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Camotes Sea

Outrigger on the Camotes sea near Olango Island.

The Camotes Sea is a small sea within the Philippine archipelago, between the Eastern Visayas and the Central Visayas. It is bordered by the islands of Leyte to the north and east, Bohol to the south, and Cebu to the west. The sea is connected to the Visayan Sea to the northwest, and to the Bohol Sea to the south by the Canigao Channel and Cebu Strait. It contains the Camotes Islands and Mactan Island.

The major cities of the area are Ormoc City and Baybay in Leyte province, and Cebu City, Cebu.



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