Willy’s Rock

About Willy’s Rock
  • Willy's Rock is a rocky outcrop that forms a tidal island with a statue of the Virgin Mary on top of steps that are carved into the volcanic rock.
  • It is located near Station 1 on Boracay's 4 km stretch of white sandy beach.
  • It is named after the nearby Willy's Beach Club Hotel.
  • It is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and taking photos.
  • The statue of the Virgin Mary was placed on the rock in 1988 by a local businessman.
  • The rock is easily accessible at low tide, but you may need to wade through waist-high water at high tide.
  • Willy's Rock is a popular spot for both locals and tourists, and it can get crowded during peak season.
Here are some tips for visiting Willy's Rock:
  • Visit at low tide to avoid having to wade through water.
  • Bring a camera to capture the beautiful views of the rock and the surrounding beach.
  • Be respectful of the religious significance of the rock.
  • Be aware of the tides and currents, and do not climb on the rock if it is dangerous.