The town of Carmen in Bohol has a natural beauty to offer to both locals and international visitors:
- Carmen CHOCOLATE HILLS
The world-famous cone-shaped Chocolate Hills. This website have some actual photos of the Chocolate Hills, you can check them out at Chocolate Hills Photo Gallery.
- Fatima Hill
An oversized statue of the Holy Virgin Mary is placed on top of the hill where the faithfuls visit yearly for the devotion of the Holy Rosary, to lit a candle, and say a prayer. This pilgrim hill has a cement steps from the bottom of hill goes up all the way to the top of the hill where the holy statue is placed. The Fatima Hill is located in Barangay Buenavista in the town of Carmen.
- Town Fiesta
A very popular and important gathering of the locals, family members, and visitors to celebrate San Antonio de Abbot or San Antonio Abad. Most homes in Carmen will prepare well-planned banquet/meals for all attendees of the fiesta. Street parade, church masses at different times, dances and programs will be held during this special occassion. In most cases, visitors show up the day before the fiesta, which is commonly called the Desperas, and stayed overnight with their family, friends or love ones in Carmen to celebrate the Fiesta the following day. The San Antonio de Abbot or San Antonio Abad town fiesta is usually celebrated yearly on 17th of January.
- The HOME
An outreach program of the Catholic Womens League design to help and support children who are orphaned and neglected from broken family unit. The home site is located in Barangay Katipunan in the town of Carmen.
Carmen is home for few springs that many locals used for recreations, outings, and exploring.
Carmen is home for few caves that many locals used for outings, and exploring.
Carmen is home for few water falls that many locals used for recreations, outings, and exploring.
- Philippine Cornstarch
An industrial plant located in Carmen Bohol.