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The Sulvec beach is a popular lounging spot for vacationers and is near the Narvacan Tourism Lounge. Tourists also visit the Sulvec Watchtower, a brick tower that was built by Spaniards to warn the town of pirates coming from offshore. – wikipedia.org
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Sulvec in Narvacan is mainly known for it’s rocky beaches. But unknown to many is a wide brown sandy beach located away from the national highway. Sulvec Beach has wide beach and is located at the Sulvec Port along the Sulvec Port Road. – www.ilocosdaily.com/2012/07/sulvec-beach-narvacan.html#sthash.18BHfNdy.dpuf
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Narvacan is another coastal municipality in Ilocos Sur that is known for it’s famous rocky beach that is being compared to the beaches of Monterey, California.
The name of the barangay we were situated this time is also called Sulvec and we are facing the Sulvec Beach of the Sulvec Bay. The waters started to stay calm as the air also calms itself off the coast. The rocky beach triggers some sentiments.
The grotto at the middle of the bay which is located several hundred meters away from the beach line brings peace to the ambiance this moment. – http://www.edmaration.com/2012/03/sulvec-bay-narvacan-sunset-over-paraiso.html
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