Summary: This blog shares the top 5 beaches in Siquijor. All needed details for each featured beach are laid out in the post including operating hours, entrance fee, location and information on how to get there. Moreover, this Siquijor blog is intended for DIY budget travelers, either solo, family or traveling in group.


The island of Siquijor has remained to be an off-the-beaten path due to its location despite its growing popularity these recent years which has helped keep the pristine state of its white sand beaches. Hence, when one goes out of the island, it’s a natural thing to talk about not only the mystical feeling that the island gives at night time, but as well as the bewitching sense that its best beaches bring about especially during sunset.

Sunset at Coral Cay beach resort, Solangon.


Here are 5 awesome beaches in Siquijor to enjoy not just in summer but all year round; some are free of admission and are still underdeveloped.


Paliton beach in San Juan, Siquijor
  • Description: Paliton beach is public and free of entrance fee. A lineup of fishing boats at rest by the shore with minimal seaweeds and pieces of junk are a usual scene. It is notable for being a perfect vantage point for sunset viewing and having a serene atmosphere especially during the morning and weekdays when it is less frequented by locals. Visit the beach if you are looking for a natural beauty of an unspoiled, white, powdery-to-peeble sand matched with a shallow, azure, clear waters.
  • Location: San Juan, Siquijor
  • How to Get Here:  Look for the small church at barangay Paliton and head to the road towards the sea. The beach is about 1.5 kilometers from the main road.
  • Rating: 3/5


Tubod beach in San Juan, Siquijor
The shores of Coco Grove resort.
  • Description:  Most of Tubod beach is now part of Coco Grove resort, one of the fascinating resorts of the island which gives away a perfect entertainment at sundown to its guests. The beach is well-groomed and best-kept of its pristine, white, coralline sands that makes for an excellent location for sunset viewing. To access the beach, make a reservation with Coco Grove at their website or at +63 917 314 1415, +63 939 915 5120.  You can also visit them for a day use. Entrance fee is P200.
  • Location: San Juan, Siquijor
  • How to Get Here:  The resort is by the road. Ride a public tricycle or motorbike from Siquijor port to San Juan. The beach is approximately 15 kilometers from the port and a block away from Tori’s Backpackers.
  • Rating: 3/5


At Coral Cay resort at Solangon.
  • Description:  Solangon beach is another long strip of white sand that knits together Glamping Siquijor and Coral Cay resorts. You can freely walk around the beach without having to pay any amount of entrance fee. Stay until sundown and catch a fiery glow of the sunset that only the island of Siquijor can offer.
  • Location: San Juan, Siquijor
  • How to Get Here:  The resort is also by the road, few kilometers ahead of Paliton. Ride a public tricycle or motorbike from Siquijor port to San Juan. The beach is approximately 10 kilometers from the port.
  • Rating: 3/5

(Note: The first three beaches are just next to each other in San Juan, Siquijor. You can take a public tricycle to hop from one beach to another. Fare is P8.)


Salagdoong Beach
  • Description: For most of its areas, the beach does not have the powdery quality of sand like the first three beaches, but it is equally blinding and reassuring enough to be part of the list. Salagdoong beach is popular among tourists for its cliff diving adventure. Choose either the 20-feet or the other 35-feet high cliff to jump on. Come by early in the morning to avoid the crowd. The place is small and can only accommodate a manageable number of tourists. Entrance fee is P75.
  • Location:  Maria, Siquijor
  • How to Get Here: At the main road of Maria there is a sign that points to Salagdoong beach where you will take a detour from the national highway. You will enter a man-made Molave forest where you will be met by a guard at its entrance.
  • Rating: 3/5


Kagusuan Beach
  • Description: Pebbles and sand fill its shoreline in a comfortably ivory glow – such is the beauty of Kagusuan beach. It’s another unspoiled beach in Siquijor that is beyond the ripping hands of commercialization. While here, expect nothing but a pure relaxation of a tropical paradise. Note: As of this writing, the beach is closed for non-locals for security reasons.)
  • Location: Maria, Siquijor
  • How to get there: The beach is far from the main road. The challenge is that there is no signage that will guide solo travelers to Kagusuan. The best way is to head out to Lazi town proper and hire a tricycle driver to get there.
  • Rating: 3/5


Here are the best accommodations in Siquijor which are located in San Juan.

Go fancy at Coco Grove resort and enjoy its beautiful beach and pool. Click on the photo for rate and availability.
Toris Paradise, another resort with an excellent beachfront. Click the photo for the room rate and availability.

For a glamorous camping experience, stay at Glamping Siquijor at Solangon beach in San Juan and partake on a bonfire at night with the rest of the guests. Check rate and availability here.
Kamp Aninipot
Kamp Aninipot, with a camping ground that features hobbit-inspired houses lined up on a hill overlooking Siquijor town and San Juan. Check rate and availability here to try out this one-of-a-kind experience.

For backpackers and budget travelers:

Mid-range accommodations in San Juan :


English to Cebuano (the main language in the island)

Good morning – Maayong buntag
Good afternoon – Maayong hapon
Good evening – Maayong gabii
Thank you – Salamat
Where is… – Asa ang…
How much – Tagpila


Want to know the best beaches in Cebu province? Check this link: Cebu Best Beaches.
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