Villa Rosa Beach is located at Punta Taytay in Barangay Sum-Ag in Bacolod City. We went to Villa Rosa Beach last week and while it is not Boracay, of course, it is a nice place for a day activity. Admission is P20 per head and all day rental for a beach cottage is P100.
The nipa beach cottage is nothing fancy but good enough! Good enough to have some great fun.
Getting Ready for Lunch.
A BBQ grill is included in the day cottage rental.
Kinilaw is a Filipino raw fish dish that is prepared with vinegar, lime juice, chopped onions, garlic, ginger and chili peppers. We prepared this as one of our dishes at the beach.
Being from Florida, I prefer smoked mullet but grilled mullet also works for me! Locally, this fish is known as tonkan.
Our Filipino friends enjoy tuba or palm wine. I can say I have tried it but I am not too craZy about it!
Now, we’re talking! Red Horse Beer any day at the beach for me!
If you are going to Villa Rosa Beach with a large crowd, there are pavilions available for rent. Sounds like a good place for a Birthday Party! A party is a groovy thing.
It was another great day for us in Bacolod during our visit to Villa Rosa Beach. It really is more fun in the Philippines and especially, all around Bacolod.