The Bicol Peninsula is a peninsula of the Bicol Region located on Luzon Island in the Philippines, where the active Mayon Volcano and Bulusan Volcano, and the Heart of Bicol, Naga City is here. The provinces that are part of the peninsula are Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, and Sorsogon, while the province of Catanduanes and province of Masbate are the islands nearby the peninsula that formed a region was Bicol Region. The peninsula connects the land of Luzon is the province of Quezon. The startpoint of the peninsula is the province of Camarines Norte, and the tip of the peninsula is the province of Sorsogon. The surrounding bodies of water are Lamon Bay in north, Ragay Gulf in west side of Camarines provinces, Burias Pass in west side of Albay, Ticao Pass in west side of Sorsogon, Samar Sea In south of the peninsula, San Bernardino Strait in southwest of the peninsula, Philippine Sea in east side of Sorsogon, Albay Gulf in east side of Albay, Lagonoy Gulf in northeastern side of Albay, Maqueda Channel in the east side of Camarines Sur, and San Miguel Bay in the east side of Camarines Norte.