Corregidor Spanish Lighthouse | Things to do
Standing at 628 feet above sea level, this Spanish Lighthouse marks the highest point on Corregidor Island. The original lighthouse was built by Spaniards in 1865. About 60 years later, the lighthouse was demolished and rebuilt with a bigger one. This was destroyed during the World War II, however. About a decade later, the lighthouse was reconstructed with a different design. Visitors are free to climb up its spiraling stairs to see breathtaking views of the entire island, nearby islets, Manila Bay, and the coasts of Bataan and Cavite.
Address: Corregidor Island, Cavite City, Cavite
Business hours: 7:30am daily, Manila-Corregidor Ferry; 2:30pm daily, Corregidor-Manila Ferry.
Entrance fee: P2,350