A tropical island to the west of the provincial capital city of Tagbilaran (joined by two bridges) popular with tourists for its sandy beaches and clear blue waters which are superb for a range of water activities such as scuba diving and snorkeling. In particular, Alona Beach is a 1.5-kilometer stretch of sand famous within Bohol for its white beaches and rocky cliffs.

Another well-known spot is Hinagdanan Cave with its large natural formations and holes above. Originally discovered by a farmer clearing his land, the cave is now a popular spot for sightseeing and swimming and a number of souvenir shops have opened in the area.

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