Real is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Quezon, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 30,684 people in 5,849 households. This coastal town, located on the eastern shores of Luzon facing the Philippine Sea is noted for its rural beach resorts.
In December 2004, Real was washed away by Typhoons Violeta, Winnie, and Yoyong. About 500 people were either dead or missing.
Real is a small town facing the Pacific Ocean, approximately 133 kilometers away from the Quezon capital Lucena City and 145 kilometers from Manila. Real has 17 barangays: 14 rural and 3 urban. Its total land area is 563.8 km², the second largest in the province.
Real has many tourist spots, the zigzag road views, river scenery, Baluti Island and the beaches that attract tourists during summer time.
Real is politically subdivided into 17 barangays.
Spanish forces landed at the site of Real early in the colonization period, calling it Puerto Real. Spanish galleons and ships docked at the port reinforced forces stationed at the nearby place "Binangonan del Ampon" known now as Infanta.
Formerly a barrio of Infanta, Real was created into a municipal district with a set of government comprising the barrios of Llavac, Cawayan, Capalong, Tignoan, Kiloloron, Lubayat and Pandan which were all segregated from the mothertown of Infanta. This was by the virtue of Executive Order No. 410 dated December 15, 1960 by President Carlos P. Garcia.
|Los ciudades y municipios de Quezon|
|Ciudad:||Lucena | Tayabas|
|Municipio:||Agdangan | Alabat | Atimonan | Buenavista | Burdeos | Calauag | Candelaria | Catanauan | Dolores | General Luna | General Nakar | Guinayangan | Gumaca | Infanta | Jomalig | Lopez | Lucban | Macalelon | Mauban | Mulanay | Padre Burgos | Pagbilao | Panukulan | Patnanungan | Perez | Pitogo | Plaridel | Polillo | Quezon | Real | Sampaloc | San Andres | San Antonio | San Francisco | San Narciso | Sariaya | Tagkawayan | Tayabas | Tiaong | Unisan|