Infanta is a town in the Philippine province of Pangasinan and lies on the South China Sea. The town was named in 1904 after the Spanish Queen Isabella II, which carried the ruler title Infanta.
In the 212 km ² large administrative region in 2010, 23,455 people lived, resulting in a population density of 111 inhabitants per km ². The majority of the population lives on agriculture, fishery and salt production. The terrain is very hilly. In the village there is a campus of the Pangasinan State University.
In the north, bordering Dasol and Mabini, in the east and in the south Bugallon Santa Cruz ( Zambales province ) to Infanta.
Infanta is divided into the following 13 barangays:
- Nanga Lisan
Cities: Alaminos | Dagupan | San Carlos City | Urdaneta
Communities: 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 | Pozzorubio | Rosales | San Fabian | San Jacinto | San Manuel | San Nicolas | San Quintin | Santa Barbara | Santa Maria | Santo Tomas | Sison | Sual | Tayug | Umingan | Urbiztondo | Villasis
- Location in the Philippines