7 Best Beaches in Quezon Province in 2019

7 Best Beaches in Quezon Province
The Quezon Province in the Philippines has a lot to offer, especially for those who love beaches and the ones who are seeking a quick getaway. The province has the most stunning, unexplored, and untouched white sand beaches, leaving its scenic beauty to captivate you. Here are some of the best beaches in Quezon Province that you would love to visit:

Salibungot Beach

This beach is located in the remote Jomalig Island, Quezon. It is known for its Agoho pine trees along with the coastline. If you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and aiming for peace and serenity, then you must visit Salibungot beach.
To get to this beach, you can board a bus from Manila to Real that would take approximately 4 hours. After reaching Real, you can take a boat from Jomalig bound port, which would take around 5 to 6 hours to reach Jomalig island.

Borawan Beach

Borawan is one of the unspoiled beaches in Padre Burgos, Quezon. It is a paradise for all beach lovers. The name of this beach was derived by combining the two most famous names of islands Boracay and Palawan.
You can easily get to this island by taking a bus from Manila to Lucena and then renting a boat from Barangay Basiao, which will take up to 15 minutes to reach the island.

Dampalitan Beach

This beach is also located in Padre Burgos, Quezon. If you are fond of bonfires and sunsets, Dampalitan beach is for you. It is also popularly known as a camper’s site, which is why many people who want to spend a night in Padre Burgos, choose to camp here.

Kabila Beach

Kabila beach is one of the most famous and beautiful pebble beaches in Alabat, Quezon. It has several unique rock formations that attract visitors from all across the world.
You can get to this beach by riding a bus from Pasay, Cubao or Quezon city Lucena. From Lucena, you go to the Antimon Port and rent a boat that will take approximately 1 hour to reach the Alabat island.

Cagbalete Island

Located in Muban, Quezon, Cagbalete’s beach is just 3 to 4 hours away from Manila. This island has a white sand beach with breathtaking sunrise and sunset views, and clear blue waters.
To reach Cagbalete island, take a bus or jeep from Lucena to Mauban. From Mauban, it’s only a 45 minutes boat ride to the island.

Puting Buhangin Beach

This beach is situated in Pagbilao, Quezon. It is a white sand beach that has a pristine and natural environment. It also boasts a cool submerged lake, where you can relax.
You can get to this beach by boarding a bus from Lucena Grand Terminal, and then taking another bus from Unisan that will drop you off at Quezon Capital Rural Bank (QCRB) in Padre Burgos. From there, you can ride a tricycle to Alpaya, where you can hire a boat to reach Puting Buhangin beach.

Kanaway Beach 

You will find Kanaway beach on the easternmost side of Jomalig Island. At this beach, you’ll see the most beautiful sunrise against the vast golden shore. The sand of the beach has natural ripple formation, which is a mesmerizing sight to witness.
Getting here can be quite challenging. First, you need to ride a bus from Manila to Infanta that will drop you off at Real (fish port in Quezon). From there, you need to get a boat to Patnanuga and then again switch a boat in the middle of the ocean that will go to Jomalig Island. Once you reach Jomalig island, you have to hire another boat to reach the stunning Kanaway beach.

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