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Just an hour and twenty minutes from San Jose de Buenavista, the capital town of the province of Antique, in “Punta Banwa” Barangay Poblacion, Town of Barbaza, situated a newly built Coop Ocean View Resort. Coop Ocean View Resort is just 65 kilometers from San Jose with an area of 2,476 square meters beach property owned by Barbaza Multi-Purpose Cooperative.
The resort is an ideal destination for the family and friends get together or for relaxation. The resort also has a Convention Hall that will be suited for hosting meetings, seminars, workshops and conferences which can accommodate of up to 150 persons. To make the resort even more interesting and worth the trip, it has a semi fine dining restaurant which offers sought-after experiences that will appease your taste buds and dine in style. The resort also has a bar that serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, liquor, cocktails, distilled water and soft drinks. Be amazed as the bar will also host weekend entertainment, which may be a live band, vocalist, comedian or disk jockey playing recorded music.
Coop Ocean View Resort has bamboo cottages for those who wants to relax and to feel the ocean air. The beach is also famous for the Batabat Coral Reef Marine Reserve. The reef is 1 kilometer from the shore with beautiful composition of corals, fishes, and other marine life which are among the best in the county. The natural attraction is perfect for divers, for photographers, and for usual nature tripper.
The construction of hotel amenities is still on going and it will be complemented by an infinity pool. So look out for the further improvement of Coop Ocean View Resort. Anyone outside the Panay Island can visit BMPC Coop Ocean View Resort through the international airports in Cabatuan, Iloilo, and in Kalibo, Aklan. It will take at least two hours to drive from Kalibo to the town. When in Iloilo, the trip will be at least three hours and 30 minutes. Those in Manila and in other cities in the Philippines may also take the Roll-On Roll-Off (RORO) transport system to reach Barbaza. Public utility vans and buses are also operating between Antique, Aklan and Iloilo. When you’re in Antique province, you can visit Barbaza through tricycles, bus and jeepneys.