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Ports all around Cebu and Destinations

Philippines is generally an archipelago, so an island needs to connect with nearby island through ports. Cebu as an island in the heart of the Philippines is not an exception, in fact, ports are strategically built around Cebu both in the north and in the south to facilitate “crossing borders”. This article doesn’t cover airports, which obviously just one within Cebu. We will try to cover all the seaports points all around Cebu and it’s destinations to nearby islands. For busy ports, like the piers in Cebu City, we will just mention few major destinations.

Here are the ports in the north

Port in Bogo going to Bantayan Island

Port in Tabuelan going to Negros Occidental

Port in Tabogon going to Leyte

Port in Danao going to Camotes

Ports in the south

Port in Toledo going to San Carlos, Negros Occidental

Port in Bato going to Negros

Port in Santander going to Dumaguete, Siquijor and Bohol

Port in Argao going to Loon, Bohol

Cebu City Ports

These ports are nearby to each other actually. Starting from Pier 1 near Plaza Independencia going to Pier 6 in SM City Cebu.

Pier 1
Location: Legazpi Extension, Cebu City (near Plaza Independencia)
From South Bus Terminal, ride 02B jeepney that has signboard Piers 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5.

Pier 2
Location:  San Roque, Cebu City

Pier 3
Location:  San Roque, Cebu City

Pier 4
Location:  North Reclamation Area, Mandaue City, Cebu

Pier 5
Location:  North Reclamation Area, Mandaue City, Cebu

Pier 6
Location:  North Reclamation Area, Mandaue City (Near SM City Cebu)

All 02A and 02B jeepneys are passing piers 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5 in case you don’t have much baggage and just want to take a jeep. More guides on jeepney numbers and routes in Cebu.

A Progressive Cebu

Cebu has been progressing rapidly during the last few years. We’ve noticed small ports are being built, good for businesses like cargoes and good also for explorers and travelers to cross nearby islands. It’s convenient as people doesn’t necessarily need to travel to the city capital in order to cross to another island.

Stay tuned

Or better yet, bookmark this page, we will try to keep this post updated for newer ports.

See also our article on Cebu Transport System and Bus Terminals.


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