Is vacation rental accommodations in Pangasinan what you’re after? Head over straight to the listings at the bottom if you want. But if you want a little info about this province, then read on.

Its root name is asin which means salt in English. Because salt making has been one of  their means of livelihood, they’ve decided to name the province after it.

Where to Stay in Pangasinan?

Hundred Islands in Pangasinan
Elmer nev valenzuela • CC BY-SA 4.0

The province has 4 cities and 44 municipalities. The cities of Dagupan, Alaminos, San Carlos and Urdaneta will have plenty of hotels with pools and inns for you to book. However, you can explore other types of vacation rentals to stay in if you want. How about a resort villa or a transient house for a start?

There will be other options within the cities or in one of the villages and municipalities. The 44 municipalities are as follows:

  • Agno, Aguilar, Alcala, Anda, Asingan,
  • Balungao, Bani, Basista, Bautista, Bayambang
  • Binalonan, Binmaley, Bolinao, Bugallon
  • Burgos,, Calasiao, Dasol, Infanta, Labrador
  • Laoac, Lingayen, Mabini, Malasiqui, Manaoag
  • Mangaldan, Mangatarem, Mapandan, Natividad,
  • Pozorrubio, Rosales, San Fabian, San Jacinto
  • San Manuel, San Nicolas, San Quintin, Santa Barbara
  • Santa Maria, Santo Tomas, Sison, Sual
  • Tayug, Umingan, Urbiztondo and Villasis

Things to See and Do in Pangasinan

Would you like to go island hopping? Hit 100 islands straight at the Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos.

The Capitol building in Lingayen is stunning and the open space around it is suoerb.  As a coastal town, they have the Capitol Beach that travelers can go to.

For the devotees of Virgin Mary, you can head to Manaoag. They have Our Lady of Manaoag  Church that you can go to. Explore the museum and the town itself. There are some local good stuff to be had.

Vacation Rentals in Pangasinan

Looking for a place to retire for the day. Explore the listings below and see if anything takes you’re fancy.