About Villa Noe Beach and its History

Noe and Cornelia Taiño (younger years)
Noe and Cornelia TainoNoe and Cornelia Taiño (1990's)
The old private vacation houseOld Villa Noe in the 1990's


Noe Taiño in UST

Villa Noe was originally a private beach house named after the late Noe V. Taiño, a World War II veteran and the father of the current owners. This piece of land on Cagbalate Island was inherited and passed down from one generation to the next. It was originally from Don Benedicto Pansacola, who had a daughter named Maria. Doña Maria then married Don Silverio Taiño (became El Presidente of Mauban). They had seven children, one of which was Noe Taiño.

Noe Taiño took up law in the University of Santo Tomas. He was a soldier during World War II then later worked at the National Treasury of the Philippines. He then married Cornelia Javaluyas, a teacher, and had children of their own.

Taiño Ancestral House in Mauban, Quezon as featured in the Philippine Daily Inquierer

In 1990, a beach house was constructed and placed on the plot of land; an initiative by their eldest daughter, Lorie Taiño Carlos. It served as a private summer vacation home for many years for the friends and families of the Taiño clan.

In 2012, developments to turn Villa Noe into a beach resort and vacation spot open to the public began. It is now a beach haven providing a relaxing return to nature.

Villa Noe Beach now, with its Hollywood-esque signage