The present Church of St. Peter the Martyr, the town's third (the first was built by Fr. Gabriel Perez and Pedro Villanova in 1870 and the second, started by Fr. Felix Casas in 1882, was finished by Fr. Eugenio Minguez in 1891 and blessed in June 1893), was destroyed during the liberation in 1945.
The town of Sual, is a remote fishing village about one hour away from Dagupan. The construction and operation of the fish port complex in Sual is, of course, a welcome development for most residents in this small, scenic town that faces Lingayen Gulf. The Fish Port Project is use for unloading & marketing facilities for fish & other fishery/aquatic products both for local and foreign markets. Provision of facilities for harbor operations such as ice, water & fuel conveyance and product transshipment. Sual fish port complex was a big help to economic activities and livelihood opportunities for our people.
Along the mainland, dominated by several fishing communities, is Sual Beach.
Cabalitian Island, a 15-min. (4.5-km.) boat ride from the town, has two beaches (including the beige sand Virginia Beach also called Spindle Drift) on one side of the island.
Team Energy Sual Power Station
Made by NONILON
Another Coal Fired Power Plant in Sual Pangasinan owned by TEPCO, Marubeni of Japan.The Coal Plant ng Sual Power Station is part of Lingayen Gulf