Dalaguete is also known as the Vegetable Basket of Cebu and is home to a number of historically-significant tourist spots. The town is also one of the access points to Osmeña Peak where you can see the islands of Bohol and Negros. In addition, Dalaguete is also home to the “Summer Capital of Cebu,” Barangay Mantalongon.
The Poblacion Watchtower originally had two levels when it was built in 1768. It was the first line of defense of the town against raiders who posed a constant threat to the residents of the town in the 1700s up to the 1800s. It gave the residents of the town the chance to seek shelter in case these raiders came. The watchtower or baluarte was popularly known as the Bantay Moros during the Spanish era.
Your journey to Dalaguete and the kiosko or Poblacion Watchtower starts at the Cebu South Bus Terminal. You have to get on a bus headed for the town. Once you reach the town, you can simply ask locals the location of the kiosko, which is at the town plaza.