Aloguinsan was once a part of Pinamungajan before the town was created in 1886. The town is known for the Bojo River Cruise, which has attracted the attention of many local and foreign tourists. In addition, Aloguinsan also boasts of some beaches that are frequented by both residents and visitors to the town.
Aside from offering an excellent view of the Tanon Strait, the Baluarte Park in Aloguinsan is also home to the remnants of a Spanish era watchtower or baluarte. At the entrance, an arch welcomes visitors to the park. A pathway takes you to the remnants of the watchtower that was built to warn residents of the presence of pirates in the area.
To get to the Baluarte Park in Aloguinsan, you have to ride on a bus headed for the town at the Cebu South Bus Terminal. You should tell the driver or conductor to drop you off at the public market. Once you reach the public market, you can walk to the park. It is located behind the municipal hall. You can ask the locals, who will graciously point you in the right direction.