Hidden Beach is a relatively-undeveloped beach located in the town of Aloguinsan. The natural white sand of the beach is one of the attractions of the place. While there are some bamboo tables, benches and cottages in the area, the beach front is free of these structures. You may see a good amount of marine life at the beach, including starfish, hermit crabs, and sea urchins, among others.
Aside from the Hidden Beach, Aloguinsan is also home to another hidden paradise, Hermit’s Cove. Hermit’s Cove also has a white sand beach similar to the Hidden Beach. The beach is managed by the local government in cooperation with the Department of Tourism. Getting to the beach itself can be an adventure since the road is a not yet paved. Once you reach the place, you have to go down stairs carved out of the rock.
Tingko Beach is a hidden paradise located in the southern town of Alcoy. The clear blue waters of the beach entice both residents and visitors of the town. The white sand beach itself is nearly two kilometers long, and is lined with limestone cliffs and coconut trees.
Hidden beaches in Cebu are not limited to the south since the northwestern part of Cebu also has its own hidden paradise, Maravilla Beach. Maravilla Beach is a public beach that has attracted the attention of local and foreign tourists. The white sand beach and crystal clear waters are rather enticing to anyone who gets to visit the place. The barangay maintains the place and provides security to visitors.
Another beach that has consistently figured in a number of lists of the best beaches in Cebu is Basdaku in Moalboal. Even as Moalboal is famous for its dive sites, the town also has a beach that is popular among residents and visitors of the town. Basdaku or White Beach is a long stretch of white sand close to the jump off point of divers in the town.