|Sangley Point Naval Base||4101|
|Dasmariñas Resettlement Area||4115|
|Gen. Mariano Alvarez (GMA)||4117|
|Trece Martires City||4109|
|Gen. Trias, Cavite||4107|
|Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Cavite||4124|
(Caylabne Bay & Puerto Azul included)
- Quick Facts
- Provincial Governors
- Cities and Municipalities
- Cavite Land Maps
- Socio-Economic and Physical Profile
Did you know that Cavite is the most populous province in the Philippines? Want to know more about the province of Cavite? Check it out!
Brief History of Cavite
Colonizers arriving in the late 16th century saw an unusual tongue of land thrust into Manila Bay and saw its value as the main staging ground from where they could launch their bulky galleons. Formed in the shape of a hook, which in Tagalog is called kawit , it became the most important port linking the colony to the outside world.
History of the Provincial Government
The provincial government of Cavite has a colorful history. During the greater part of the Spanish regime the provincial administration was handled by the alcalde mayor who was the representative of the governor and captain general in Manila. As alter ego of the Chief executive of the country, the alcalde mayor exercised over all executive, judicial, and legislative functions within his jurisdiction.
The list of all the past governors of Cavite as well as the present governor in the province.
Cities and Municipalities
Included here are the list of all cities and municipalities in the province of Cavite and are divided accordingly per district. An interactive map is used for a better graphic representation.
Cavite Land Maps
Contains the list of land maps of Cavite including flood hazard map, ground shaking map, storm surge hazard, tsunami hazard map and more.
Here you will see the list of hotlines and important contact information such as police stations, fire stations and zip codes. Listed also are the contact information of elected officials, mayors and vice-mayors, schools and more.