Welcome to this idyllic hideaway located 118 kilometers northwest of Cebu in Baybay Tambongon, San Remigio. A member company of the Prime Movers Holdings group, San Remigio Beach Club opened in May 2002. In our almost two decades of operation, the 5.5-hectare resort offered its guests a different day, every day.

With the town’s famous longest coastline in the province on one side and the bucolic countryside on the other, the resort gives a glimpse of the local life and an authentic Cebuano experience.

We constantly innovate so you’ll be spoilt for choice from the moment you check in to the time you leave.

We have both a pool and a private sandy beach, perfect for couples, families, and friends. Our dining options source the fresh and quality products in this town combined with international culinary touch and every meal promise something exciting or the chance to revisit familiar favorites.

The combination of ways to start your days in this slice of paradise seems endless. Rise with the sun and a morning swim, take a leisurely stroll, get active in the sports areas, or start your day unhurriedly right in the comfort of your room, taking in the peaceful surroundings from your private porch. Every room has magical views you can soak up for the ultimate R&R.

Our waters provide plenty of adventure for enthusiasts of every age and skill. There are activities and educational programs that await on land too to keep you entertained. Every day is sure to bring something new when you stay with us.


The town of San Remigio is home not only to over 50,000 peace-loving people but also to unspoiled beaches. It is bordered by Medellin on its north, Tañon Strait and Bantayan Island on its west, Bogo City and Tabogon town on the east, and Tabuelan on its south.

In the latter part of the 17th century, San Remigio was known as “Kanghagas,” a tree which grew abundantly in the place. Kanghagas was then just a barangay of Punta, later re-named Punta Isabel in honor of the Spanish Queen Isabel II. Punta Isabel formed part of the municipality of Bogo. During the Spanish regime, the Kanghagas trees were cut down paving the way for the establishment of what is now the vacation town of San Remigio.

The name San Remigio was coined in honor of Spanish commander Remigio Multon who valiantly led the fight during the invasion of the Moro pirates. The locals added “San” to the commander’s name as a sign of their appreciation and respect for him.




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To reach the municipality, one can take the main highway for three hours, covering the scenic 118-kilometer drive from the city center. Zoom past Cebu’s quaint towns and let the beauty of the rural part of Cebu unfold before your eyes.