San Vicente is a municipality located in the mid-western coast of Palawan Island in MIMAROPA Region. It is
bounded on the north by Taytay Town, on the east by the municipality of Roxas, on the south by Puerto Princesa City,
and on the west by South China Sea. It is about 189 kilometers north of Puerto Princesa City. It is accessible by land transportation from Puerto Princesa
or by sea transportation from El Nido or Coron towns. It has a total land area of square kilometers and is subdivided into 10 barangays.
San Vicente is known for its lush rainforest which occupies more than 90% of its land area. In addition,
the town boasts of its 14-kilometer beach, the longest in the Philippines spanning three villages. Moreover, it has
picturesque bays, coves, mangroves, waterfalls and rivers.
Perhaps the next most popular tourist destination in the Philippines after Boracay Island is San Vicente.
It offers exciting opportunities for tourism and land development. The production and processing of high value commercial crops
is encouraged. Investors can also engaged in cut-flower, hog and poultry production and processing, furniture-making, jewelry, ceramics,
and natural fiber processing.