Barangay Antequera lies on the very abundant and fertile soil in between Cabidianan creek and Manat River and it is seven (7) kilometers East South East of Nabunturan town. It was created into a barangay by virtue of the Provincial Board Resolution No. 88 dated March 12, 1969. On April 13, 1969 a special election for the first set of Barangay Officials was held at the Sto. Niño Primary School of the newly created Barrio Antequera, the elected officials were: Maximo Jubane, Barangay Captain; Barangay councilors: Marcelino Aleria, Saturnina Barbarona, Marina Bastatas, Lazaro Ofamin, Primo Barbarona & Joel Gementiza.

A portion or part of the barangay was Japanese abaca plantation which was occupied by the war veterans. Some soldiers of arm left places but some remained and owned their individuals clans.

The Mansakas were the first inhabitants found by settlers who came before the last World War II, the settlers were Cebuano, Leyteños & Boholanos

The changing its name from Sitio Sto. Niño to Barrio Antequera in honor of the settlers who are mostly coming from “Antequera Bohol” an English term for “KARAAN”.