Quinale Beach, one of Bohol’s hidden white beaches, is a completely free destination waiting to be discovered.
Walking along the long stretch of Quinale Beach will give anyone one realization: that the white sand has an almost-powdery texture that can rival even that of Boracay’s popular beach. The seabed that can be seen through the clear, clean, gentle waters of Quinale Beach shows no trace of either rock nor seaweed, making even the most reluctant swimmer want to jump in the waters in an instant. At the same time, the beach’s panoramic view, coupled with the town’s quaintness and calming atmosphere, is perfect for those who want uninterrupted peace and relaxation.
Quinale Beach is located in Anda, Bohol.
Opening Days and Hours
The beach is open daily, 24 hours a day.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Quinale Beach charges no entrance fee.
How to Get There
- Fly from Manila to Tagbilaran via Philippine Airlines or Cebu Pacific.
- Proceed to Dao Terminal in Tagbilaran.
- Board a bus to Anda, Bohol (05:00, 12:30, 14:30), travel time is around 3-hours.
- Solo Travelers/Backpackers
Time to Spend
You can choose to spend the whole day in this place.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
You can opt to visit during the weekdays, as the beach tends to get crowded during weekends.
Little canteens and eateries that serve fresh seafood and other Filipino dishes are open in the area. Prices range from USD 4 to 6.
- Anda Falls
- Inday Potenciana
- Anda Church
Other beach resorts like Amun Ini Beach Resort and Spa, Anda White Beach Resorts, Flower Beach Diving Resort offer accommodations at rates ranging from USD 25 to 35 per night.