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Alona Beach

Listed under Beaches in Tagbilaran City, Philippines.

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Laid back beach for bargain hunters - friendly people and inexpensive watersports, but busy and in no way secluded

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Alona Beach

A well developed, white sandy heaven with sparking resorts dotted with palm trees on one side and sparkling clean water on your other. Diving is only maybe the fifth favoured activity of the Alona Beach dweller, relaxing probably comes top of the list in whatever form that may take, and swimming, walking, sunbathing and snorkeling would be the others. There are plenty of dive shops if diving is higher up your list of priorities.

The walking would probably take you along the coast to some less developed beaches, and maybe even onto the sand spit which connects the two islands.

The difficulty in getting there is deciding which taxi driver or resort employee you will allow to take you down to the beach, the guides say they’re all desperate for the pleasure, and it’s probably only partly because they want to be the one to have introduced you to Paradise…

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