- Quezon National Park
With an area of about 9,830,765 hectares, the park has an intricate system of caves, waterfalls, springs, creeks, gorges, and ravines set against a quaint backdrop of lush greenery. The park teems with flora and fauna, from butterflies to birds and monkeys tugging along their young while crossing the street. The trees are so tall and huge that they make the zigzag road darker than it should be. The park is also the site of Pinagbanderahan, where the Filipino Revolutionaries planted the Philippine flag in their fight against the Spanish colonizers. Quezon National Park encompasses the western municipalities of Atimonan, Pagbilao, and Padre Burgos. It can be reached by walking for about one hour from the road to the top of a ridge.
- Zigzag Road
Also referred to as Bitukang Manok or Eme Road, Zigzag Road can be found in the middle of the Quezon National Park. Its curves are so tight, and the road so steep, that vehicles have to literally inch their way up. Along the roadsides are the lush vegetation of the Quezon National Park.
- Atimonan Rockclimbing
This abandoned rock quarry 165km south of Manila is easy to get to, and offers a variety of routes, some suitable for beginners, others quite difficult. The rock limestone, with a mixture of pocket holds, vertical cracks, and overhangs. There are six established routes, ranging from 10 to 40m in height, with difficulty ratings from 5.8 to 5.11. Large areas of rock, including some of the highest points, remain unexplored and the potential for new routes is excellent. The Tayabas Mountaineers, based in Lucena, climb here regularly, and will often accompany guest climbers without charge.
- Iskong Bantay Watchtower
It was built by the Spanish authorities as a watchtower to warn the townsfolk of Atimonan of impending pirate attacks. It is located in Atimonan town proper.
- Lamon Bay
It is a body of water connecting the northern part of Quezon to the Pacific Ociean. It bounds the coastal towns of Atimonan, Gumaca, Plaridel, Lopez, and Calauag, and the islands of Alabat. It is a rich fishing ground and the home of various living corals. Most parts of the bay consist of gray sand, some parts are filled with rocks, and other living corals. It is gradually sloping to the extend that, during low tide, the water level is low enough to allow one to walk as far as five hundred meters from the shore. The beaches in the towns of Gumaca and Plaridel are sandy and ideal for swimming. In some parts of the bay, about ten feet from the beach front, are living corals. The town of Lopez has the best colonies of corals which are located just about15 minutes by boat from the shore. Lamon Bay is located at the northern part of Quezon.
- Bantakay Water Falls
- Malusak Cave
It is probably the longest cave in Atimonan, with a clearance of more or less 2 feet in height. It is located in Barangay Malusak, Atimonan, Quezon.
- Maria Cristina Park
It is a promenade park with an area of 200 square meters, built along the Lamon Bay area in Atimonan. It is located along the Maharlika Highway, Atimonan, Quezon.
It is a monument at the heart of the National Forest Park built in 1938 under the commonwealth government. This is called Pinagbanderahan for its historic role during World War II. It is a perfect vantage point to view Mt. Banahaw, the islands of Marinduque and Mindoro, as well as the major towns and cities of Quezon, like Lucena, Pagbilao, and Tayabas. It is located in Barangay Malinao Ilaya, Atimonan, Quezon.
- Lumiliay River Waterfalls
It is approximately 114 km. from the barangay proper and is blessed with fresh, clean water. It is located in Barangay Caridad, Atimonan, Quezon.
- Magsaysay Waterfalls
It has clean and fresh water. It abounds in tall trees and is ideal for picnicking. It is located in Barangay Malinao, Atimonan, Quezon.
- Atimonan Church
This church was first built in 1640 but was burned during an invasion. Rebuilt in 1642, it was partially destroyed again by fire. During the Second World War, the whole town, including the church, was leveled off by bombings. Reconstruction of the church started in 1979. It is located in Atimonan town proper.
Located along the main highway, the sculpture of Sirena is an interesting sight for the motorists. The Sirena (Mermaid) is a copy of the sculpture of Little Mermaid in Denmark. Like the one in Denmark, it also sits on top of a big boulder. It is located along the beach of Lamon Bay near the Maharlika Highway, Atimonan, Quezon.
- Balagtas Sports Complex
It provides adequate space for recreational activities. It is located at Zone IV - Poblacion, Atimonan, Quezon.
- Hunters ROTC Veterans Park
It is a park located at the gateway of the Poblacion, built in memory of the brave Atimonan soldiers who fought during the Japanese war. It is located in Barangay Tagbakin, Atimonan, Quezon.
- Leon Guinto Boulevard
It is a place for the scenic viewing of Lamon Bay and Alabat Island. It is located at Zone IV - Poblacion, Atimonan, Quezon.
- Roman Catholic Park
It is a mini-park located in front of the Roman Catholic Church in Barangay Zone IV - Poblacion, Atimonan, Quezon.
- Al Montevista Resort
A newly opened resort with two (2) swimming pools, cottages, dining area, central stage for performances and a big parking area. Ideal place for parties, events, meetings, wedding receptions, baptism, reunions, concerts, etc.
- Victoria Beach Resort
One of the first beach resorts in Atimonan.
- Green Park Resort
- Villa Urgino Resort
- SeaBreeze Village & Resort
Dona Rosario SeaBreeze Village & Resort is a nature resort located along Lamon Bay in
Barangay Angeles, Atimonan, Quezon. The resort offers a recreational fishpond stocked with sugpo,
crabs, bangus and tilapia. Catch and enjoy your favorite seafood and stay in our air conditioned
suites equipped with your family's needs.
Info from the Department of Tourism.