Alfonso is a municipality located in the province of Cavite, Philippines. It is situated in the Calabarzon region of Luzon island, and is situated in the highlands of the province. The town is known for its cool climate, and its agricultural production of different vegetables and fruits such as strawberries and vegetables.
Alfonso is known for its picturesque landscapes, and its natural beauty, with many scenic spots and hiking trails that can be found in the town. It is also home to the Pagsanjan Gorge, a popular destination for white water rafting and kayaking. The town also has a number of parks and other recreational areas such as the Mount Palay-Palay National Park and the Mangrove Ecological Park, which provides opportunity for ecotourism and adventure activities.
The town has a rich culture and history and it is home to several heritage sites, such as the St. James the Apostle Parish Church and the Ancestral House, which is a well-preserved Spanish colonial house. The town is also known for its festivals such as the “Town Fiesta” which is celebrated every year on December 26th.
Alfonso is well connected to other parts of the region via major transportation routes such as the Aguinaldo Highway, and has many jeepneys and tricycles that are used for transportation around the town making it an easily accessible location for residents and visitors.