St. Francis of Assisi Church – located a few meters from the port. Established in 1795 and the first parish church in the province.
Baywalk – on the way to the Balete Tree site is the baywalk where the provincial signage can be found.
Balete Tree – you can enjoy gazing at the century-old tree while having a fish foot spa. You can also buy souvenir items here.
San Isidro Labrador Church – also called Lazi Church, was built in 1857 and the only church (that I have visited so far) that has well preserved wooden floor. This is the second best old church for me (my first is Tumauini Church in Isabela)
Lazi Convent – situated across San Isidro Labrador Church and is considered one of the biggest convents in the Philippines. The church and the convent were declared a National Historical Landmark in 1973.
(you may check our budget and itinerary for this trip – Siquijor, Oslob and Dumagute)