About Tagudin

Tagudin is located along the coast in the southernmost part of the province of Ilocos Sur, and it is classified as a first class municipality in the Philippines. The town is approximately seven hours by bus or by car from Manila, and about an hour or so south of the  city of Vigan, the capital of Ilocos Sur. As in many other towns in the archipelago, it is a quiet provincial town where visitors are welcomed wholeheartedly by the warm and friendly people. Tagudin is known for its sundials believed to be the earliest sundials built in the Philippines by the Spaniards during the colonial times.
The town is considered as one of the gateways to the Cordillera Mountains in Northern Luzon. The road  going up to the mountains commences in Tagudin from the junction in Barangay Bitalag passing through the town of Cervantes. This scenic highway is a good alternate  route to tourist destinations such places as Bessang Pass, the Banaue Rice Terraces,   Baguio City, Sagada, Mt. Data, and many other places in the Cordilleras.

image/svg+xml Tagudin Photo Gallery Links Please click anywhere on the map to view the photos. Official Website of the Town of Tagudin Official Website of the Province of Ilocos Sur and its 43 Barangays
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