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Monday, 1 October 2012

Top 6 Goa Beaches That You Should Visit

Top 6 Goa Beaches That You Should Visit

Goa has so many beautiful beaches and we explored them all to make a list of the best 6 beaches in Goa.

Top 6 Beaches in Goa

White sands and clear waters are synonyms of Goa, which is also known as the 'land of beaches' or even better, the 'oriental pearl'. Live shells, clean and natural water and fresh unpolluted air make Goa one of the most popular beach holiday destinations in the world. Some of the popular and frequently visited Goan beaches are
  • Colva Beach
Colva Beach
This beach is more popular among the Indian tourists and it is extremely crowded on the weekends. People coming by road to Goa, often visit this beach for weekend fun and frolic. People coming for pilgrimage to Goa often visit the Colva church and that makes their visit to Colva beach quite obvious. The food stalls, restaurants and bars provide tasty sea food along with other vegetarian Goan food. Beautiful sunrise at the horizon, a relaxed day on the beach, a walk in the clear sands watching one's own footprints with every step, a romantic dinner on the sea side or a wild party with friends on the beach... Goan beaches are a must visit for all.
  • Baga Beach
Anjuna Beach
This beach is a better option for those looking for peace and quiet surroundings. It is situated between two very famous beaches, Anjuna and Calungate. Whether you want to go for a peaceful walk, or fishing or just sit and enjoy the big waves crashing against the black rocks, Baga beach is where you would want to be.
  • Calungate Beach
Calungate Beach
Approximately 15 kilometers away from Panaji, the Calungate beach is the most popular beach of Goa. A number of hotels and resorts are available at this beach and the view of Arabian sea from there is nothing less than amazing. The swaying palm trees, chilled beer and fried prawns and jewelry made from sea shells attract tourists from all across the globe. The nightlife at this beach is not as loud and lively as that at Anjuna beach and a number of bars close by 10 pm. One can also visit the St. Alex Church when visiting the Calungute beach as both these places are situated close to each other.

  • Morjim Beach
Anjuna Beach
Situated in northern Goa, Morjim village is a house to the endangered Olive ridley sea turtle and a number of birds. A number of Russian expatriates live in this area and thats why this beach is also known as 'Little Russia'. People interested in kitesurfing also come to this beach as the sea is shallow and the beach is very wide in this region. Apart from the traditional Goan cuisine, a lot of restaurants also serve the Russian cuisine on the Morjim beach.
  • Arambol Beach
Arambol Beach
At one point of time Arambol was a small fishing village and is now the new paradise for hippies. It is also gaining popularity because of the various alternative therapies such as yoga, reiki, meditation and chi available there. Tourists also go to Arambol beach to enjoy water sports and to go on trips to see dolphins. The jam sessions and lovely music make the nightlife of Arambol beach entertaining, yet relaxed.
  • Anjuna Beach
Anjuna Beach
Anjuna is a small village located in northern Goa and it is also known as the freek capital of Goa. The trance parties full of music and dance all night, the hippie culture from mixing the eastern and western music, and the Wednesday flea market make the Anjuna beach a hot favorite spot for all the tourists. It is more popular among the younger generations who want to party all night at the sea shore.

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