Guinayangan Tourist Spots, History, Festival

Guinayangan is a 3rd class coastal municipality of Quezon Province in Region IV-A or Southern Tagalog Region also known as CaLaBaRZon, Philippines.

Guinayangan Municipal Hall
Guinayangan Municipal Hall (Credit: Nickrds09 via wiki commons)

Profile of Guinayangan Municipality (Geography)
Location –> Eastern part of Quezon Province (See map below)
Neighboring Towns –> Santa Elena in Camarines Norte (north), Tagkawayan (east), Buenavista (south), Lopez and Calauag (west)
Area –> 214.12 km2 (82.67 sq mi)
Population –> 45,155 (2015 Census)
Revenue (2016) –> 113,010,052.08
Barangays –> 54
Terrain –> Mountainous with hills and narrow coastal plains
Industries –> Agriculture, Trading, Tourism
Major Products –> Rice, Coconut, Corn, Fish, Vegetables, Poultry, Handicraft, Home-made Food Items
People/Language –> Tagalog, Bicolano, English
Legislative District –> 4th
Government Officials
Congressman –> Angelina Tan
Mayor –> Ceasr Isaac III
Vice Mayor –> Norman D. Dublois

History of Guinayangan

The town of Guinayangan was founded in June, 1845 with Rev. Fr. Bonifacio Estebez as the first parish priest.

Economy of Guinayangan

Guinayangan is an agricultural town where rice, coconut, corn and fish are the major products.

Tourist Spots in Guinayangan

Maulawin Spring Protected Landscape
St. Aloysius Gonzaga Parish Church
Gabaldon Building – Built in 1927

Festivals in

Gayang Festival

Map of Guinayangan Municipality in Quezon Province

See also: Profile of Mayor Ceasr Isaac III, Governor Danilo Suarez

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