Alicia
Province of Bohol

Summary data
Island groupVisayas
RegionCentral Visayas (Region VII)
ProvinceBohol
Barangay count15
Postal code6314
Coastal/Landlockedlandlocked
Marine waterbodiesnone (landlocked)
Area (2007)114.50 km2
(44.21 sq. mi)
Population (2015)23,517
Density (2015)205 per km2
(532 per sq. mi)
Coordinates9° 54' North, 124° 26' East
(9.8985 ° N, 124.4407 ° E)
Estimated elevation
above sea level
18.7 meters
(61.3 feet)
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Alicia is a landlocked municipality in the island province of Bohol.

The municipality has a land area of 114.50 square kilometers or 44.21 square miles which constitutes 2.38% of Bohol's total area. The 2015 Census records its population as 23,517 representing 1.79% of the total population of Bohol province, or 0.32% of the overall population of the Central Visayas region. Based on such figures, the population density is computed at 205 inhabitants per square kilometer or 532 inhabitants per square mile.

Demographic profile of barangays

Alicia has 15 barangays as shown in the following table.

BarangayPopulation
percentage

(2015)
Population
(2015)
Population
(2010)
Change
(2010-2015)

Annual
Population
Growth Rate
(2010-2015)
Cabatang3.66%86167527.56%4.74%
Cagongcagong1.87%4404234.02%0.75%
Cambaol5.17%1,2161,08711.87%2.16%
Cayacay8.07%1,8971,71310.74%1.96%
Del Monte3.55%8348063.47%0.65%
Katipunan9.85%2,3172,2303.90%0.73%
La Hacienda15.98%3,7583,7101.29%0.25%
Mahayag2.90%681687-0.87%-0.17%
Napo5.51%1,2951,2553.19%0.60%
Pagahat3.18%74758627.47%4.73%
Poblacion17.92%4,2144,0643.69%0.69%
Progreso4.38%1,0311,0191.18%0.22%
Putlongcam7.22%1,6981,5787.60%1.41%
Sudlon2.79%6566481.23%0.23%
Untaga7.96%1,8721,8043.77%0.71%
Alicia Total23,51722,2855.53%1.03%
Historical population

The population of Alicia grew from 11,860 in 1960 to 23,517 in 2015, an increase of 11,657 people. The latest census figures in 2015 denote a positive growth rate of 1.03%, or an increase of 1,232 people, from the previous population of 22,285 in 2010.

Census datePopulationGrowth rate
1960 Feb 1511,860
1970 May 612,7170.68%
1975 May 114,7703.05%
1980 May 115,7661.31%
1990 May 118,6531.70%
1995 Sep 119,4020.74%
2000 May 121,6052.33%
2007 Aug 123,4221.12%
2010 May 122,285-1.80%
2015 Aug 123,5171.03%
Map

The town center of Alicia is situated at approximately 9° 54' North, 124° 26' East, which has an elevation estimated at 18.7 meters or 61.3 feet above mean sea level.


Distances

Based on the great-circle distance (the shortest distance between two points over the surface of the Earth), the cities closest to Alicia are Maasin, Tagbilaran, Lapu-Lapu, Mandaue, Cebu City, and Talisay. The nearest municipalities are Mabini, Candijay, Pilar, Dagohoy, San Miguel, and Guindulman. Its distance from the national capital is 641.19 kilometers (398.42 miles). The following list delineates such distance measurements.

Nearest towns

  • Mabini, Bohol, 9.41 kilometers (5.85 miles) to the East‑Southeast (S67°E)
  • Candijay, Bohol, 10.85 kilometers (6.74 miles) to the Southeast (S34°E)
  • Pilar, Bohol, 13.59 kilometers (8.44 miles) to the West‑Southwest (S60°W)
  • Dagohoy, Bohol, 14.37 kilometers (8.93 miles) to the West‑Northwest (N73°W)
  • San Miguel, Bohol, 14.83 kilometers (9.21 miles) to the Northwest (N49°W)
  • Guindulman, Bohol, 15.97 kilometers (9.92 miles) to the South‑Southeast (S19°E)

Nearest cities

  • Maasin, Southern Leyte, 51.48 kilometers (31.99 miles) to the East‑Northeast (N59°E)
  • Tagbilaran, Bohol, 70.16 kilometers (43.60 miles) to the West‑Southwest (S66°W)
  • Lapu-Lapu, 70.57 kilometers (43.85 miles) to the Northwest (N50°W)
  • Mandaue, 72.10 kilometers (44.80 miles) to the Northwest (N49°W)
  • Cebu City, 75.27 kilometers (46.77 miles) to the Northwest (N53°W)
  • Talisay, Cebu, 75.47 kilometers (46.90 miles) to the West‑Northwest (N59°W)

Distance from Manila: 641.19 kilometers (398.42 miles) to the Northwest (N35°W)

Notes

  1. Unless otherwise specified, population count (excluding percentages) and land area figures are derived from the Philippine Statistics Authority.
  2. Postal codes are from the Philippine Postal Corporation.
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