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Tingko Beach

Triple B Road | Pasol, Alcoy, Philippines
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White Sand Beach!

White Sand Beach in Alcoy, Cebu. The White Sand beach here will really take your breath away.. Best... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
markus anthoniu... b
White sand

Went to Antig tingko beach 2, known for it's white sand. There is also a mini sand bar, you have to... read more

Reviewed 22 March 2017
Ann Karen C
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Cebu City, Philippines
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Triple B Road | Pasol, Alcoy, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

White Sand Beach in Alcoy, Cebu. The White Sand beach here will really take your breath away.. Best Placed to Chill out with your family...

1  Thank markus anthoniu... b
Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

Went to Antig tingko beach 2, known for it's white sand. There is also a mini sand bar, you have to pay 50 for the boat ride. I love the beach but the place lacks maintenance. There is no garbage bin and if you go...More

4  Thank Ann Karen C
Reviewed 23 February 2017

The shoreline is free but cottages and rooms where for rent. You can visit Edward's Place as they offer 1800 room price and can house 8 persons. Just a minute walk from the beach.

4  Thank JRhecel
Reviewed 16 February 2017

This is not a tourist spots nor very well known. It is mainly use for local people it quiet and relaxing during weekdays and it can be too crowded during weekends hence its only a small place. I admire the place yet still underdeveloped Beach...More

1  Thank sstaley
Reviewed 15 February 2017

If you don't mind crowded beaches and enjoy simple gatherings, then this beach might be good for you. You can bring your own food and they are pet friendly. The beach is quite nice.

2  Thank Ben Q
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Affordable beach with natural white sand. We were there for a day trip and only stayed until 6pm. The kids enjoyed the sand most. The water is clear and cool. We'd love to visit again and bring a tent.

Thank Chiiiril
Reviewed 26 January 2017

Tingko Beach is in a fairly protected area and has attractive sand. I paid P20 to enter, but could not find corals at which to snorkel. It had few beachgoers on a Thursday but the weekend may be much busier. Frequent Ceres Liner buses on...More

Thank Victorianlad
Reviewed 22 January 2017

Tingko Beach is a public beach situated in a cove. There's no entrance fee contrary to what others have claimed. However, if you use the wrong entrance, then you'll certainly have to pay a minimal amount of P20 or so as you're using a private...More

1  Thank Giorgio O
Reviewed 15 January 2017

Quiet beach, we were pretty much the only ones both times we went there during the Christmas holidays, but due to overfishing there isn't anything left of the reefs. A few starfish and a few fish, but that's about it.

Thank KevSal1812
Reviewed 13 December 2016

this was the best thing we did! The beach is small but the moment we reached, we hired a boat at a good deal of 500 Pesos per hour and ended up spending 3 hours in the sea. We had a good swim at a...More

1  Thank rajk96
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Allona B
7 April 2017|
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Response from Giorgio O | Reviewed this property |
Actually, Tingko Beach is a public beach.You can go there for free. However, if you use the entry by a private property located to the north, then you'll be asked to pay P20. Use either the narrow path beside the perimeter... More
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Erika R
2 April 2017|
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Response from Giorgio O | Reviewed this property |
Tingko Beach is a public beach, thus no entrance fee collected. If you wrongfully use the entrance of a private property, which is at the north, then you'll be asked to pay P20. Use the entrypoint at either the southernmost... More
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Victorianlad
26 December 2016|
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Response from Giorgio O | Reviewed this property |
Snorkeling spot is in Mabad-on Reef, a barrier reef just a few meters offshore across a deep but small lagoon. It's a protected area and you'd be assured of a worthwhile snorkeling time. There are dive centers near there and... More
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