Albuera is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Leyte, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 34,335 people in 7,193 households.
The town boasts of a semi-concrete municipal building. Streets within the poblacion are reinforced with cement along the ditches giving the town a neat look and at the same time providing security against muddy streets during the rainy months.
Albuera is accessible only by land. If you are from Cebu, you can go to Ormoc City on a 2-hour boat ride via Supercat/Weesam. Or you can go via slow boat (Cebu Ferries) which takes 6 hours. And then from Ormoc City, you have to take another 15-minute ride via Bus/vHire to reach Albuera.
It was a long trip from Palompon to Albuera but once you get in to the resort, you’ll surely be amazed of its green-clean surroundings. Its awesome, so wonderful! The newest and the most scenic picnic resort along Ormoc — “Baybayon ni Agalon” literally translates to “The Shores of Agalon” is a relaxing resort of Albuera, Leyte.
We enjoyed roaming around the resort, taking pictures with my nieces and sisters. Edcel and I also enjoyed seeing my sisters and nieces shouting every time they slide through the 2 slides setup in the pool. We all had fun at the resort. I loved it and wish I could go back there and stay overnight. This is such a great place for a quick getaway – rustic, peaceful and simply relaxing.