The Dalaguete Beach Park is a public beach located in Barangay Casay. It features a white sand beach and cool clear waters. Visitors have to pay an entrance fee of PHP7 and PHP15 for children and adults, respectively. The beach has the basic facilities of a resort, including cottages, shower rooms, and a parking area.
The Mag-alambak Forest is a 48-hectare reforestation area that is being promoted as an ecotourism destination. Located in Barangay Mantalongon, it accessible through the Poblacion-Mantalongon Road. Visitors can join tours organized by the local government with farmers serving as tour guides.
The Bandera Peak is one of the three main peaks of Dalaguete. It features a trail that is suitable for the whole family. The peak was once used to house the communications equipment of the US military during World War 2. It features an unobstructed view of both Cebu City and Tagbilaran City.
Barangay Mantalongon also has a cave where thousands of bats fly in and out every day. The Kulabyaw Cave is located close to the trail going to Osmena Peak. It is also close to a unique formation of rocks in Barangay Tabon.
Osmeña Peak may be the main attraction of Dalaguete, but this southern Cebu town also has its own natural spring. Since the Obong Spring is located close to the beach, it features a unique mix of fresh and saltwater. The spring is gradually becoming one of the popular destinations of Dalaguete.
The most popular destination of visitors to Dalaguete is Osmeña Peak. In the past, hikers needed to trek from the Mantalongon Public Market going to the jump-off point at the base of the peak. But, these days a motorcycle for hire can take you to the base. This makes the while trip shorter. Osmeña Peak offers a panoramic view of Cebu. You can see the island of Bohol in one side and the island of Negros on the opposite side. There is also a trail going to Badian from Osmeña Peak.