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San Fabian

HISTORY OF SAN FABIAN:

Along the seaside edges of the fourth district of Pangasinan lies the pristine beaches of the municipality of San Fabian. This town is a paradise for beach-lovers, swimmers, mountaineers, and even bikers.

Officially founded on March 23, 1717, San Fabian traces its roots from the Spanish period. The municipality traces its name to a Roman Catholic Pope-turned saint, Saint Fabian. Today, the people of San Fabian honor their rich Catholic history through the annual celebration of the Feast of Saint Fabian every January.

The municipality of San Fabian takes pride in its natural landscape. The green mountains of Inmalog allow tourists to enjoy the scenery of the countryside along with the fresh cold breeze descending to the fine sand and sunny beaches of Mabilao, Bolasi, and Nibaliw. The unique geography of the municipality enhances the kind of experience that establishments can offer, giving residents and tourists a myriad of things to enjoy. The upland and plainfield barangays of San Fabian provide sanctuaries for livestock and poultry and commercial agriculture. Meanwhile, the waters bordering the municipality are a rich source of fishery, aquaculture, and salt-making. San Fabian is also home to delicacies like tupig, sugarcane, and coconut juice, combined with a rich source of condiments like palm vinegar. 

Currently, San Fabian is a first-class municipality covering about 8,128 hectares of residential, commercial, and agricultural lands, subdivided into thirty-four diverse and culturally rich barangays. These lands house a population of 83,025 residents cultivating and enriching the lands, rivers, and seas. 

HISTORY OF SAN FABIAN:

Along the seaside edges of the fourth district of Pangasinan lies the pristine beaches of the municipality of San Fabian. This town is a paradise for beach-lovers, swimmers, mountaineers, and even bikers.

Officially founded on March 23, 1717, San Fabian traces its roots from the Spanish period. The municipality traces its name to a Roman Catholic Pope-turned saint, Saint Fabian. Today, the people of San Fabian honor their rich Catholic history through the annual celebration of the Feast of Saint Fabian every January.

The municipality of San Fabian takes pride in its natural landscape. The green mountains of Inmalog allow tourists to enjoy the scenery of the countryside along with the fresh cold breeze descending to the fine sand and sunny beaches of Mabilao, Bolasi, and Nibaliw. The unique geography of the municipality enhances the kind of experience that establishments can offer, giving residents and tourists a myriad of things to enjoy. The upland and plainfield barangays of San Fabian provide sanctuaries for livestock and poultry and commercial agriculture. Meanwhile, the waters bordering the municipality are a rich source of fishery, aquaculture, and salt-making. San Fabian is also home to delicacies like tupig, sugarcane, and coconut juice, combined with a rich source of condiments like palm vinegar. 

Currently, San Fabian is a first-class municipality covering about 8,128 hectares of residential, commercial, and agricultural lands, subdivided into thirty-four diverse and culturally rich barangays. These lands house a population of 83,025 residents cultivating and enriching the lands, rivers, and seas. 

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