Capiz is known as the “Seafood Capital of the Philippines”, boasting its 80-kilometer coastline and wide expanse of swampy lands easily converted into fishponds. It holds one of the richest fishing grounds and a major contributor in the aquamarine industry of the Philippines. We encourage our dear visitors and travelers to discover Capiz, explore the rolling hills, mountain peaks and ranges and its beautiful people. Enjoy daytime excursions at the province’s wide beaches shore lines and blue waters that are truly captivating. Experience the bounty of this province by the sea. Have a fill of a variety of seafood’s available all year round. Visit local gardens, historical sites, old Spanish churches, and Southeast Asia’s largest bell at Pan-ay Church. Be captivated by the natural beauty of this peaceful and lovely place at the heart of the Philippine islands. The Province of Capiz is a great place to live. Feel the truly charming experience of a gentle, affectionate and hospitable welcome of at least 701,644 Capizeños that would really captivate your heart. Affordable hotels, lodging houses and beach resorts are available within and outside the city. Human interaction is far and away the most important value of Capisnon, and people take time to say hello to neighbors or to make small talk with clerks and tricycle drivers. The people of Capiz are gladly inviting you to experience their different Festivities in different municipalities that visitors from different places can visit and enjoy. Sinadya sa Halaran is a merging of the Roxas City Fiesta “Sinadya” and the Province celebration of “Halaran“, a festival that usually happens in the month of December. Sinadya sa Halaran is a commemoration of the feast of the patroness of Roxas City which is the Immaculate Concepcion and a thanksgiving. Lots of seafood’s being displayed, colorful parade, street dancing, and fascinating fireworks are some of the highlights of this event. Rituals and festivities of every municipalities where captivated in this occasion. Fireworks, grand parade, fluvial processions, fair and food festival, street dancing, and exhibits are some of the things to see of this event. Every municipalities here in Capiz has its own festivities, such as Buylogonay of Ivisan, Capiz (1st Week of September) , Hil-o-hanay of Sigma, Capiz (June 24), Linga-anay of Panay, Capiz (May 4), Balintawakan of Pontevedra, Capiz (May 15), Dinagsa and Ikin-ikin Festival of Dumalag, Capiz (Last Sunday of January and Nov. 11), Padagyaw of Dumarao, Capiz (August 5), Inilusan Festival of Mambusao, Capiz (Nov. 20-25), Tilibyugan Festival of Sapi-an, Capiz (July 26), Agdahanay Festival of Cuartero, Capiz (June 13, 2008), Hil-o Hil-o Festival of Maayon, Capiz (Feb. 23) and Sina-ot Festival of President Roxas, Capiz (May 1). The different festival commemorates the rich culture and tradition of the Capizeños that’s why Captivating Capiz is truly amazing.