The city of Alaminos is a fourth class component city in the province of Pangasinan, Philippines. It is known for being the home of the Hundred Islands National Park, which is composed of 124 islands and is located off the coast of Barangay Lucap. The city was named after Juan Alaminos y de Vivar, former Governor-General of the Philippines.

During the Spanish era, Alaminos was formerly part of Bolinao, known as Barrio Casborran. In 1747, it became an independent town. After many years, President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo finally signed the Republic Act 9025 on March 5, 2001, making Alaminos a city after 85% of the voters favored the ratification in a plebiscite held on March 28, 2001.