BARANGAY MAP & INFORMATION

Puerto Galera Map with Barangay Boundaries and MPA Zone

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POBLACION

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SABANG

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SINANDIGAN

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PALANGAN

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STO. NIÑO

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BALATERO

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BACLAYAN

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SAN ISIDRO

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ANINUAN

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TABINAY

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DULANGAN

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VILLAFLOR

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SAN ANTONIO

ANINUAN

Barangay Captain: CHARITO C. GARCIA
History of Barangay Aninuan: Click Here
Aninuan is a coastal barangay of Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro. Aninuan Beach is situated just next to the popular White Beach, but it is much less crowded, making it suitable for a quiet and relaxing family reunions and romantic getaways. It is a long stretch of sand with a thin layer of small cobbles in the swash zone. Nearest tourist attraction is the Aninuan Falls, a short column accessible via a 45- to 60-minute hike.

BACLAYAN

Barangay Captain: MARCELINO A. BANAAG
History of Barangay Baclayan: Click Here
Baclayan is the mountainous part of Puerto Galera. This barangay has the largest concentration of Mangyans living in Puerto Galera. It is geographically located in the center of Puerto Galera island. Experience hiking in Baclayan todether with the local Mangyan guide and see the breathtaking view of Puerto Galera surrounding. You may encounter tropical birds, interesting plants and animals along the way. The trip may also include a visit to Mangyan Village. Further hike to the summit can be guided by a local Mangyan as they are more familiar with the area. At the highest point you will be able to see the entire Puerto Galera, Calapan, and Batangas area.

BALATERO

Barangay Captain: WILBERT P CANDAVA
History of Barangay Balatero: Click Here
Barangay Balatero is also located on the shoreline of Puerto Galera. The biggest public port in Puerto Galera is located here, where the RoRo vessels and fastcraft vessels docked. Balatero also is the center of fish trading in Puerto Galera where different catches from Abra de Ilog and other nearby towns trade their catch in the port. It only takes 10 to 15 minutes travel from Puerto Galera town to Balatero via tricycle. Balatero is more on residential establishment rather than commercial establishment but it is very near to medical clinics, hardware stores, gas staions and also in some of the mini groceries.

DULANGAN

Barangay Captain: JUAN V. ASCAN III
History of Barangay Dulangan: Click Here
Dulangan is located about 7 km east from the Puerto Galera Township along the National Highway which has recently been resealed and improved. The property is located on Dulangan Road, a private Barangay road which turns off the National Highway and runs along the beach front all the way to Bulabod Beach.

Dulangan is a quiet peaceful Barangay which has become very popular with both ex-pats and long term visitors. It boasts an interesting crowd of people from all over the world. There a 2 small “hang out” style bars and these are a good places to meet people and find out what is happening. There is also a hardware store, small eateries and many Sari Sari stores located within the Barangay. The views from anywhere along the beach in Dulangan sunsets are amazing.

PALANGAN

Barangay Captain: ESTRELLITA A. DOLOR
History of Barangay Palangan: Click Here

POBLACION

Barangay Captain: ARISTEO E. ATIENZA
History of Barangay Poblacion: Click Here

SABANG

Barangay Captain: CRESENCIANO I. CASPE
History of Barangay Sabang: TagalogEnglish
Sabang Beach is the main destination for foreign tourists. Big La Laguna Beach and Small La Laguna Beach are considered part of Sabang with resorts lining the beaches. Big La Laguna Beach is popular for local swimmers and snorkelers. Puerto Galera is among the top diving destination in the Philippines. Almost all of the divesite in Puerto Galera is found less than 5 minutes from Sabang Beach. The diving generally focuses around the areas either side of Escarceo Point. Marine life is highly diverse. 180+ species of nudibranchs are found in the area and many species of fish can be seen. A variety of wrecks have been sunk over the years in addition to the one wreck of an engine of a WWII Japanese patrol boat.

SAN ANTONIO

Barangay Captain: FRANCISCA M. CUSI
History of Barangay San Antonio: TagalogEnglish

SAN ISIDRO

Barangay Captain: ELENO B. CANDAVA
History of Barangay San Isidro: Click Here

SANTO NIÑO

Barangay Captain: MARIO B. REYES
History of Barangay Sto. Niño: Click Here

SINANDIGAN

Barangay Captain: ERIBERTO A. MANALO
History of Barangay Sinandigan: Click Here

TABINAY

Barangay Captain: ROMEO B. AGELLON
History of Barangay Tabinay: Click Here

VILLAFLOR

Barangay Captain: TEODORO R. FLORIDA
History of Barangay Villaflor: Click Here