Enjoy Capiz with her wide choice of satiating experiences: from communion with nature and its nurturing produce, romantic journey to historical places, immersion to indigenous culture, and embracing diverse art expressions from traditional to contemporary, to mingling with people who are uniquely amicable and warm. And, yes, not to be missed are the tastiest seafoods and native delicacies. Everything makes the total experience of what’s in this “Center of Seafood Trip Tourism in the Country.”
One of the National Cultural Treasures as declared by the National Tourism in 2011, the Sta. Monica Church, built in 1774, in Panay is home to the biggest and most likely the heaviest Christian bell in Asia which was cast in 1878 using 70 sacks of coins. The bell weighs 10.4 tons.
The Sinadya in Halaran festival celebrates December 8’s feast day of the Immaculate Concepcion and Capiznon’s spirit of bliss and gratitude. CAPIZTAHAN! commemorates the April 15, 1901triumphant event: the foundation of Capiz’ second civil government highlighting public sector’s participation in Provincial Government’s effort for socio-cultural and tourism development
Get to know more about Capiz by visiting their website. (http://www.capiz.gov.ph/)