The Beaches of Goa are no
doubt the best among the Beaches in India.
Just Scroll down to know more about the umpteen
choices available in Goa to enjoy the Goa
Beaches. The fact is beyond doubt that the
Beaches of Goa are paradise on earth in real
sense. Know more about some of the famous
beaches in Goa.
18 kms from Panaji and is a popular
beach adjacent to Chapora Fort. Anjum
beach is popular with the young generation.
No Doubt, Beach Anjuna is one of the
best beach in Goa. Nearby Anjuna beach
there is magnificent Albuquerque Mansion
built in 1920 that is flanked by octagonal
towers and attractive Mangalore tiled
roofs. This is also known as 'Goa Freak
capital of the World'.
50 kms from Panaji and is a unique beach
in the North Goa. The beach is rocky
and sandy and at the same time much
sought after. It is 16-km-long sea beach.
Arambol Beach has a sweet water pond
right on the shore. The beach has adequate
body surfing and there are several attractive
bays at walking distance. Arambol beach
in Goa, India, can be a sheer delight
if a person is looking for just the
sea, himself and tranquility.
Beach is a small yet perfect beach located
between its two equally famous cousins,
Colva on one side and Calangute on the
other. It is a serene place to enjoy
some private moments if you don't like
the hustle and bustle of Colva or Calangute
beaches. The beach is ideal for fishing
with international tourists marinating
in the sun and domestic visitors paddling
the boat. The beach mesmerizes the tourists
with its brown sand and palm groves
which come fairly close to the water's
edge. On one side of beach is the Baga
River offering a pleasant diversion
for children and water lovers. The meeting
point of the river and the sea is bordered
by a group of black rocks against which
the sea crashes
in dramatic explosions of spray.
the Oberoi's manage the restaurant of
Trade Wings. The building stands right
on the seashore. As the waves lash the
parapets of the open-air restaurant,
the drone of the restless Arabian Sea
lulls to sleep even the most insomniac.
Beyond are mysterious little islands,
shipwrecks in the silt and, plenty of
pleasant eateries around the hotel,
each one of them claiming to be Osibisa's
is a quiet and pleasant beach lying
at the end of Colva beach. The Benaulim
beach is still undiscovered by the domestic
tourists which further adds to its charm.
Being a fishing beach, it gets fairly
crowded in the evenings and on weekends.
The Church of St John the Baptist is
situated on a hill beyond the village
and is worth a visit. On the arrival
of the monsoon, Feast of St John the
Baptist (Sao Joao) is celebrated as
a thanksgiving on the beach. Young men
wearing crowns of leaves and fruits
tour the area singing for gifts.
is the best beach if you want solitary
moments from the hustle and bustle of
Aguada beach though not offering too
much of facilities. There is delicious
and quality food complemented by long
and straight beach backed by scrub-covered
dunes with little shelter.
white sands, the black lava rocks, beaches
south of Benaulim where you explore
the Cavelossim Beach. This beach is
more clean and quiet than most of the
famous beaches of Goa. There are numerous
beach shacks offering a variety of Goan
dishes and seafood at reliable rates.
There are several food joints around
Dona Sylvia where you can get entire
package of good food, liquor and beverages,
nice service, and a pleasant service
at quite reasonable rates. In addition
to it, there are facilities for Dolphin
watching at Betty's Place as well as
boat trips for Dolphin watching at River