Sogod is 75 miles (121 kilometers) from Cebu and about 80 miles (129 kilometers) from Cebu Island.
To discover why so may vacationers pick Visayan Islands as a holiday spot, make sure you and your family allow some time to hit the road and explore the places surrounding Sogod. To explore the area in even greater depth, head 15 miles (24 kilometers) where you'll find Hinunangan. Here you can pay a visit to the Aglipay Church and Hinunangan Town Hall.
Approximately 70 miles (113 kilometers) to the west of Sogod is Lapu Lapu, a regional city where you can explore Mactan Island Aquarium, The Jungle Cultural Entertainment Center and Cebu Yacht Club. Gaisano Grand Mall Mactan, Magellan Shrine and Mactan Marina Mall are also well-worth investigating before returning to Sogod.
Head outdoors and make a tour of Visayan Islands' fascinating open-air markets.
Have a break from sightseeing and spend a few relaxing hours snorkeling or sea kayaking.
Try common dishes or drinks and get to the heart of the local culture. Prawns and clams are widely used ingredients in this region. Batchoy (pork offal noodles) and kadios baboy langka (pork and pea soup) are both popular choices that will delight visitors' palates with a true taste of Visayan Islands. End with utap (puff pastry), a local dessert.
As the curtain falls on your vacation in this city, don't be surprised if you find yourself making plans to revisit this amazing destination.