The Aisle of Medellin is one of the longest roads of its kind in Cebu featuring a 4-lane 7.5-km highway from Barangay Dayhagon to Curva at the heart of the sugarcane fields. It connects the municipality of Bogo to Daanbantayan in Northern Cebu and is considered one of the most beautiful roads there is.
The straight highway road is located 111 kilometers away from the center of Cebu. A drive-in here will take around 10 minutes passing by sugarcane plantations and plant pots that are decorated every season. It has since become a go-to place for riders all over the province.
There are no entrance fees or toll fees to pass this beautiful scenic road.
It is a perfect spot for picture taking for motorists heading to the beaches of Bantayan island or Daanbantayan.
Visitors going here can visit some of the food stalls available along the aisle.
How to Get There:
By Bus: Ride a bus going to Daanbantayan from the Cebu North bus terminal and tell the conductor to drop you off at The Aisle of Medellin.
By Car: Navigate using Waze or Google / Apple Maps and key in The Aisle of Medellin as the destination. You may park safely along the corridors and take some photos before going to your next destination.
The Aisle of Medellin is located some 111 kilometers away from the center of Cebu City and is around two and a half hours of drive. It is the gateway for people going to the Northern part of Cebu and is especially popular among riders.