San Fernando

La Union
Arranged at the focal point of the Ilocos Region, San Fernando City, La Union is the district's Regional Capital. It is situated around 270 km north of Metro Manila. Considered as the Gateway toward the North, San Fernando City is around 136 kilometers far from the Spanish-impacted vacation spots in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur, around 221 kilometers far from the white sand shorelines of Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, and just 60 kilometers far from Baguio City, the Summer Capital of the Philippines. San Fernando City, with an aggregate area territory of 102.7 sq. km., is limited on the south by the Municipality of Bauang, La Union, on the east by the Municipalities of Bagulin and Naguilian, La Union, on the north by the Municipality of San Juan, La Union, and on the west by the South China Sea. San Fernando is for the most part agrarian (rice, vegetables, verdant vegetables, root crops, organic product trees, corn and tobacco). Be that as it may, inhabitants treat angling in coastline and seashore regions as auxiliary method for business. The locals additionally have "inabel" (hand-woven fabric), wicker container, shell makes, including nourishments, for example, "kilawen" and "papaitan", "basi", "sukang iloko" and "paslubong, for example, guapples, "longganiza", nectar and local rice cakes, "puto", "suman" and "bibingka". Patopat is San Fernando's local delicacy, produced using "agdapil" (sugarcane, a tall tropical Southeast Asian Grass (Saccharum officinarum). San Fernando has numerous class An inns and resorts, night clubs, entomb alia.