Puraran Beach

Puraran Beach or Majestics Puraran or Majestics Wave or Puraran Surf is a true remote paradise in the Pacific for surfers and fishermen's homes in Baras, Catanduanes Province, Bicol Region, Philippines. Golden sandy beaches and crystal clear waters where the waves crash into extraordinary rock formations in the backdrop of mountain landscape and a welcoming bay.

Puraran Beach is a hidden spot with only a few surfers riding the waves every day. Right hand barrels strongly hit the golden sands and rock formations jutting offshore and entering the small lagoon formed during the tide. Catanduanes a small island called "Land of the Howling Winds" where many storms pass through, but the waves are magnificent.

Xvlor Puraran Beach is majestic surf on remote coast to welcome Pacific barrels

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Location: Puraran Beach, Baras, Catanduanes Province, Bicol Region, Philippines.

Routes and public transport: Flight to Virac Airport in Virac City, then drive to Puraran Beach for 1 hour. Another alternative is the ferry from Tabaco City to Virac for 3 hours.

Advice: Type of waves: Right hand barrel, reef break. July to October is excellent for intermediate, advanced and professional surfers, while February to June is perfect for beginner to professional surfers. November to January has a terrestrial wind and not many good waves.

Puraran Beach has three resorts including Puranan Surf Resort and Majestic Puraran Beach Resort lined up along a mile and all owned by the same great family and have lived in the family for the last 20 years. The resorts provide a surf tour and board rentals. All food is cooked on site by local owners.

www.xvlor.com Puraran Beach is majestic surf on remote coast to welcome Pacific barrels

Xvlor Puraran Beach is majestic surf on remote coast to welcome Pacific barrels

The small solitude and togetherness provided by the area is really part of what makes this place so special. Puraran Beach is a secluded beach paradise offering unspoilt waves combined with cultural experiences of living with the locals and exploring the surrounding area.

Baras east by the Gulf of Kaluka and the Philippine Sea is famous for its beaches, prehistoric caves, and large churches. Luyang Cave, PAGASA Weather Radar Station offers a beautiful view of the neighborhood, while Museo de Catanduanes has a collection of fine artifacts.

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