EXECUTIVE BRIEF on
SAN RAMON, SIRUMA,
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The property is located in Barrio San Ramon
(Daldagon), municipality of Siruma, province
of Camarines Sur in the south of Luzon
The property has an area size of 10,149,200
sqm (1,014 has.) bounded by Batanauan Bay
(entrance to San Miguel Bay) on the west and
southwest, and by the Pacific Ocean
(Philippine Sea) on its north and eastern
The property is a peninsula, shaped like a
crooked arrow head with white sand
beaches, coves and some rocky outcrops
along its shorelines.
The property has a slightly hilly terrain with
mostly grasslands punctuated by coconut
The main livelihood in San Ramon is
fishing, copra production and other
agricultural activities. As more and more
people became aware of the beautiful
beaches in Siruma, tourism has become a
viable industry in the area.
San Ramon (formerly Daldagon) is one of the
barangays that are in the outlying areas of the
municipality of Siruma - which is a 4th class
municipality with a population of about
18,000 in all of its 22 barangays. While some
of it’s barangays developed modern urban
structures, others, especially those which are
seated in the outlying areas like San Ramon,
remained rural. By the end of 2010, San
Ramon had only 750 residents.
With its scenic landscapes, stunning white
sand beaches, secluded coves, crystal clear
waters and rich marine life, the property is
ideal for water sports & recreational facilities
and other tourism related activities. The
property offers plenty of coastal open spaces
and opportunities perfect for those who are
looking for a great real estate investment.
It’s magnificent topography offers
a wide variety of backdrops and can
be suitable for a seaside golf course
and country club, or residential
development projects featuring the best
in seaside living combined with resort
amenities. Other potentials are agroindustrial projects, cattle raising, aquatic
nursery farms, and renewable energy
generation such as Wind & Solar farms.
How to get there ?
Siruma can be reached by land through a 7-hour
scenic drive by car or bus from Manila to Naga
City, Camarines Sur. And another 2 hours drive
from Naga to reach the beaches of San Ramon,
By Plane, it takes a 40-minute flight
to Pili Airport in the outskirts of
Naga City, then take the same 2hour drive to Siruma.
Siruma - Guinness World Record holder
The constituents of Siruma, Camarines Sur
planted 64,096 trees in 15 minutes – a world
record feat set in February 2011, beating the
former record of 50,033 trees held by India.
Status of the Property
The property is legally titled under the laws of the
Republic of the Philippines, all inquiries & negotiations
may be coursed thru its consultants – Tierra De Oro Realty
& Development Co., Inc. ( email: firstname.lastname@example.org )
or Mr. E.L. Salas ( email: email@example.com ).
The property is open for sale, lease, joint venture, or other
forms of cooperative arrangements, partially or fully.
The exciting endless possibilities on the property make it
an ideal project for foreign investors or conglomerate who
can handle large-scale developments or multiple projects
The size of the property can answer the business and food
security concerns of interested companies, institutions and/or
agro-industrial investment funds