On the eastern slope of the famous Mayon volcano in Albay lies the small town of Bacacay with 143 km of irregular coastline of mostly fine, black, volcanic sand beaches. Most of these almost unspoiled, black sand beaches are to be found in Barangay Sogod, which is less than 5 km from the town proper. It is the most popular beach in Bacacay, with towering coconut palms and lush vegetation providing cool shades. There are also smaller white sand beaches in the Cagraray Island nearby.
In Bacacay, it is the most popular beach. Well-known for its enclaves of black sandy beachers with towering coconut palms and lush vegetation providing cool shades. These beaches are closely adjacent to the national highways. Almost unspoiled, it is an excellent place for bathing and fishing. A convenient place to spend the summer.