Vitalis Villas


Mapisi Rock


“Mapisi rock or Biak nabato” From the Ilocano word meaning, cut or broken, is situated along the seaside of Barangay Ambucao, Santiago, Ilocos Sur, just 4 kilometers away from the Nat’l Highway. It is comprised of large boulder of coral rocks that is said to be “broken down” geologically and formed a cave-like structure.





Inabel is undoubtedly one of the arts and crafts that the Ilocos region takes pride in. The art of inabel or cotton-loom woven cloth has rooted traditions before the Spanish colonial period. Southeast Asian countries were already trading inabel before the Spaniards acknowledged it for its sturdiness and competed with the Spanish weaving industry.




Candon Eco Park

Candon City Eco Park is a well-known tourist attraction in Candon City, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. The park is well-known for its lush flora, relaxing atmosphere, and spectacular views. It has a variety of leisure facilities such as picnic huts, hiking routes, and children’s playgrounds. The park also has a butterfly garden, a Mini zoo, and a fish pond, making it an ideal place for nature enthusiasts to visit.


Port Adventure

Situated in San Esteban’s Villa Quirino, Ilocos Sur. Slide into adventure and Be a fun-loving explorer and enjoy our thrilling yet safe slides, find the treasure box in our long, winding pool, ride a jet ski at the beach, or unwind at our sheds and cabanas. Come and revel exclusively at Port Adventure!


Santa Maria Church

On top of their religious significance, many of the Philippines’ churches are also world-famous for their architectural feats. UNESCO recognized four of the countries’ churches as World Heritage Sites, as all four exemplify the Baroque style that the Spaniards brought with them during the colonial period


One of these four churches is the Nuestra Señora dela Asuncion Church, or more commonly known as the Santa Maria Church, hailing from the municipality of the same name in Ilocos Sur. Seated on top of a hill, the Santa Maria Church watches over the whole town and continues to serve as a window to the country’s past.