What better way to invigorate your tired, weary body and mind exhausted by the hustle and bustle of city life than a dip in the placid, cool waters of Anilao beach. Or take a leisurely walk along the coast as its fine sand tickles your bare feet while fresh ocean air caresses your whole being. And if you feel a little adventurous, the call of the ocean-deep will entice you to swim, snorkel or scuba dive. The luxuriant, enticingly beautiful flora, tropical fishes and coral reefs that abound the vast ocean floor are enough to momentarily keep you at peace with the world. Not far away is pristine and verdant vegetation that will lull your senses to moments of serenity and peace.

So take time out and bring your family and friends to a fun-filled trip at Aguila Beach Resort and discover all these nature’s gifts.

It is also an ideal place to hold your business meetings and seminars. A romantic haven, too, for the newlyweds and an attractive place for social functions and receptions.


  • Food and Beverage Area – can seat 50 persons
  • Function Hall – airconditioned; accommodates 150 persons
  • Swimming pool for children and adults
  • Wide playing field where guests can indulge in their favorite outdoor games
    – volleyball, badminton, table tennis, jogging, etc.
  • Wide parking area
  • Boat rides to Sombrero Island and other scenic spots
  • Walking distance to the public market

How To Get There

From Metro Manila, take the South Luzon Expressway. Take Calamba Exit at the end of the South Luzon Expressway, going towards Sto. Tomas, Batangas. Then, take a Right at the “Star Tollway” going to Lipa (entrance is after the Sto. Tomas Industrial Park).

Upon reaching the end of the highway to Lipa, exit towards San Fernando Air Base, Lipa City. Take a Right towards Cuenca, Alitagtag. Upon reaching the end of the road, turn Left towards Bauan, then Mabini. Turn Right towards Anilao, Mabini (before the bridge). Turn Right at the junction towards Anilao. Before reaching Anilao pier, turn Right at the corner with the Shell Station.