Click on the picture to view agricultural situation in the region.
Pangasinan is noted for its Dagupan bangus (milkfish).
The 20 humongous Windmills of Bangui can be seen from Saud Beach in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte. These windmills have been steadily gaining popularity among travelers to the Philippines.
Mestizo District, a UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Ilocos Sur, contains the largest concentration of still preserved ancestral homes and other colonial-era architecture in the Philippines, built by Chinese merchants who settled in Vigan.
The Quezon Island is the largest of the Hundred Islands National Park, and the most crowded during tourist season.
San Juan Beach, La Union - Regarded as the "Surfing Capital of the North," this stretch of white sand beach facing the South China Sea is a must-go place for surfers and watersports lovers.