Here you go 🙂 The beach at Bellarocca.
The water is pristine and crystal clear. You can see fishes from the dock.
Marinduque does not have the white and super fine sandy beaches of Boracay. Its beach is filled with puka shells and other tiny shells. The beach is just a short strip of white stones and any attempts to build sand castles will fail because well, there’s no sand haha 😀 It’s best to bring your aqua socks or if you don’t you can borrow from the water sports center.I didn’t actually have to ask for my aquasocks, the kind manong just eyeballed my feet and brought me my own pair.
Our aquasocked feet
The resort has cleaned up the beach and has actually added more shells and sand. Be careful when wading in the water as aside from some sea urchins, some parts of the shallow water suddenly become deep. Just ask for a life vest they’re readily available anyway 🙂
Some watersports activities are free. The DWs went on a kayak trip with a manong paddling for them. Couples who venture out on a kayak are always followed by the lifeguard on a kayak too. Windsurfing lessons are also free.
The Bellarocca beach has its limitations but we still spent a full day on it. The water sports kept my other siblings busy. DW well…he was just busy 🙂
I command you to part!!
Next up! The Pools and the Food!!