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Beaches in Goa

Goa is one of India's special tourist places that can boast of fantastic weather, fabulous beaches, wonderful people, mouth-watering cuisine, forts.
There are beaches far from human habitation with very basic or sometimes no facility for accommodation. Then there are some with ultra modern comforts like internet cafes, massage centers, gyms, swimming pools, night clubs, etc. With such an enormous choice, one might feel confused about which one to take.

Morjim Beach: a stretch of isolated beach that lies across the Chapora River and Fort, is located in Pernem Taluka along the northern Goa coastline. This area also provides a visual treat for avian life lovers. More »

Baga - It is a secluded and pleasant beach with good recreational facilities like river cruises, water-skiing, yachting and fishing. Staying here is no problem as there are many lovely, small cottages available.

Betul - A virgin beach untouched by tourism, it provides a stretch of silvery sand, alongwith the secluded wilds. Betul offers total seclusion, and magical beaches and a wonderful view.

Anjuna Beach: Anjuna, 18 kms from Panaji is a popular beach area adjacent to Chapora fort- it was the haunt of the flower generation in the sixties - and is still popular with the younger generation. More »

Calangute Beach: Calangute is the beach to which everyone heads for the moment they land in Goa. So it is natural that it is overcrowded in both in peak and off seasons More »

Dona Paula Beach: 7 kms from Panaji. An idyllic picturesque spot. Command a fine view of the Zuari river and Mormugao Harbour. Water scootering facilities are available here. More »

Arambol Beach: Arambol Beach is 50 kms from Panaji. A unique beach in the North Goa, is both rocky and sandy beach and ... More »

Palolem Beach: It's a beach of white sand facing a blue bay between two headlands. The little wooded islands on the northern headland look interesting but as we've never ventured onto any of them we don't know what landing on them would be like. More »

Agonda Beach: If you continue driving towards Panaji from Palolem, the next beach is Agonda. It's long and lonely, fringed with palms and casuarinas and dominated by a large hill to the south. More »

Vagator Beach: This beautiful beach is located about 22 Kms from Panaji and is situated in Bardez taluka. This is part of a 30 km stretch of beach coastline along the west coast of Goa by the arabian sea that begins at Fort Aguada continues as Sinquerim beach. More »

Miramar Beach: This beautiful beach is located about 3kms from Panaji. It lies adjoining the estuary of the river Mandovi as it opens into the Arabian sea. It was originally known as the "Gasper Dias Beach". More »

Colva Beach: This is the most important beach in the south circuit equipped with all modern amenities like air-conditioned resort complexes, tourist cottages, discos, seashell artefact stalls, refreshment stalls, eateries, guest houses, expanding the village enormously. More »

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