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The heart of Pasuquin lies where two rivers marry. The Bilatag and Parang rivers wander from the interior to meet in the center of the town and then flow out together to the sea. Though farming accounts for much of the activity of the townspeople. Pasuqiun is more known for three things: feldspar for fine


  Vintar is a lush valley carpeted with farmlands which easily yields the rice supply for the entire province. The Vintar river and its tributaries from an intricate lattice of waterways that weave through the valley to keep the land constantly irrigated and fertile.


Solsona is a triangular municipality where rivers have grown wild. Four rivers and their many tributaries stretch across the municipality and more than make up for Solsona’s lack of access of the sea. River resorts have capitalized on the attraction of these scenic natural resources and have steadily lured visitors including those with access to


Because the Padsan river joins the two halves of Sarrat, it helps keep the outlying farms irrigated and the municipality alive. Each season, truckloads of tomatoes from nearby towns and municipalities are transported to Sarrat and processed into catsup. Sarrat is also famous for its Sta. Monica Church. The longest church in the province known

San Nicolas

  San Nicolas is largely agricultural and produces rice, corn, tobacco, and vegetables. It is also a major producer of maguey plants, the processed fibers of which are transported by oxcarts to the port of Currimao. The people of San Nicolas take pride in their various craft industries. The town is famous for its pottery,


Pinili continues to be a productive agricultural town. The road by Darat, in the junction of town center, is the best place to purchase garlic and onions. Pinili also has a thriving weaving industry, with hand-woven materials featuring the binacol, an intricate geometric design likened to an optical illusion. The traditional method of weaving using


The town of Piddig is located on rolling hills and small valleys between the Guisit and Baramban rivers. Piddig is known for its basi (homemade wine). The sugarcane for this popular wine is grown on the farms which are situated along the town’s rolling terrain. Visitors looking for a swig of this delicious wine need


The municipality of Paoay has traditionally been known for its weavers of inabel. The fabric, which gained international popularity as sailcloth during the Spanish colonial period, is fast gaining international attention as high couture material. The coastal town prides itself with the Church of St. Augustine, better known as Paoay Church, which has been inscribed


Clearly a sea lover’s paradise. Pagudpud boasts of a wide variety of beaches that can easily rival the best in the world. Pagudpud is fast becoming known as the ideal location for sailing, surf boarding and other aqua sports. Rice paddies, quiet farmlands, forested hills as well as nipa forests are joined near the coast

Nueva Era

Nueva Era is nestled on the foothills of the Grand Cordillera Central. Nature buffs will find it worth their while to check out the municipality’s forested mountains which are ideal for trekking and nature trips.