Bohol is a prime eco-cultural tourism destination and a strong, balanced agro-industrial province, with a well educated, God-loving and law-abiding citizenry, proud of their cultural heritage, enjoying a state of well-being and committed to sound environment management.
To enrich Bohol’s social, economic, cultural, political and environmental resources through good governance and effective partnerships with stakeholders for increase global competitiveness.
1. Environmental Protection and Management;
2. Social Equity;
3. Delivering quality services;
4. Local/Regional Economic Development and Strategic Wealth Generation;
5. Responsive, Transparent and Accountable Governance.
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Feature Place to Visit
The Sta. Monica Parish Church in Alburquerque town was founded in 1869 after being separated from Baclayon town. Reports dating as far as 1886 indicate that the church was first built of light materials. The imposing structure is famous for its sturdy arches supporting a pathway that connected the church to the convent, which is described as “de grandes dimensiones”.
What makes the church special is that the altar was carved manually by a local and the intricate design makes it one of a kind.Located 16 km.away and just 26 min.ride away from Tagbilaran City.