San Fernando was once a part of Naga before it was established as a separate town through a royal decree in 1858. This southern town is home to a number of resorts and tourist spots, including the Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort, Singli Mountain Resort, and the Bacalla Campsite.
The buko pie of San Fernando is not the usual buko pie you may find in supermarkets and groceries in the city. While these delicacies are smaller than the usual buko pie, they taste as good, if not better than the ones you normally see in the city. They are made using young coconut meat, and are typically sold hot and fresh.
You can get to taste the buko pie of San Fernando by simply getting on a bus headed south. Once you reach Barangay San Isidro, you will get to see vendors selling this appetizing delicacy along the side of the road. Each box is sold at PHP100. You can also buy the buko pie individually at PHP10.