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Province of Ilocos Sur


1. Sports Facilities

                 All barangays in the province have either a multi-purpose pavement or basketball covered court that serve as the venue of sports activities, not to mention the grounds of public elementary/primary schools located in the different barangays of the province.

                 For provincial or regional sports activities, the province has several stadiums/sports complex/gymnasiums to boast of. Some of these are the Quirino Stadium located in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur, big enough to accommodate the games played for the Palarong Pambansa, the Sto. Domingo Plaza and Sports Complex, and the gymnasium of the University of Northern Philippines in Vigan City and other public and private secondary schools in the province.

           The provincial government is annually conducting inter-agency/inter-municipal sports competition in basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, chess, table tennis, and bowling aside from the regular sports competition being undertaken by the Department of Education. Likewise, the provincial government is also participating in the LGU Olympics and Philippine National Games as a component of the physical fitness program of the present provincial administration.


2. Other Recreational Facilities

                 In the province, there are only 2 movie houses, located in Candon City, and Bantay.  

                             There are no nightclubs operating in the province, however, there are sing-along or videoke bars to be found in some of the restaurants and resorts in the province to provide entertainment and leisure to promenaders.

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