Located at the northeastern coast of the island province of Cebu, Bogo is approximately 100 kilometers
north of Cebu City. It is bounded on the north by Bogo Bay and Medellin town, on the east by the Camotes Sea, on the south by the town of
Tabogon, and on the west by San Remigio town. Its terrain is characterized by a broad coastal flatland that is interrupted
by hills in the south and northwest. The city is accessible by land and sea transportation.
Bogo City Hall
Bogo has an area of 105 square kilometers, most of which are considered rural areas devoted to agriculture. Rice,
corn and coconut are the chief products. Fishing is also a major source of livelihood among the folks in the coastal barangays.
Being the commercial center in northern Cebu Province, investors are encouraged to engage in the real estate sector. The city is
in need of commercial complexes, housing projects, and tourist facilities. Businessmen may also put up manufacturing plants for food processing, furniture,
construction materials, boatmaking, home decors, and other consumer products.
Places of Interest/ Tourist spots in Bogo City
- Nailon Beach
- Bogo Catholic Church
Shrine of San Vicente Ferrer in Bogo City
Photos credit to capitol.tugkaran.com
Church photo credit to marcelinorapaylajr.wordpress.com