|Places to See|
- Cardona Heroes Park has a statue of Jose Rizal as well as Mother Philippines and her Fallen Son, a statue done by Nemiranda as a tribute to those who gave their lives for freedom.
- The small, rustic and picture-perfect Cielito Lindo Island, located 2 kms. offshore, is also called Toothbrush Island. Its name means “beautiful little heaven.” The island has a small chapel and nature trails.
- Buluburan Hot Springs
- Cardona was, during the American regime, placed under the jurisdiction of Rizal province
- In 1903, it was merged with Baras, Binangonan and Morong.
- Cardona was made into a separate municipality in on February 1, 1914.
This farming and fishing town is the center of a thriving bangus industry and fish corrals stretch out across Laguna Lake from the shore. There are three landing sites: Cardona Market, Brgy. Looc and Brgy. Dalig.
|Location and Topography|
Cardona is located on the same peninsula as Binangonan
- Area (sq. kms.): 31.15
- Population (2000): 39,003
- No. of Barangays: 18 (4 urban and 14 rural, 9 on Talim Island)
- Income Class: Fourth
- District: Second
- Zip Code: 1950
- Area Code: 02
|Where to Stay|
- Kuhala Bay Resort, at 935 San Juan St., Sitio Kuhala, Brgy. Dalig, has swimming pools and function rooms. Tel: 652-1899. Fax: 652-1901.
|How to Get There|
Distances (Cardona to:)
From Antipolo City or Taytay, jeepneys ply the lesser roads to Cardona.
|Tourist Information Center|
- Mayor’s Office - Municipal Hall (tel: 652-0018)
- Holy Week (senaculo)
- October 4 (Pagoda Festival, St. Francis of Assisi)
- October 6 (La Torre)
- Second Week of December (Bamboo Arch Festival)