The Municipality of Amadeo (Filipino: Bayan ng Amadeo) is a fourth class municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines. It is nicknamed the “Coffee Capital of the Philippines”. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 33,457 people.
Named after King Amadeo I of Spain, the town is best known for its Pahimis Festival, which showcases the town’s coffee industry. It is usually held on the last weekend of February and its town fiesta is held on the last Sunday of April.
Amadeo is an island town in the southern part of Cavite. It is bounded in the North by the Municipality of Gen. Trias, Silang in the East, Indang in the West and by the cities of Tagaytay and Trece Martirez in the South and Northwestern portions, respectively.
The town proper is accessible by bus, jeepney, car, and other land transportation some two (2) hours ride from Manila, by passing through the smooth Tagaytay Highway or shortcut through Silang either via the barrios of the Banay-banay and Dagatan or via (the) Buho-Talon-Salaban road. It could also be reached via Palapala at Manggahan using the Governor’s Drive.
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