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Avoid this beach during weekends. Locals go here for weekend picnics and the beach gets packed. Some seaweeds get washed up ashore especially during the monsoon season. This beach has a lifeguard on-duty and this place has free showers too. Two of the things that...More
This is where the locals hang out, it is natural and stunning, not the manicured type. The church is just in the vicinity as well as the police station and an ATM just right next door. The beach bar offers drinks and food and you...More
The beach is really popular with Fil locals, although you will find them all in the sea staying cool rather than on the beach. I'd agree with others that it could be maintained a bit better but there's no rubbish or anything it's just the...More
The locals and tourists have no respect for the beautiful, sprawling vista before them. Trash abounded the white sand beaches. Great for walking and swimming. Local government, please help address this!!
🚃 From Tagbilaran, you have an option to ride a bus or van. We chose to ride a bus leaving Tagbilaran at 5AM. Fare 95/pax. Non-aircon.
🕧 2-2.5hrs from Tagbilaran
🚦The bus stops near the church, walking distance from Quinale beach. You can walk from...More
Quinale beach is a glorious stretch of white sand that straddles the sleepy town of Anda. Swim there during high tide as the shoreline remains pretty level till one ventures really far out in the surf. Do yourself a favor and visit on a week...More