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How to get to Villa Soledad

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By Commute:
  • If from South You can take the Five Star Bus at Tramo
  • If from North you can take the Victory Bus Liner at Cubao
  • For the Aircon buses fare usually starts at 469 pesos and for ordinary buses it starts at 375 Php.
  • Bus will depart at regular intervals so its best to check the time of departure from each bus terminal. Bus normally take 5 hours until it gets to Bolinao proper.
  • From Bolinao proper you can take the local tricycles to get to Villa Soledad fare for 1 ride is 100 Php no matter of the number who rides it.
By Private Car:
  • From NLEX, you can either take the SCTEX or take the Mabalacat Exit (last exit for NLEX). After Mabalacat Exit, turn right at the first corner, then turn right again at the intersection going to MacArthur Highway. You will pass by Mabalacat, Bamban, Capas and Luisita, Tarlac.
  • For those coming from SCTEX, exit at Hacienda Luisita Exit. After the exit, take the Luisita Access Road going back to the highway. Make a right turn at the intersection going to MacArthur Highway.
  • In Luisita, Tarlac, you will pass by Sogo, then SM City Tarlac. After SM City Tarlac, there is a major intersection where Mercury Drug Store is. Turn left at the intersectiongoing to Zamora Street and will lead you to Camiling, Tarlac/AlaminosHundred Islands. Just follow the road until you reach the next intersection where Tarlac State University and McDonald’s are.
  • At the intersection where Tarlac State University and McDonald’s are, turn right to Romulo Boulevard then turn left at the end of the road to P. Burgos Street connecting to a bridge crossingthe Tarlac River.
  • After the bridge, just follow the road straight up to the Romulo Highway which will lead you to Camiling, Tarlac.
  • From Romulo Highway there is a major intersection near the Shell gas station. Turn left at that intersection going to Quezon Avenue which will lead you to the town proper of Camiling, Tarlac.
  • If travelling at night, from Quezon Avenue after JolibeeCamiling, turn right at the intersection leading to Osmena Street, which will bring you back to Romulo Highway and in the general direction of Pangasinan.
  • If travelling during the day, Pangasinan bound traffic in Quezon Avenue is diverted to take a right turn at Rizal Street, then left turn at Burgos Street which will bring you back again to Romulo Highway.
  • After Camiling, Tarlac,just follow the highway and you will be passing through the boundary of Pangasinan, the towns of Mangatarem, Aguilar, and Bugallon. After the town proper of Bugallon, Pangasinan you will see another major intersection. Locals call this intersection as Socony. Turn left here, going to Labrador/Alaminos/Hundred Islands.
  • Just follow the highway through the towns of Labrador, Sual, Alaminos City, and Bani. At the municipal town hall of Bani, Pangasinan, there is another intersection. Turn right at that intersection that will lead you to the town of Bolinao.
  • Before reaching the town proper of Bolinao, turn left at the first intersection after UniOil station/Boltex. Just follow the road which will lead you through Brgy. Arnedo andBrgy. Balingasay.
  • In Brgy. Balingasay, there is a bridge crossing Balingasay River. Immediately after crossing the bridge, turn right at the coastal road going to Patar Beach.
  • Around 10 minutes from Balingasay Bridge, you will see Villa Soledad Beach Resort. Welcome and we are honored to have you as our guest.
  • **The resort is approximately 280 kilometers or a 6 hour leisurely drive from Balintawak, Quezon City.

For those with GPS Navigation Devices:
  • The coordinates are Long.: E 119 degrees 50′ 21″. Lat.: N 16 degrees 21′ 42″