The town of Medellin is the Sugar Bowl of Cebu since a good part of the land is used for sugarcane. Since the town is not capable of competing with its neighbors in terms of revenue, the local government decided to focus on eco-tourism. Due to this, the town is gradually gaining the reputation of being a fun destination in the northern part of the island. In fact, it is considered as the Ecotourism Capital of Cebu.
The Medellin Hideaway is a public beach located in Barangay Tindog, Medellin, which is located around eight kilometers from the municipal hall. Owned by the municipal government, the place is not your typical beach resort since it was designed to follow the lay of the land. The place offers numerous cottages guests can rent while they are at the resort. The colorful cottages are ideal for family gatherings or a get-together among friends.
To get to Medellin, you can get on a bus headed for Kawit at the Cebu North Bus Terminal. You can also ride a bus going to the neighboring towns of Medellin. From these towns you can hop on a tricycle that will take you to the town proper. The trip takes around three to four hours depending on the traffic.
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