Lingayen Beach is an exquisite beach found in the capital of Pangasinan. It is a public beach that is open to all and has no entrance fee. Even cottages here are all free of charge, even if you stay the whole day. Unlike Hundred Islands in Alaminos, Patar Beach in Bolinao, and Tondol Beach in Anda, Lingayen Beach has a powdery grey color of sand.
Lingayen Beach is located in front of the Provincial Capitol of Pangasinan. What I loved about Lingayen beach is that it has a long grey stretch of sand, and cottages are of the same size. Public bathrooms are available. And there is a large grass field before the beach where kids can play. Lingayen Beach is one of the most organized public beaches in Pangasinan.
When you visit Lingayen Beach, you can also have a side trip to Veterans Memorial Park, a popular tourist spot in Lingayen Pangasinan where pictures and things used in World War II were displayed. Set up on the front lawn is air fighter plane that were the actual aircraft used in the war. There were also tanks and cannons in sight. The place is now considered as the most valued museum of Pangasinan as it tells the story of the province’s history. You can also visit Provincial Capitol of Pangasinan located in front of the Veterans Memorial Park.
Lingayen Beach has 24/7 guards on duty. Lingayen Beach and Provincial Capitol Grounds are well maintained, clean, and beautifully landscaped.
Lingayen Beach Entrance Fee and Cottages Rates
Entrance Fee: Free
♦ Lingaye Beach is a public beach, there is no entrance fee.
♦ Cottages located in Capitol Beach are all free of charge. Even you stay here the whole day.
♦ Observe cleanliness, please dispose your garbage properly.
What To Visit in Lingayen Pangasinan
Lingayen Beach is an exquisite beach found in the capital of Pangasinan. Located at the back of Pangasinan Procincial Capitol.
It is a historic site because it was where the Chinese warlord Limahong, Lim Hong, or Lin Feng, (also known as Ah Hong), escaped to Northern Luzon in 1574 and dug a channel in Domalandan, for his escape to the China Sea.The view of the Limahong river, the beach and the sunset on the mountains of Labrador are so fascinating.
Get a close look at the facade of the Pangasinan Provincial Capitol building in Lingayen, with the roof design, is uniquely Greek, so are the Corinthian columns, but not the shields and the 3 sculpted eagles which are definitely military emblems of the ancient Roman army.
Urduja House, previously known as Urduja Palace, is the official residence of the governor of Pangasinan. Urduja House is named after the legendary warrior Princess Urduja, a legendary 14th-century warrior princess.
Sison Auditorium was built in Neo-classical Style and was constructed in 1927. It was initially known as the “Grand Provincial Auditorium” in the 1930s. Very popular venue for zarzuelas and other cultural performances in pre-war and early post-war periods.
The Co-Cathedral-Parish Church of Epiphany of Our Lord, formerly Three Kings Parish Church, is a Roman Catholic church located in Lingayen, Pangasinan in the Philippines. It is the co-cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan.
The ancestral home of former President Fidel Ramos has become one of the tourist attractions in his home province of Pangasinan. It was here where the former President was born and where he spent his childhood.
Veterans Memorial Park is a park in Lingayen, Pangasinan that serves as a tribute to the heroes of World War II. It is situated at the back of the Provincial Capitol of the province and adjacent to the Lingayen Gulf Beach.
The Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center (NRSCC) , also known as the Narciso Ramos Sports Complex. It has main stadium, grandstand which can seat a maximum of 16,000 people, rubberized athletics track oval, 2,500 capacity gymnasium, outdoor courts, bowling alley, a second sports gym, 25 m (82 ft) swimming pool, dormitories, lagoon and restaurant.
Lingayen is dubbed “the heart, the soul, and the face” of the Province of Pangasinan. Plaza de Lingayen has a beautiful park located at the town proper of Lingayen Pangasinan. They showcases the Big Burnay "earthen jar" showing that Lingayen is known in Bagoong making and producing quality fermented fish.
What To Stay In Lingayen Pangasinan
What To Visit In Pangasinan
How to Get to Pangasinan (Entry Points)
- From Manila: 4 ~ 5 hours
- From Clark, Pampanga: 3 hours
- From Baguio City: 1 1/2 ~ 2 1/2 hours
- From Subic , Olongapo: 3 1/2 ~ 4 hours
- From Laoag City: 5 ~ 6 hours
- From Manila: via North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), exiting thru Luisita and entering thru Bayambang or Mangatarem towns; via Tarlac -Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEX), exiting/ entering thru Rosales town or thru Urdaneta City.
- From Zambales: via Infanta town.
- From Baguio: via Sison or San Fabian town.
- From Nueva Ecija: via Umingan or Rosales town.
National Transport Carriers:
Victory Liner, Five Star, Solid North ply major routes to most Pangasinan town thru Pasay, Cubao Caloocan Stations. Dagupan City is usually the central hub for transport to both Eastern and Western parts pf Pangasinan. Buses, jeeps and tricycles are very common. Tour Guides and Provincial Buses are available to make your visit memorable.