GENERAL INFORMATION (ILOILO)
- Bay-ang Point, locally called Punta, has a beach of smooth stones and crystal-like waters.
- Florida Beach
- Malayu-an Beach (Brgy. Malayu-an)
- Pedada Beach (Brgy. Pedada)
- Pili Beach
- Punta Bato Beach
- Panalikdikon Falls, in Sitio Dawis, Brgy. Tipacla, is located 4 kms. from the poblacion. It is ideal for swimming and picnics.
- Agcolaknit Falls (Brgy. Sto. Rosario)
- Manlud Falls (Brgy. Sto. Rosario)
- Cagay Falls
- Florida Falls
- Nasidman Island, located 1.5 kms. offshore from the town (a 10-min. boat ride from Brgy. Barrido), has a village, a beach at its north end, one functioning cottage for overnight stay and several umbrella-type cottages for excursionists.
- The wild, treeless and uninhabited Calabasa Island, also called Parola Island, is located 150 m. from Nasidman Island and is a 15-min. boat ride from the mainland. It has a beach and a modern lighthouse built by the Philippine Navy. The remains of the old lighthouse and quarters were built around 1900.
- Binongan-an Diutay Island
- Ginasian Island
- Punta Buri Island (Brgy. Punta Buri)
- Hilltop (Brgy. Culasi)
- The town's present stone Church of St. Thomas of Villanueva was built by Fr. Florencio Martin probably on the foundation of the previous one destroyed during the July 13, 1787 earthquake. Its artistic, three-storey bell tower was damaged during the January 5, 1948 earthquake, leaving just the main lower level. There are still five bells. The biggest was installed in 1876 by Fr. Ignacio Ramos and another in 1895 by Fr. Manuel Camara. The convent was built by Fr. Florencio Martin but was burned by Filipino guerillas in 1942.
- Agony Hill Tree Park, a venue for religious pilgrimages, has 14 Stations of the Cross ending on three crosses simulating Christ’s way to Mount Calvary.
- Panalikdikan Falls (Sitio Dawis, Poblacion)
- Seven Cities of Alimondian is a captivating landscape of mountains, hills, verdant forest streams, lakes (Tinagong Danao), springs (Ibagat Spring), caves (Oyang Cave), waterfalls (Maslog Falls) and exotic flora and fauna. It is named after the seven clustered barangays that compose it. It also includes Agua Colonia, Bato Dungok and Umingan Plateau.
- Mt. Patugpahon, in Brgy. Manganese, is located 8 kms. from the town proper.
- Dumingding Cave, in Sitio Dumingding, Brgy. Balabag, has a free-flowing spring.
- Boyboyan Falls, in Brgy. Palaypay, is located 2.5 kms. from the town proper
- Darangkalan Falls, in Sitio Bagingbong, Brgy. Balabag, is located 8 kms. from the the town proper at the foot of Mt. Manyakiya (the town’s highest).
- The enchanting Sta. Ana Waterfall, located 5 kms. from the town proper, has a small cave.