BAGAC, Bataan – A former municipal mayor of this coastal municipality and president of a construction firm is developing a unique European-style pleasure in natures’ world-class resort in the upland village of Ibis, this town.
The undefeated three-termer mayor Ramil del Rosario and corporate stockholders of Golden Luck Construction have earmarked P 600 million for the setting up of facilities in the initial 3.3 hectares of Ranch Bernardo Resort out of the total 15.3 hectares land of the proposed site in Sitio Kakiputan in Barangay Ibis, here.
Del Rosario described the Parisian ambience of Rancho Bernardo as an enclave of luxurious serenity overlooking the grandeur of West Philippine Sea and historic Manila Bay, the gateway to the country’s trade and commerce and government center.
He explained the resort known as Rancho Bernardo nestled on a hilly section of the upland village and surrounded by farmlands facing the panoramic West Philippine Sea which is suitable for tourists seeking for rich natural bounties.
According to Del Rosario the first phase of the multi-million project, the first high-end resort in Bataan, is the construction of 30 luxury villas and other necessary amenities for expected guests preferably from European nations.
The residential villas are considered better than the existing five-star quality accommodations including service, food, beverage and escort services to various historical and cultural locations in the Bataan peninsula.
The historic town of Bagac, one of the starting points of the infamous Death March during World War II, is the favorite beach resort destinations of local and foreign visitors in Central Luzon.
Photo courtesy of Mayor Ramil Del Rosario fb page.