Santo Domingo




Tourist Spots

Town Plaza

Travelers passing by notice immediately the landscape and spacious town plaza which is 1.3 hectares in land area. You can sit, relax and enjoy fresh air, beauty and greenery offered by the landscaped plaza. Tennis court, skate park and joggers lane also available thereat.

Unknown Citizens Monument

Erected in 1940 in honor of those citizens from all walks of life who have long been forgotten; farmers, fishermen, laborers, fathers and mothers who had selflessly dedicated themselves to the welfare of their town and country.

Monumento ti Pagulidanan

This monument was originally name as unity marker, it was renamed by virtue of SB resolution no. 005 s. 2015 as Monumento ti Pagulidanan where names of Arangkada awardees are engraved. It was inaugurated on May 12, 2015. Arangkada is the most prestigious award the municipality of Santo Domingo gives to meritorious individuals who have rendered par excellence service and serve as role models to their fellowmen especially the youth. The award is given to highlight the success of the people who are considered rich resources of the municipality.

Dr. Jose Rizal Monument

Erected in 1972 at the center of the Town Plaza, Rizal’s Mi Ultimo Adios, written in four languages (spanish, english, tagalog and iloko) is engraved in all four sides of the monument.

The St. Dominic Church

One of the opdest churches in Ilocos Sur. Known for its Spanish artistic architectural design, this old brick church of Sto. Domingo Parish for Roman Catholic devotees is located east of the Plaza and has a land area of 1.10 hectares. Its bell tower has a base foundation of nine meters and it is here where Diego Silang served as bell ringer.

Sived Beach (Brgy. Sived)

The newly developed tourist destination found in brgy. Sived. It is a six kilometers beach stretch and ideal for surfing. Constructed thereat are the kabuhayan center, fish landing, view deck and the four unit villas.

Puerto Beach (Brgy. Calay-ab)

It is here where you can find the docking area of wharf which has been damaged. The docking area was constructed by the Japanese Troops during world war II, one of the historical markers in Ilocos Sur. The clean blue waters and sand dunes of said beaches offer undulating beauty splendor with the spectacular view of sunset in the afternoon.