Monday, July 8, 2019

Beach in Goa | must visit beach in Goa 2019 | popular beach in Goa.

Below mentioned are the famous beach of Goa. and detail of the beach at Goa, Goa is famous for sea beach. here is a list of Goa all famous beach.

  • Agonda beach

  • Agonda is a large village located in Canacona in South Goa district, India. Agonda is famous for its beach and It is one of the only four beaches designated as turtle nesting sites under the Coastal Regulation Zone 2011 notification. There is one more beach on the other side of Agonda cliff called Cola beach which has an adjoining lagoon.
    Agonda Beach is a public beach located in Agonda village in Goa, India, about 9.2 kilometers north of Palolem Beach in South Goa district, and about an hour from Margao.
    During September, the beach serves as a nesting ground for olive ridley sea turtles.
    In 2016 it was ranked on TripAdvisor's "Travelers Choice" as fourth in Asia by Tripadvisor 2016 and first in India.

    • Cavelossim Beach

    Cavelossim beach is known for its contrasting black rocks and white sand. It is ranked 19th in Asia by Tripadvisor 2016 and 5th in India Cavelossim Beach is located at 15 km south of Margao, the district headquarters of South Goa. Other neighboring beaches include Carmona Beach to the north and Mobar Beach to the south. Cavelossim Beach is a beach with white sand and black lava rocks. The beach lies in between the river Sal along the east and the Arabian sea to its west. Being a peaceful beach, Cavelossim attracts a lot of tourists. Besides relaxing or swimming on the beach one can also go for dolphin sighting boat trips in the sea.

    • Mandrem Beach

    Upmarket Mandrem is known for its 2 quiet beaches, home to tucked-away cafes, yoga retreats, and resort hotels. Mandrem Beach offers high-end accommodation in a secluded setting, while indie boutiques at Ashwem Beach sell designer fashion and jewelry. Both beaches have casual shacks serving seafood and western fare, while a handful of high-end spots on Mandrem Beach also offer Italian, French, and global cuisine.

    • Benaulim Beach

    Benaulim has two beaches: Benaulim beach, which is the main beach, and Sernabatim beach. Benaulim beach is popular among the locals and tourists alike. Apart from sunbathing and swimming, there are also options for parasailing, jet skiing, boat riding, and windsurfing.
    Benaulim's main market is located near Maria Hall, a community center, where most accommodation, restaurants, grocers and chemists are concentrated.

    • Candolim Beach

    Candolim lies 15 kilometers from Panjim, the Goan capital, in northern Goa. Beginning at Fort Aguada and merging with Calangute Beach towards the end, it is one of the longest beaches in the state. The beach in itself is very calm, at times tourists come here from Rajneesh Ashram in Pune to take a break.
    The main Candolim-Calangute Road is packed with shops and restaurants, but the beachfront is free of any commercial activity apart from some water activities. The area around the beach can be termed as resort free as there aren't any resorts there. However, the beach has quite many inns.
    A feature about the Candolim Beach was the ship River Princess, which had been stuck at the shores of the beach since 2000 but has since been removed.

    • Varca Beach

    Located about 2 kilometers from Benaulim, the Varca Beach is one of the most beautiful and exotic beaches in Goa that is popular for its quiet, calm and almost entirely hawker-free environment.
    One who is looking forward to a tranquil and romantic holiday in Goa, far from the clamor of the tourists even during the peak season, the Varca Beach in Goa is a perfect pick. It also offers a utopian nature for people who seek for meditation and yoga.
    Down the shore, amidst the whispering palm grove, the Varca Beach is dotted with exotic spa resorts where one can spend some idealistic and rejuvenating moments. Furthermore, Varca beach possesses an excellent network of transportation. Tourists willing to reach the beach through airways can reach Dabolim Airport and take road transport thereafter. The nearest railway station to Varca is Margao. The best time to visit Varca Beach is between November and March.

    • Arambol Beach

    Arambol beach is 50 km from Panaji and is a unique beach in the North Goa. The beach is both rocky as well as sandy. It is the 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 walk-able distance. Arambol beach in Goa, India, can be a sheer delight if a person is looking for just the sea, himself and tranquility. Arambol Beach is a traditional fisherman village, located approximately a one hour drive from the Dabolim Airport.
    The beach attracts many international tourists, mainly during the winter season between November and March. Arambol has a distinct bohemian feel which is no longer found in other areas, such as Calangute and this inevitably attracts many alternative travelers.

    • Palolem Beach

    Palolem Beach is a stretch of white sand on a bay in Goa, South India. It's known for its calm waters and for its nightlife, including "silent discos" where party-goers wear headphones. Lined with palm trees and colorful wooden shacks, the beach faces Canacona Island, known for its resident monkeys. To the south, turtles nest at Galgibaga Beach. Inland, Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is home to birds, wild boars, and gaur.

    • Colva Beach

    Colva beach stretches for around 2.4 km, part of a beach consisting of about 25 km of powder white sand, lined along its shore by coconut palms, and extending as far as Bogmalo Beach to the north and Cabo de Rama Beach to the South Goa's coastline. Colva is now a famous tourist destination, enjoyed for its beach. The tourist industry is well developed with many budget hotels, guest houses, beach shacks, food stalls, small restaurants and pubs, and bars, although these developments haven't extended in any large degree to the nightlife. The beaches are constantly monitored by lifeguards and the swimming areas flagged with colored flags accordingly. Being one of the famous beaches of Goa, this beach is highly crowded most of the time of the year. With a majority of its visitors being domestic Indian visitors this beach is mostly neglected by foreigners.

    • Chapora Beach

    Chapora Beach is a coastal village at Chapora River estuary lying alongside a beach stretch in North Goa that is around 10 km. from Mapusa, a City in Northern Goa. It is close to Chapora Fort, an old Portuguese fort. Chapora is also close to a trawler-fishing jetty. Chapora is home to many cheapest travel accommodation houses found in entire Northern Goa. There is a famous Ganesha fruit juice center in Chapora selling organic juices and gathering people from around.

    • Utorda Beach

    Among the great variety of exotic beaches, which South Goa is gifted with, Utorda Beach can be considered to be one of the most amazing and beautiful beaches in the whole region. It is bordered with two other famous beach resorts – Majorda in the south and Arossim in the north.
    Utorda beach lies to the north of the famous Majorda beach. The beach is palm-lined with a wide strip of white sands sloping gently into the Arabian sea. There are a few sand dunes on the beach. Utorda beach is located at a distance of about 10 km. from Margao. Although Utorda is not as famous as it's neighbors, it is a great beach to swim and bathe and is pretty popular amongst tourists.

    • Vagator Beach

    Vagator Beach has dramatic red cliffs looking down on the shore and two freshwater springs within a stone's throw of the sea. But Vagator has little by way of seaside accommodation.
    Vagator Beach is split into two main beaches by a seaside headland which holds the car park and lots of stalls selling trinkets, clothes, soft drinks and snacks. As you face the sea, on your right is North Vagator Beach and on your left Ozran Beach, more commonly known as Little Vagator Beach.
    Vagator is a little more laid back, though still pretty much steeped in the rave culture. The tourist traffic is predominantly Western backpackers, however, it has also become popular with Indian tourists, who particularly come to watch the sunset from the rocks. The sunset through rocks is breathtaking from Vagator Beach.
    Many places are playing to a dance & trance crowd during the tourist season. These include Nine Bar located just above Little Vagator, Hilltop and Primrose back towards Big Vagator beach, they play different types of trance and psychedelic music from different DJ's from around the world. Disco Valley of Vagator Beach is a place that used to be the place for Goan trance parties starting from the very early 1990s.

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