This week on #Click shows the mild and calming sunset of Barosbos, Carles, Iloilo. The image brings a weeklong worklife to a relaxing note in this part of the archipelago.
A fishing village with scattered beach resorts, Barosbos holds a low-key character yet its quiet, peaceful, and re-energizing aura makes it an attractive destination.
Barosbos is one among 33 barangays of Carles, a second class municipality and the last town in the northern part of Iloilo Province.
It is considered as the “Alaska of the Philippines” because of its rich marine resources and a good source of different fish, shrimps, prawn, crab, and shells like scallops.
It serves as a jump-off point of two very popular tourist attractions in Iloilo – Isla Gigantes group of Islands and the Sicogon Island.