IJsselstein, Tuesday, 5 June 2001 (updated: Monday, 24 April 2006)
Bohol is blessed with a number of marvelous white beaches, which just await to be discovered and enjoyed.
Alona Beach Probably the most beautiful, and surely the most developed beach on Panglao is Alona Beach. Located at the Southwest of the island, this beach is about one and a half kilometers long, lined with nice resorts, which are great to stay for a some time, a number of well equiped diving establishments and pleasant places to eat out, if you do not want to eat at your resort's restaurant for a change.
Probably the only drawback of the beach are the large numbers of sea urchins that inhabit the water, starting some twenty or thirty meters out of the coast. You will just have to be careful when wading.
Don't forget to bring your snorkeling equipment. When you swim about one hundred meters off the beach, you will reach the edge of the 'house' reef, at between three and five meters deep, and thus can be easily observed even without scuba equipment. If you are into scuba diving, though, don't forget to have a few dives here as well, as it is certainly worth it, not bad at all, even compared with the reefs the boats will bring you to.
Dumaluan Beach, also on the south of the island, is about two and half kilometers east of Alona Beach. Here you will find some of the more exclusive beach resorts of Bohol, such as the Bohol Beach Club.
Bikini Beach is about eight kilometers from Tagbilaran, and hence a popular location for local pick-nickers.
Momo Beach is on the north side of Panglao. This again is a shallow beach.
Doljo Beach (pronounced 'Dolho' beach) is on the Northwest of the island, not far from Momo beach, and is also a nice beach, mostly free from sea-grasses. This beach is known for the beautiful sea shells that can be found here.
Between Tagbilaran and Anda.
Between Anda and Lapinin Island.
Between Lapinin Island and Jeta Fe.
Between Jeta Fe and Tagbilaran.
|Jim c wrote:|
|Wednesday, 23 July 2014 13:49:38 PHT|
|I have been to alona beach twice this year,,,and never saw any rubbish dumped. when you go down the hill and onto the beach, turn left and walk past all the cafe's etc and you will not find any rubbish. can I ask you roger just what beach did you go to..as it was NOT alona beach.|
|Saturday, 1 February 2014 13:11:41 PHT|
|The most pulluted beach are Bikini Beach. I use to call it Basura Beach. No one can take a bath there. See for your self.|
|Saturday, 1 February 2014 13:06:45 PHT|
|I have been around in Panglao searching for a clean beach but couldn´t find any. Are really all beaches used as a dump.|
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|Tuesday, 12 November 2013 17:17:23 PHT|
|I've been in Bohol many times. I really enjoy dicing sites near and around Panglao.|
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