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Information about Quinale Beach

4.1
219 Google reviews
Type
Bar
Location
Quinale Beach Bar, Anda, Bohol, Philippines
Opening Hours
08:00 - 18:00
Distance From City Center
52 m
Price Level
2
Family Friendly
No
Average rating
4.1
Number of reviews
219

Quinale Beach

Quinale Beach is a white sand beach with clear waters located in Anda, a small town on Bohol Island. Its powdery white sand is often compared to those of Boracay, El Nido, and Puerto Galera. It has gained popularity over the years yet is still not as well-known as other Bohol beaches like Alona and Dumaluan. This public beach is owned by the local government and can be enjoyed freely by tourists.

Anda was once a place of the wilderness: its shores were covered with hardwood trees and mangroves. During the early part of its civilization, Anda was called “Quinali” because of its land formation consisting of sand, gravel, and corals that piled layer after layer amassed by sea waves. Many of its residents settled near the shore to engage in fishing and farming.

 

How to get there

Anda sits in the eastern tip of Bohol Island and is about 100 kilometers away from Tagbilaran City. To get there, you can take a tricycle in Tagbilaran City to the Dao Terminal. From there, board a bus bound for Anda. You can also ride a private car straight to the beach or join a tour package for a more convenient trip. 

 

Best time to visit

The beach is open to travelers every day of the year. Its recommended that you visit between the months of December and April when there are fewer chances of rain in the Philippines. If you would like to avoid the heat, you should head there before noon or during the late afternoon.

Frequently asked questions

Are there resorts where I can spend the night in Anda?

Yes, there are accommodations within the town.

What attractions can I reach from Anda?

Aside from Quinale Beach, tourists visiting Poblacion can also explore some of its historical sites such as the Santo Niño Church, the Bell Tower, and the Christ the King Landmark also known as “Kristori”.