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Manaoag began as a small settlement of Cawili, now the town of San Jacinto, by the banks of Baloquing Creek in the early 1600’s. Some years later, the Augustinian Fathers established a Christian Mission which was originated and regarded as the Mission of Sta. Monica.

Entry Points:

  • San Jacinto – Manaoag Rd.
  • Manaoag Pozzoruino Rd.
  • Binalonan – Manaoag Rd.
  • Urdaneta – Manaoad Rd.

San Fabian

San Fabian was founded on March 23, 1717. The town was named in honor of a crusading Pope, St. Fabian, who ruled the Roman Catholic Church for almost 13 years during the reign of the Roman Emperor Dictus.

Entry Points:

  • San Fabian – Bonuan – Dagupan Diversion Rd,
  • Mangaldan – Pangasinan-La Union Rd,
  • Rosario – Pangasinan-La Union Rd

San Jacinto

San Jacinto was founded on August 17, 1598 by Rev. Fr. Herminigildo Milgar. The town was named after Father Jacinto who was canonized by Pope Clemente in 1598.

Entry Points:

  • Mangaldan – San Jacinto Rd,
  • San Jacinto – Manaoag Rd


The town of Mangaldan is one of the oldest towns in the Province of Pangasinan. It was founded in June 1600.

Entry Points:

  • Mangaldan – San Jacinto Rd,
  • San Fabian – Pangasinan-La Union Rd,
  • Santa Barbara – Mangaldan Rd,
  • Dagupan – Binalonan-Dagupan Hwy


Dagupan City was originally named Bacnotan by the Augustinian missionaries a few years after the establishment of the Spanish encomienda in Pangasinan in 1583.

Entry Points:

  • Mangaldan – San Jacinto Rd
  • San Fabian – Pangasinan-La Union Rd
  • Santa Barbara – Mangaldan Rd
  • Dagupan – Binalonan-Dagupan Hwy