Vega Ancestral House – a structure estimated to be around 200 years old. History has it that in the 1800s, a young merchant from Cebu names Ignacio Juan Vega settled in a small Northern Mindanao town later known as Balingasag. It is believed that it was through him that the Cebuano devotion to the Sto. Niño (Child Jesus) was introduced to the townsfolk of Balingasag.
For more information on Balingasag tourism, contact the Municipal Tourism Officer Cecile Galdo at (0906) 746 0919.