Alona Beach is known as the “quiet side” of Panglao Island. It is a small island known for its world-class diving and beautiful beaches.
Alona Beach is located in Panglao Island which is 20 minutes from the main island of Bohol. It is said that the island’s name is from a local word “mapanglao” meaning “lonesome place” given by the Spaniards who came here in 1803.
Like other beaches in Bohol, Alona Beach has white powdery sands and turquoise waters. There are a lot of tourists here because the whole beach is lined with resorts from cheap to the very expensive. We decided to stay in an air-conditioned cottage with a very homey atmosphere.
Do you love the beach, sun, and want to have a relaxing vacation? Visit Bohol especially Panglao Island and enjoy everything it has to offer.
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