San Vicente Palawan is an emerging tourist attraction that may become one of the top tourist destinations in the country. San Vicente, a municipality in the Province of Palawan, boasts of an approximately 14.7-kilometer stretch of white sand beach popularly called the Long Beach.
The Long Beach is said to be the longest stretch of fine, white sand beach in the country. It covers the coastline of four villages/barangays in San Vicente namely Poblacion, New Agutaya, San Isidro and Alimanguan. One kilometer from the Long Beach going inland is an area declared as a Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone (Flagship TEZ) by the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA), the development arm of the Department of Tourism (DOT).
San Vicente is also home to a very rich and diverse marine life, unique mix of landscapes, stunning beaches, majestic waterfalls, amazing mangroves, towering mountains and thick forest cover.
Full of nature’s wonders, San Vicente promises a very robust tourism potential. It is also strategically located somewhere in between two major tourist destinations in the country that are well known around the world — the Underground River and El Nido.
At the heart of San Vicente is San Vicente Palawan Airport built to bring tourists closer to San Vicente. The airport is now serving small propeller type planes flying the route Puerto Princesa City to San Vicente,