Bugallon (District 2)|
|Natividad Town Fiesta||February 10-14||Natividad (District 6)|
|Binalonan Town Fiesta (Feast of Sto. Niño)||February 2- 19||Binalonan (District 5)|
|Dasol Town Fiesta (Asin Festival)||March 7-10||Dasol (District 1)|
|Laoac Town Fiesta (Tupig Festival)||March 1-6||Laoac (District 5)|
|Tayug Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Patrick of Ireland) “Sun Flower Eco-Park”||March 10-21||Tayug (District 6)|
|Mangaldan Town Fiesta (Pindang Festival)||January 28-March 10||Mangaldan (District 4)|
|San Manuel Town Fiesta||March 10-15||San Manuel (District 6)|
|Alaminos City (Paraw Festival)||March 19-28||Alaminos City (District 1)|
|Balungao Town Fiesta (Goat Festival)||March 16-21||Balungao (District 6)|
|Aguilar Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Joseph)||March 14-19||Aguilar (District 2)|
|Sto. Tomas (Corn Festival)||March 22-25||Sto. Tomas (District 5)|
|Semana Santa ed Kapitolyo||March 28||Capitol Complex, Lingayen|
|Agew na Pangasinan (Pangasinan 439thCharter Day)||April 5||Capitol Complex Lingayen|
|Pista’y Dayat (Sea Festival of the North)||April 5 to May 10||Capitol Complex Lingayen|
|Bayambang Town Fiesta (Fest of St. Vincent Ferrer) (Malangsi Festival)||April 1-8||Bayambang (District 3)|
|Bolinao Town Fiesta (Mangunguna Festival)||April 9-14||Bolinao (District 1)|
|Holy Week Pilgrimage Redeemer’s Way of the Cross||April 20||Bani (District 1)|
|Mapandan Town Fiesta & (Pandan Festival)||April 11-16||Mapandan (District 3)|
|Dagupan City (Bangus Festival)||April 6 to May 30||Dagupan City (District 4)|
|San Carlos City Fiesta (Mango Bamboo Festival)||April 18-28||San Carlos City (District 3)|
|Anda Town Fiesta (Binungey Festival)||April 17||Anda (District 1)|
|Umingan Town Fiesta (3rd Kalabasa Festival)||April 5-14||Umingan (District 6)|
|Asingan Town Fiesta||April 3-9||Asingan (District 6)|
|Infanta Town Fiesta (Fest of St. John)||April 27-29||Infanta (District 1)|
|Sual Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Peter)||April 16-29||Sual (District 1)|
|Agno (Umbrella Rocks Festival)||April 23-28||Agno (District 1)|
|Urbiztondo Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Pius)||May 4-5||Urbiztondo (District 2)|
|Alacala Town Fiesta||May 1-5||Alacala (District 5)|
|Calasiao Town Fiesta (Feast of Señor Divino Tesoro)||May 1–7||Calasiao (District 3)|
|Manaoag Town Fiesta||May 6 – 10||Manaoag (District 4)|
|Burgos Town Fiesta (Bayog Festival)||May 11-16||Burgos (District 1)|
|Labrador Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Isidro)||May 14-15||Labrador (District 2)|
|San Jacinto Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Jacinto)||May 18||San Jacinto (District 4)|
|San Quintin Town Fiesta “Rangga-Rangga Festival”||May 10-18||San Quintin (District 6)|
|Lilikagan/Kalanguya (Tribal Festival)||May 16||Brgy.Malicu San Nicolas (District 6)|
|Rosales Town Fiesta (Tinapa Festival)||June 9-16||Rosales (District 6)|
|Bautista (Feast of St. John the Baptist)||June 23-24||Bautista (District 5)|
|Feast of Sts. Peter & Paul||June 28-29||Calasiao (District 3)|
|Anniversary of St. James The Great Fortress Church||July 24-25||Bolinao (District 1)|
|Pangasinan Tourism Month Celebration||September 1-30||Lingayen (District 2)|
|Basista Town Fiesta||September 5||Basista (District 1)|
|Aguilar Day (Ansagket Festival)||October 23-27||Aguilar (District 2)|
|Speaker Eugenio Perez Day||November 13||San Carlos City (District 3)|
|Bugallon Town Fiesta (Feast of St. Andrew)||November 25-30||Bugallon (District 2)|
|Urdaneta City TownFiesta (Feast of Immaculate Conception)||December 1-14||Urdaneta City (District 1)|
|Dagupan City Fiesta (Fest of St. John Evangelist)||December 4 -31||Dagupan City (District 4)|
|Thanks Giving & Town Fiesta||December 7-9||Bani (District 1)|
|Calasiao (Puto Festival)||December 9 – 13||Calasiao (District 3)|
|Calasiao (District 3)||December 1-9||Sta. Barbara (District 3)|
|Manaoag Town Fiesta (Galicayo Festival)||December 8||Manaoag (District 4)|
|Agew na Urbiztondo “Kanen Festival”||December 27-29||Urbiztondo (District 2)|
Q: What is the best Lingayen beach resort?
A: Here’s a list of the popular Lingayen resorts you should check out:
- El Puerto Marina Lingayen Beach Resort & Vacation Club
- Redondo Inn Lingayen
- The President Hotel
- Bergamo Hotel Lingayen
- Covelandia Du Labrador Family Beach Resort
Q: What are Redondo Inn Lingayen room rates?
A: The Redondo Inn Lingayen room rates start from PHP 300 per night.
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