Mabini Bohol Travel Guide
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A coastal municipality located along the eastern portion of the province of Bohol, Mabini, is approximately 104 kilometers away from the province’s lone and capital city, Tagbilaran City. Going to the municipality may take two hours and twenty minutes of travel.
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The town was bounded by the municipality of Ubay on the north, by the municipality of Candijay in the south, by the municipality of Alicia on the west, and by the Bohol Sea on the east.
The town is considered a fourth class municipality with a population of 28, 788 people basing on the 2007 census. It total land area of 6455 hectares is subdivided into 22 barangays, namely: Abaca, Abad Santos, Aguipo, Concepcion (Banlas), Baybayon, Bulawan, Cabidian, Cawayanan, Del Mar, Lungsoda-an, Marcelo, Minol, Paraiso, Poblacion I, Poblacion II, San Isidro, San Jose, San Rafael, San Roque (Cabulao), Tambo, Tangkigan, and Valaga.
Sixteen of these barangays are coastal barangays and the remaining barangays are interior.
The town of Mabini was established in 1904 and was comprised by different barangays which was once a part of other towns. The barangays of Abaca, Banlas, Bulawan, Lungsodaan, Minol, Poblacion I and II, and the barangay of Tambo were once a part of the town of Candijay. Cabulao and San Jose once belonged to Ubay. These barangays were organized to comprise a new town through the initiative of its own parish priest, Fr. Jimenez and the municipal president, Canuto Bernales.
The fist settlers of the town came from the towns of Duero, Loboc, Guindulman, Jagna and Sevilla.
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