Traveling to the Philippines is fast becoming popular, especially Bohol. Coco Grove Tourist Inn and Hotel has the answer to comfortable accommodations while you stay in Bohol. we are located at Circulado St., Poblacion Dauis, Bohol. This secluded quaint hotel is located in a very quiet part of town, its the perfect place for honeymooners, family vacations and scuba divers or adventure seekers, to relax and unwind after a long day in Bohol. Baclayon Church Museum One of the oldest churches in the Philippines. A remarkable collection of religious Arts, ecclesiastical vestments and other priceless 16th century relics artifacts are kept. Dauis Church : Our lady of Assumption Shrine. Blood Compact Shrine Identifies the spot where Datu Sikatuna, a native Chieftain forged a blood compact with Don Miguel Lopez de Legazpi representing the King of Spain for the purpose of fostering friendly relations between the countriesDauis Church is a 5 minute walk from the Coco Grove Hotel and the Vano bridge that connects Panglao with Bohol. The church was founded by the Jesuits Fr. Diego de Ayala and Joseph Gregorio. The church is build in a mixture of styles, influenced by both Byzantine and Romanesque architecture. Inside, on the ceiling, are some impressive frescoes painted Ray Francia in 1916. Lito Arraya renovated the building in 1970. The church’s patron saint, the Virgin of the Assumption, is said to possess miraculous powers. An old legend relates that once, when the town was invaded by pirates, the people of Dauis locked themselves into the church. However, they soon ran out of provisions and water. Then a miracle occurred: a well appeared at the foot of the altar. This same well is still the main source of water for the people living close to the church, and, although the well is only a few meters from the sea, the water is absolutely fresh. The water is said to have healing powers, so, if you’re visiting here, don’t forget to bring a bottle and take some home.