Sual, Pangasinan

Sual is a town in the Philippine province of Pangasinan and lies on the Gulf of Lingayen.

The land of Sual is in the coves, as the Pao Bay, partly flat and rises inland sharply. A bay also serves as a natural harbor (Port Sual ), which provides protection to ships, for example, in a typhoon. The municipal area also includes several islands, such as the inhabited Cabalitian Iceland. The municipality was founded in 1805.


Sual is divided into the following 19 barangays:

  • Baquioen
  • Baybay Norte
  • Baybay Sur
  • Bolaoen
  • Cabalitian
  • Calumbuyan
  • Camagsingalan
  • Caoayan
  • Capantolan
  • Macaycayawan
  • Paitan East
  • Paitan West
  • Pangascasan
  • Poblacion
  • Santo Domingo
  • Seselangen
  • Sioasio East
  • Sioasio West
  • Victoria