The 17th Century-old Stone Church San Nicholas De Tolentino
Barangay Poblacion, Dimiao
A haven for Dimiao’s deeply religious people.
Currently undergoing restoration (courtesy of the National Heritage Institute) after the devastations it suffered from the 2017 7.2-magnitude earthquake
Barangay Baguhan, Dimiao
It may not have heaps of clouds at the top, but this may just be Dimiao’s closest approximation to a “Stairway to Heaven”. Just savor the 360-degree panoramic view and pay close attention to the island of Camiguin which can be seen here down south to the horizon and which resembles Batman’s head on a clear day.
Barangay Catugasan, Dimiao
Here, you will get to sing Miley Cyrus’s “The Climb”. First it’s a 300-meter arduous, challenging climb. Then, one gets rewarded with a scenic view of Dimiao’s lowlands upon reaching the top.
The MacArthur’s Cap is a rock formation resembling an army officer’s cap that one encounters when entering the town of Dimiao. The rock formation has become an emblem and called such at the successful return of General Douglas MacArthur, upon the defeat of the Japanese Army during World War II.