|Municipality of Mabini|
|Location of Mabini in Batangas Province|
|District:||2. District of Batangas|
|Income class :||2nd income bracket|
May 1, 2000 census
August 1, 2015 census
|Population density :||201.4 inhabitants per km²|
|Area :||229.4 km²|
|Postal code :||4217|
|Area code :||+63 43|
|Mayor :||Nilo Villanueva|
|Website:||Official website of the municipality|
|Geographical location in the Philippines|
Mabini is a Filipino municipality in Batangas Province . The community is located on the Calumpang Peninsula, which separates Batangas Bay from Balayan Bay . On the peninsula is the Panay volcano , which rises to a height of 501 meters. Due to its location, Mabini protrudes into Isla Verde Strait , which is considered a biodiversity hot spot in the Philippines and worldwide.
Mabini became an independent municipality on January 1, 1918 and was previously part of the Bauan municipality . It was named after the most famous son of the community, the hero of the Philippine revolution Apolinario Mabini . Mabini became known for its diving and snorkeling spots.
Mabini is politically divided into 34 barangays .
Anilao is a village consisting of the barangays Anilao Proper and Anilao East, which is popular with divers and snorkelers. There are several diving centers in the village that organize diving trips to dive sites in Balayan Bay near Cape Bagalangit and near Sombrero Island and Maricaban. Snorkeling is available near Cemetery Beach, Red Palm Beach on Maricaban Island and around Sepok Point.