Calauag Tourist Spots, History, Festival

Calauag is a 1st class coastal municipality of Quezon Province in Region IV-A or Southern Tagalog Region also known as CaLaBaRZon, Philippines.

Calauag Municipal Hall
Calauag Municipal Hall (Credit: Facebook Page)

Profile of Calauag Municipality (Geography)
Location –> Eastern part of Quezon Province (See map below)
Neighboring Towns –> Santa Elena in Camarines Norte and Guinayangan (east), Lopez (south),
Area –> 324.71 km2 (125.37 sq mi)
Population –> 73,139 (2015 Census)
Revenue (2016) –> 157,781,413.38
Barangays –> 81
Terrain –> Coastal Plain with mountains and hills
Industries –> Agriculture, Trading, Tourism
Major Products –> Rice, Coconut, Fish, Corn, Vegetables, Poultry, Handicraft, Home-made Food Items
People/Language –> Tagalog, Bicolano, English
Legislative District –> 4th
Government Officials
Congressman –> Angelina Tan
Mayor –> Rosalina Visorde
Vice Mayor –> Leah M. de la Cruz

History of Calauag

The town of Calauag was founded on June 13, 1851 although the place was already settled in 1584.

Economy of Calauag

Calauag is an agricultural town where rice, corn, coconut and fish are the major products. Crab meat is a specialty product of the town.

Tourist Spots in Calauag

Talingting Beach
Capaluhan Beach
Pulong Pasig Sandbar
Pangahoy Beach
Santa Milagrosa Cave
Quezon Plaza and Central Park
Bonifacio Park
Saint Peter the Apostle Church
Yaganak Hanging Bridge
Morato Family Ancestral House

Festivals in Calauag

Alimango (Crab) Festival or Katang Festival

Map of Calauag Municipality

See also: Profile of Mayor Rosalina Visorde, Governor Danilo Suarez

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