Sheridan Boutique Resort lies in a strategic spot that makes it highly accessible to Iloilo’s different tourist spots.
Just less than an hour away is the province’s little metropolis – Iloilo City, encompassing historical churches (such as the Jaro Cathedral, Molo churches, St. Clement’s), ancestral houses (Lopez, Jalandoni and the old rich), and ancient edifices (Calle Real) that radiate Iloilo’s perpetuated rich cultural heritage. It is also the home of the famous and most-sought LaPaz batchoy and other exotic delicacies. A junction of shopping centers (SM City, Robinson’s Place Iloilo) and social hub (Plazuela Iloilo, Smallville Iloilo) also lies within it where one can bask during spare time. Villa, Tigbauan, Guimbal – Towns close to Oton such as Villa, Tigbauan, and Guimbal offer the best seafood dishes in Iloilo as they are located in the coastal regions of the province.
Going further southward is Miag-ao where the UNESCO world heritage site stands: the Miag-ao Church. It is known for its façade that is exceptionally sculpted and that has stood the test of time.
Across the coast is Guimaras, a secluded island with pristine beaches and home of the sweetest mangoes in the Philippines. Natural landmarks also include the Balaan Bukid (a pilgrimage site where people usually flock during Lenten season), Daliran Cave, Macopo Falls, and a lot more.
Antique is well known for its seven-tiered falls in Bugtong Bato and their caves. The original Tibiao Fish Spa where fishes nibble dead cells on your feet are also found here.
Reclaimed by one of the best islands in the world by an international magazine, Boracay is at the northwest tip of Panay and is five to six hours of bus or van away from Sheridan Boutique Resort, Oton. It is most prominent for its soft powdery white sand and its unencumbered views of sunset are breath-taking. The water encompassing it is a sanctuary of vibrant-colored fishes and coral reefs that makes it one of the favorite spots of scuba divers.