My Favorite Beaches in the Philippines

Jean Tiston

The Philippines is composed of over 7000 islands so naturally there are a lot of beaches here. From rocky shores to fine white sands, we got them. Here are my top faves.

My Favorite Beaches in the Philippines

By Jean Tiston
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The Philippines is composed of over 7000 islands so naturally there are a lot of beaches here. From rocky shores to fine white sands, we got them. Here are my top faves.
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  • Nacpan Beach
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  • Talikud Island
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  • Samal Island
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  • Bitaog Beach
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  • Tignob Island
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  • Palumbanes Island
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  • The Boardwalk at Cloud 9 Resort
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  • Apo Reef
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  • Tondol White Sand Beach
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  • San Juan Beach
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  • Carabao Island
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  • Puka Shell Beach
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  • Mantigue Island
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  • Puerto Galera
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  • The Rock @ Pacifico
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  • White Island
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  • Jomalig Island
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  • Kalanggaman Island
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  • Subic Beach
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    • jeanlouise Subic Beach in Sorsogon has this pink-tinged sand that from comes broken coral and pink shell pieces. You can pitch a tent to stay overnight or rent huts. Juag Fish Reserve and Calintaan Cave is a nice side trip when going to Subic Beach.

         
  • Malapascua Island
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  • Virgin Island
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  • Kota Beach
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    • jeanlouise Bantayan is an island off the northwestern coast of Cebu. Kota Beach is the most popular beach in Bantayan Island. It's a beautiful long white sand beach paired with turquoise waters. During low tide, you'll see a sandbar parallel to the beach.

         
  • Salagdoong Beach
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    • jeanlouise There are several things I love about this place. So before you get to the beach you'll have to through Salagdoong Forest Road and I just loved the feeling of driving through those rows of trees in a motorcycle. On the actual beach, there is a huge rock where they've put some diving platforms when you can jump from into the sea.

         
  • Paliton Beach
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    • jeanlouise This is a beautiful sandy beach in Siquijor. Not very many tourists around. Siquijor is generally a nice destination if you want to escape from the crowds.

         
  • Boracay Island
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    • jeanlouise I know what you're thinking, Boracay is so tourist-y and it must be overrated. That's what I thought too but when I got there the sand is so fine, it's almost like powdered milk. So if you like a long strip of white sand beach which is very accessible, near restaurants and different amenities, this place is for you.