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Goa Beaches

Goa is very much similar geographically to the neighboring states of Maharashtra and Karnataka. Travel to Goa, to explore the mystical charisma of the exotic abode. It is a promise that a trip to Goa will add some golden moments in your memorabilia.

Situated around 1200 km south of Tropic of Cancer, the climate of Goa is more or less temperate, except during the monsoon. It lasts in the months of June to September. Weather of Goa is pleasant and sunny because the state lies on the western coast of Konkan. There is not sharp fluctuation in the temperature here as there is no clear demarcation among all the seasons except monsoon.

Splendid beauty of silvery beaches and cool breezes makes Goa, an ideal weekend getaway in Western India. Tourists from nearby cities loves to visit Goa for a fabulous beach vacation and electrifying parties.
Goa Beaches is an endearing abode of scenic charm and all the beaches of Goa are a paradise, squeezed between the seas and the lush forested hills.

Goan Beaches are cleft as North Goa Beaches, Central Goa Beaches and South Goa Beaches offering glistening sands, swaying coconut palms, and ultra fresh seafood. Your Tours to Goa will involve exploring sensuous Goa beaches and historical Goa forts that have kept the legacy of Portuguese alive.

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North Goa Beaches

Arambol Beach (Harmal Beach):

Arambol Beach of Goa is both a rocky and a sandy beach and has a sweet water pond right on the shore.  This Goa Beach is one of the most exotic and secluded beach in Goa. One of the exclusive features of Arambol beach is that it is isolated and unspoiled though it is every tourist's dream beach and is often visited  More ...

Mandrem Beach:

This Beach of Goa is an isolated beach with vast stretches of sand with very little shade. Mandrem beach of Goa has the most captivating beach location which offers romantic settings and perfect privacy of the Goa beach. The relentless waves, crystal clear water and clean and silvery beach sand make the Mandrem beach a paradise on earth More ...

Ashwem Beach:

Ashwem Beach of Goa is an isolated beach in Goa where one can see vast stretches of sands usually silver, occasionally dusted Golden only interrupted from time to time by inlets, estuaries or headland. The wind-touch, white sandy stretch adds to the beach's charm. The beautiful beach of Goa without the bane of commercialization is a haven for tourists. Ashwem beach has its own idyllic charm and character and is quite appealing, as it is a very quiet and clean place. More ...

Morjim Beach (Morgi Beach):

Morjim beach of Goa is an isolated beach which opens up its colors right from the time one has its first sight from Anjuna. The Goa beach is situated near the mouth of Chapora River, which joins the Arabian Sea. This Goa beach is natural and bereft of any commercialization. It can be viewed from Fort Chapora as a beach that has stretches of empty sand with a lot of palms and casuarinas trees in the background More ...

Vagator Beach:

Vagator Beach of Goa has become a hot favorite tourist destination among the tourists with stretches of soft white sands, doted with black rocks, swaying coconut palms, and a scenic view of the Arabian Sea. Vagator Beach of Goa is split into two by seaside headland, to the north is Big Vagator Beach and towards the south is Ozrant Beach or Little Vagator Beach. This Goa Beach is dominated by the red ramparts of Chapora Fort, Vagator's white sandy beach of Goa is undeniably one of the best beaches of the world More ...

Anjuna Beach:

Anjuna beach of Goa is one of the most popular beaches in Goa. This beach of Goa has an unusual arrangement of red laterite rocks, spread across the white sands, known as the Jewel of Anjuna. The beauty of the white waves rushing to embrace the pale golden sand on the beach can be witnessed in full form at Anjuna beach. This Goa Beach is a small village in north Goa, on the shores of the Arabian Sea. Anjuna Beach is popularly known as the freak capital of the world. More ...

Baga Beach:

Baga Beach of Goa is an exotic beach along the coastline of Goa flanked by the emerald waters of the Arabian Sea. This beach of Goa offers the tourist scenic, unspoiled and pleasant environment. Baga Beach is admired for its lapping white waves, pleasant romantic winds and the swaying palm trees. Baga Beach is part of a 30-km stretch of beach coastline along the west coast of Goa by the Arabian Sea beginning at Fort Aguada as Sinquerim beach and finally ending at Keri Beach.  The most exciting feature of Baga Beach is its lively and vibrant nightlife More ...

Calangute Beach:

Calangute beach of Goa symbolise Goa's reputation as a haven for beach and coastal splendor. This Beach of Goa is also called the 'Queen of Beaches' for its sheer beauty which cannot be found elsewhere in Goa. Calangute Beach seems to be a distortion of the local vernacular word-'Koli-gutti', which means land of fishermen. Some people connect it with Kalyangutti (village of art) or Konvallo-ghott (strong pit of the coconut tree) because the village is full of coconut trees More ...

Candolim Beach:

Candolim Beach of Goa is yet another popular beach haven in North Goa, located to the south of Calangute. Candolim Beach stretches for 07 kms and is a part of 30 kms long stretch beach coastline along the Arabian Sea starting from Aguada and ending at Keri Beach. Candolim Beach is long and straight and is quite peaceful than other beaches of Goa. This sandy stretch runs into Calangute Beach, and is backed by scrub-covered dunes, which is very popular with tourists. More ...

