Kota Park in Madridejos
Looking for a nice afternoon adventure while on Bantayan Island? Check out Kota Park in Madridejos. The park features an old fort that was constructed in the 1790s, a beach area, and a pier with observation platform.
There is no entry fee to Kota Park. It’s free for all visitors.
The Sunsets are Spectacular
The Scenery Changes with the Tide
The scenery changes significantly from low tide to high tide at Kota Park. It’s worth making a point to be there on both occasions.
At high tide, the water is crystal clear and inviting for a swim.
At low tide, the rock formations are exposed. You can take a walk and capture some unique photos.
Old Kota Fort
You can view the exterior of the fort but the park doesn’t allow visitors inside the walls.
How to Get to Kota Park in Madridejos
From Santa Fe, head toward Bantayan Municipality on the main road.
When the road ends at the Bantayan Town Square, take a right.
You will then be on the road that goes to Madridejos.
Once you get into Madridejos, Kota Park is on the left (a few blocks past the town square).
While it is about a 45-minute ride via motorbike, there are only two turns! It’s very easy to get there.