Goa Beach IndiaCome and explore the sun-kissed lovely beaches of Goa, India. The land of Sun, Sand and Sea - Goa is famous as one of the most popular beach destinations in all over the world. Goa is considered as the Beach Capital of India. If you are beach lovers don’t miss to explore Goa, India. All in all Goa's 100-km long coastline gives an enthusiastic beach lover an opportunity to discover new secluded beach sites every day.
Anjuna Beach: The Anjuna Beach of Goa, India is the first beach stop over in Goa, India. It is famous for its Flea Market. Flea Market is held on every Friday. The most attention-grabbing thing of Anjuna Beach is Rave or Trans Parties. Rave Parties are full moon parties celebrated on the Anjuna Beach among fluorescent painted palm trees. Anjuna Beach is just west of Mapusa.
Baga Beach: Do you want to a little remoteness and to watch spectacular view of sun go down? You must visit to Baga Beach. Baga Beach is just 10 km from Mapusa.
Baga Beach is basically an extension of Calangute Beach. It is difficult task to find where the Calangute Beach ends and Baga Beach starts. Even locals are unable to say about this.
Dona Paula: Dona Paula Beach is also a famous beach of Goa. It is where two famous rivers of Goa meet the Arabian Sea. Dona Paula is located at the distance of 7 km from Panaji, the capital of Goa, India. Very interesting story is associated with Doan Paula Beach. Dona Paula de Menzes, the daughter of viceroy in colonial India fell in love of a local fisherman, Gaspar Dias. Both loved each other too much and wanted to marry. When Dona asked permission for marry to Gaspar, her father refused. Then she threw herself off the sea cliff. Since then the beach is known as Dona Paula Beach. Today, the beach is draws the attentions of tourists from all over the world. It is the excellent spot for picnic, sunbath, and water sports. It also offers opportunity to purchase cheap seaside goods from local sellers and vendors. The beach is also popular as location for Indian Film suiting.
Calangute Beach: Calangute Beach of Goa is also popularly known s the ‘Queen of Beaches’. It is the Goa’s busiest and most commercialized beach resort. It enjoys exceptional beauty. When you will explore Calangute beach you will a mesmerizing vista under the shade of palm trees on the beach. Tourists and honeymooners from all around the world come here to enjoy the fascination and beauty of this beach. The beach was discovered by hippies in late 60s. The beach is perfect to enjoy the sun, sand, sand and nature. The beach also offers a glorious opportunity to purchase trinkets made of seashells, beer, fried prawns and other seaside items, form local seller who have given their stalls under the shade of palm trees.
Benaulim Beach: Laid in the centre of Colva Beach in Goa is very quiet beach. It is situated at the distance of 7 km from west of Margao. The beach is famous for fishing and various sea foods. Furthermore, the beach is also an idyllic spot for safe swimming. In evening or on the weekends the beach serves a large gathering of tourists or locals.
Cavelossim Beach: While in Goa, don’t miss to explore Cavelossim Beach, Goa’s one of the most famous tourist destination. Located between the Sal River and the Arabian Sea, Cavelossim beach is the most beautiful beach in South Goa. Natural surroundings, soft sands, and nearby paddy fields create an amazing and mesmerizing ambience for tourists. The beach is perfect destination for sun bathing, nature enjoying, sunset cruise, shopping and Dolphin trips.
Chapora Beach & Vagator Beach: If you want to spend your holiday in Goa on less crowded beach then these beaches will be worth enjoying. These beaches are located at the distance of 10 km from Mapusa. The beaches offer a mesmerizing beauty to watch which can be seen in their talcum powdered white sands, breathtaking greens, black lava rocks, swaying palm trees, etc. Here you will have opportunity to visit Chapora Fort.
Candolim Beach: Candolim Beach is a less crowded beach of Goa. The beach offers various activities to enjoy, such as; fishing, water-skiing, parasailing, etc. The beach offers a mesmerizing sunset view. Here you will have also opportunity to see Aguada Fort.
Bogmalo Beach: Bogmalo beach is one of the most popular beaches of Goa, India. Initially, the beach was a fishing village. Bogmalo beach in Goa offers the perfect blend of natural beauty, tranquility, and commercialism. The beach is the perfect spot for enjoying picnic, swimming. There are many eating joints and shopping stalls to serve tourists.
Miramar Beach: This beach is also a worth exploring beach of Goa. The beach is located on the way to Dona Paula. The beach is located at the distance of 3 km form Panaji, the capital of Goa, India. The beach is also known as Gaspar Dias.
Pololem Beach: Pololem Beach is one of the most popular beaches of Goa. The beach is dotted with coconut palm trees and creates photogenic vista. There are several beautiful huts on the beach who offers accommodation facilities.
Varca Beach: Dotted with palm trees the Varca Beach is one of popular beaches of Goa, India. The beach is ideal for picnic, fishing, and water sports.
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