I am assumng that you plan to stay in one of the hotels / resorts near Alona beach.
I would suggest spending a day doing the Loboc river cruise ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oj3-Gxvu0Kg ) - teh bat winds it's way through a meandering river, with lush greenery on both sides, small houses at some places, and a balsa project (shown in the video) where native people do Filipino dances like the tinikling and sing songs.
Do the trip to and from the Loboc river in a trike or van, hiring it for the day. That way, you will end up seeing quiet a few beaches and churches en route. It is easy to also visit the Tarsier sanctuary at Corella on the same day. No - this much is not at all hurried, if you leave at 9 am (you will return around 5 pm).
I am not sure how much you like the wilderness, but if you DO like it a lot, only then is it worth staying in one of the places near Loboc river (like Huts for Nuts) - as they are rather bereft of modern conveniences.
Do remember - staying inland in Bohol also means making some sacrifices - you may have brown outs (our polite Filipino way of saying black out / no electricity), enjoying the company of mosquitoes (sometimes), often enjoying creepy crawlies attracted to the warmth of your cottage (meet mister "tokku tokku" aka gecko).
Also, I have camped in a beach in the Phils Hundred islands) and stayed without electricity in Apo island (no electricity 10 pm to 5am, sparse electricity during the day). I assure you - no electricity is not as romantic as it sounds. No TV of course is good, but no fan (without good cross ventillation) is NOT. Forests get very noisy!
I am not trying to discourage you from doing the wild thing - merely informing you.