Held every December, Narvacan is banking on the town’s culinary past to bring in more domestic and foreign tourist and reclaiming its position as the birthplace of bagnet,
Binatbatan Festival of Arts is a celebration of the culture and old industries of Vigan – especially the Abel Weaving Industry. Abel Weaving has been a part of Vigan’s culture even before the colonization of the Spaniards.
The “Feria de Candon” is a commemoration of Ilocos Sur’s trade fair exhibition that started in the province 126 years ago.
Aside from the Spanish heritage houses lining this northern town’s streets, Vigan is also known for its longganisa.
A delicacy composed of a colorful medley of local vegetables, pork belly, and shrimp paste, coupled with the town's own personal beauty makes the perfect recipe for a bucketlist worthy festival .
It is Halloween Season but in Vigan, Halloween is not covered by fear and a trembling effect of paranoia but it is full of lights and celebration.
St. Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral is the venue of religious rites during the Holy Week.
The Garlic Festival is held in Sinait, Ilocos Sur, known as the Garlic Center of the North. It is held during the 1st to 3rd of May.
A colorful thanksgiving festival in the province of Ilocos Sur.
The provincial capital's premier festival, experience how the past beautifully blends with the present.