Barrio Barretto was the sleepy beach area of Olongapo City but now it has developed in important international tourist area.
Zg379. (-142) believe it or not, two very large structures have been built between the entrance to Baloy Beach and the Matain River and bridge, at the inland side of the highway. The biggest one is modern Hardware outlet Wilcon and this picture shows a department store “Divimart” which was bought by Puregold. It is […]Read More
Zg376. (-133 to 139) are picture shot at Baloy Long Beach, part of Barrio Barretto and belong to Olongapo City and Subic Bay. The first 5 images are views of Subic Bay, we see Camaya Point, the end of the former Naval Magazine; Grande Island, the former Fort Wint; Redondo Peninsular with the former Hanjin […]Read More
Zg375. (-127 to 132) are images of the Barrio Barretto Beach which is part of Olongapo City and Subic Bay. The first 3 images are of the Driftwood Beach which is a Public Beach, managed by the Barretto Government. It is located across the National Highway from the Olongapo Police Head Quarter which is commonly […]Read More