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Quezon Province has the longest coastline of all the provinces in the Philippines. Because of this, there are several wonderful Quezon Province beaches where you can enjoy a day of swimming or picnicing with your family. Here are a few beach recommendations for your Quezon Province visit.
Pamplona Beach, located in the town of General Nakar, Quezon, is roughly three kilometers long, and covered with gray sand. There is a prominent rock formation at one end of the shoreline, where you will find a clear, cold-water spring several degrees colder than the surrounding sea water. Pamplona Beach is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic during summer, especially when you want to cool off.
Lamon bay is situated on the northern coast of Quezon, and is bounded by the towns of Gumaca, Plaridel, Atimonan, Calauag and Lopez. This body of water, which opens up into the Pacific Ocean, boasts a wide variety of fish, sea creatures and coral reefs for you to enjoy. The sands along its shoreline are fine, smooth and grayish in color. During low tide, one can walk five meters away from the original shoreline and be able to see and touch the coral reefs. The part of Lamon Bay near Gumaca and Plaridel is the best place to swim, but if you want to see more marine life such as coral, head over to the Lopez area of Lamon Bay.
Puting Buhangin Beach
Puting Buhangin Beach is part of the Pagbilao Grande Island. One of the few white sand beaches in Quezon province, this beach is a popular summer get-away for locals and tourists alike. Puting Buhangin Beach covers over 70 meters of shoreline, and with its clear, calm waters, it is perfect for a relaxing picnic.
Talabaan Islands comprises two different islands located in Padre Burgos, Quezon. The bigger island, Malaking Talabaan, and is a popular jump-off point from which you can explore the beaches of neighboring towns. Maliit na Talabaan is the smaller island. When visiting Maliit na Talabaan, look for a protruding rock formation that looks as if it were arranged or filed into shaped by human hands.
Anilon Island is situated in Burdeos, Quezon. It is a 15-hectare island complete with white sand beaches, islets and small caves. During low tide you can see the sand dunes forming long stretches of sand bridges and islets. Remember to take your digital camera along with you, as this place is breathtakingly picturesque.