Siquijor Island is mostly made up of limestone rock material and fringed by mangroves, white sandy beaches and coral reefs. It has approximately 102 kilometers of shoreline. With the exception of relatively flat coastal plains in Lazi and San Juan, most of the Island’s interior is either consists of hills or mountains. The center of the island is elevated, found to be the highest point Mt. Bandilaan, rising approximately 557 meters above sea level. It’s wide biological diversity across its six towns offers visitors plenty of island activities to choose from.
The Island has six municipalities; Siquijor, Larena, San Juan, Lazi, Enrique Villanueva and Maria, with Siquijor being the busiest capital municipality of the Island.