Motto: Sulong Del Gallego!
Map of Camarines Sur showing the location of Del Gallego
Location within the Philippines
Coordinates: 13°55′N 122°36′E / 13.92°N 122.6°E / 13.92; 122.6Coordinates: 13°55′N 122°36′E / 13.92°N 122.6°E / 13.92; 122.6
Bicol (Region V)
Lydia B. Abarientos
208.31 km2 (80.43 sq mi)
8 m (26 ft)
Population (2015 census)
120/km2 (320/sq mi)
IDD : area code
4th class; partially urban
Del Gallego is a fourth class municipality in the province of Camarines Sur, Philippines. It used to be called Danawin and is located along Kilbay River. It was established through Executive Order No. 56 Series of 1936 signed by then President Manuel L. Quezon. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 25,397 people.
The municipality celebrated its 75th foundation anniversary on October 5, 2013.
Del Gallego is the last town in the northern part of Camarines Sur. This is where the Quirino Highway (Andaya Highway) road meets with the first town of Quezon province, Tagkawayan.
According to the town's socio-economic profile in the year 1998, agricultural workers are greater in number reaching about 70% of the whole working force while the remaining 30% are engaged in non-agricultural occupations.
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In 1959, the following sitios were converted into barrios: Sinuknipan, Sabang, Pasay and Bajo (renamed to San Juan).
Del Gallego is politically subdivided into 32 barangays.
Zone I Fatima (Pob.)
Zone II San Antonio (Pob.)
Poblacion Zone III
Santa Rita I
Santa Rita II
Population census of Del Gallego