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Caleruega, Nasugbu

4.5
#1 of 55 in Historic Sites in Calabarzon Region
Must see · Church · Tourist Spot
Nestled in lush, verdant grounds, Caleruega serves not only as a church, but also as a sanctuary retreat, with a koi pond, rope bridge, and many other interesting structures, aside from the main building of worship. Founded in 1995, the spot has deservedly become a popular site for wedding ceremonies, with the grounds affording peaceful and picturesque strolls to enjoy before heading into the main building, the Chapel of Transfiguration. Inside the chapel, you can observe vibrant stained glass windows above the altar, and grand architecture throughout. If you need a break and refreshments, order a drink at the cafe in the green grounds. To plan Nasugbu vacation without wasting time, ask Inspirock to design an itinerary.
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  • I attended my friend's wedding here. The place was quiet and conducive for praying. Going here, however, was difficult for my sedan because the road was rocky and had many pot holes.  more »
  • We enjoyed visiting this sanctuary, nature and church is always the best places to visit. We spent an afternoon there, taking lots of pictures as the view is wonderful. Snacks and drinks are...  more »
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  • Upon arrival behind the entrance gate, one would never guess there is such a unique and beautiful church behind it. There is even a large garden with bridges if you follow the path on the right, just walk down the ramp to the end and you will be greeted with so many flowers. Then. Before you leave be sure to visit the stone stepped pond. It is truly beautiful, very Instagramable especially for wedding occasions.
  • Had my retreat there. Aesthetically pleasing and serene. You'd definitely feel close to nature. People are hospitable and kind. You'd definitely feel relaxed and at peace. Dormitories are adequate but bathroom and heater needs a bit of work. Overall, I would definitely come back.

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