The Parish Church of St. Dominic de Guzman is the most prominent landmark in the quaint and picturesque town of Sto. Domingo. Built in 1820, with massive solid stone walls unsupported by pillars. The two dome-shaped belfries give a graceful symmetry to the church. The very first among all town plazas of the country to have erected a monument of the great plebeian and revolutionary, Andres Bonifacio.
(Sto. Domingo: Approx. 30mins)
eclared by the National Museum as one of the National Cultural Treasures. This was built by the secular clergy in 19th century. Its belltower features rocaille elements dated from an earlier time.
(Tabacco: Approx. 30mins)
ne of the oldest church in Albay. This was built in 1660 made of volcanic blocks. Ceilings, doors and pulpit were made of hardwood. The pediment shows a painting of St. Anne riding a cow, a depiction of one miraculous night when the saint saved the town from Moro attack.
(Malinao; Approx. 30 mins)
Every month of August until September, devotees from all over the Bicol Region visit the shrine of the Lady of Salvation in Joroan. The last Saturday of August is traditionally reserved as a special day of veneration wherein pilgrims would walk in a procession for 9 km from the St. Lawrence Church of Tiwi to the Diocesan Shrine in Joroan.
(Joroan; Approx. 30 mins)