The most popular beach in Boracay, White beach is 4 kilometers long, and covers over half of the West side of Boracay. It is up to 100 metres wide in places.
This is a small beach, just 200 metres long and north of White Beach.
Puka Shell Beach
Puka Shell Beach, at 800 metres long, is the second longest beach on the island, and is almost at the northern tip of Boracay.
Balinghai Beach is a very small beach hidden away between the rocky walls. Very quiet most of the time.
Cagban Beach is also a quiet beach and is situated at the very South of the island, on the Western tip.
Bulabog Beach is on the opposite side of the island to White Beach, but only a 15 minute walk across the island. This area is very popular for windsurfering, kiteboarding and parasailing.
Punta Bunga Beach
Punta Bunga Beach is a bit further north of Balinghai Beach, almost at the tip of the Western Coast line.
Banyugan Beach, north of Punta Bunga Beach is another secluded small area of white sand.
Ilig Iligan Beach is at the North East of Boracay Island and is popular for tours to the Bat Caves, about a 30 minute walk inland from the beach.
Manoc Manoc encompasses the South of Boracay Island, looking out to Caticlan on Panay Island. inds and currents -up to 6 knots- in the channel.
Tulubhan Beach is South of Bulabog Beach, and is relatively and has many small coves. It is on the Northern part of the South section of the Island
Tambisaan Beach is a short walk away from Tulubhan Beach.
Lapuz Lapuz Beach
Lapuz Lapuz Beach is on the Eastern side of the Island, and is at the south end of Ilig Iligan Beach, before the coast runs down to Bulabag beach.
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