Sinquerim Beach:

Sinquerim Beach of Goa is one of the most gorgeous Goa beaches. The beach flaunts tranquil and spectacular stretch of sand and an ideal place for swimming. The tourists descend upon the beach for its pristine and peaceful setting & clean white sand. The Sinquerim beach lies adjacent to Fort Aguada  which is undoubtedly the most important and well-preserved Portuguese coastal fort. The fort is the also the most popular historical destination in state. This Goa Beach lies at the southern end of a very long stretch of beach that extends up to the mouth of the Baga River More ...

Coco Beach : .

Coco Beach is basically a fishing village which is situated amongst large number of palm trees at the mouth of the Nerul River on the Mandovi Estuary, which lies directly opposite to Panaji City. Further down the estuary there are two small beaches of Quedevelim and the Reis Magos Church and Reis Magos Fort. Coco Beach is a very quite beach which is mostly frequented by Goan families for picnics as well as a lot of foreign tourists. Coco beach has gained prominence in recent years with its exquisite location at the amalgamation of the Nerul River with the Arabian Sea. The beauty of the settings is further accentuated by the verdant greenery which surrounds the Coco beach right from the village. More ...

Central Goa
Miramar Beach:

Miramar Beach of Goa is the nearest beach from the capital of the Goa, Panaji. This Goa Beach also known as Gaspar Dias is a 02 kms long coast which boast of lovely golden beach of soft sand griddled with palm trees facing the blue Arabian Sea, where River Mandovi meets the Arabian Sea and a thick grove of shady palms form a dense canopy over the area. From Miramar Beach, one can have a panoramic view of the Aguada fort just across the Mandovi River More ...

Dona Paula Beach:

This beach of Goa is referred to as Lovers Paradise due to a myth that has been attached to this place and happens to be one of the most popular beaches of Goa. This beach has also been the location for many Indian movies. Dona Paula beach of Goa is an idyllic spot where tourists throng to relax, enjoy the sun and the sea and indulge in water sports on the clear waters More ...

Vainguinim Beach:

Vainguinim Beach of Goa is a beautiful, neat and tidy golden sandy beach of Goa, this Goa Beach spread along the beautiful blue Arabian Sea and surrounded by rambling palm and coconut trees. This Goa beach runs around in a bay from Dona Paula to Vainguinim. Vainguinim beach is known for its sparkling crystal turquoise waters. Vainguinim Beach is visited by tourists all over the year. Vainguinim beach is also well known for its cuisines. There are a number of restaurants located on this beach that serve some great seafood and meat preparations More ...

Bambolim Beach:  

Bambolim beach of Goa is a small, clean, largely undiscovered beach, in a shaded spot before the mouth of the river Zuari. The entrance to the beach is situated along the hills between Goa Medical College and the Goa University. The road goes all the way down to the Bambolim beach resort from where one can make your way to the beach. Thick coconut groves line the beach and provide shade and privacy. It’s a beautiful beach for a quiet, cosy picnic. It is a relatively small beach frequented by locals more so than tourist More ...

Siridao Beach:

Siridao beach of Goa is a rocky and sandy beach which is well known for the presence of caves which have a mysterious look. This beach of Goa is a shell collector’s haven with its assortment of oyster and Pearl Shells. This Goa beach is a bit odd looking due to the extra amount of rocks and some furtive caves. The beach is calm and peaceful where one can snore away to glory on the sand while the kids splash the waves and scan the sand for some hidden treasures More ...

South Goa
Bogmalo Beach:

Bogmallo Beach of Goa is one of the most popular beaches of Goa. The swaying coconut palms and the soft sand add to the holiday mood on the shore of the Arabian Sea. This Goa Beach was a fishing village until tourists started pouring in and tourism started catching up in this small Indian state of Goa. Despite modern eating joints, hi-tech shops selling handicrafts surrounding it, the village at Bogmallo still manages to stay alive. Bogmallo beach and the blue waters are so clean that is hard to keep away from it for long. Unlike the other beaches in North Goa, Bogmallo beach is not very crowded More ...

Velsao Beach:

The Velsao Beach of Goa is one of the most vivacious small stretches of sandy beach on the southern coast of Goa. The sands seem to beckon the tourists for a walk. The pure air, the cool breezes on the beach of Goa and warm waters create the perfect backdrop for a picture. Velsao Beach is a seaside village which is quiet and peaceful and the fact that it was short listed as a venue for the Inter-national Film Festival of India speaks volume about this place. The nearby villages will serve as your perfect window to get a glimpse into the rural life of Goa. In true sense you can enjoy nature at its best at the Velsao beach. More ...

Majorda Beach:  

Majorda beach of Goa is one of the most marvelous and serene beaches of Goa. The soft white sands of the Goa Beach clubbed with the gorgeous greenery and aquamarine waters around makes for a picturesque location and lure tourists from various parts of the world.  The village of Majorda Beach is known to be the place where the Jesuits discovered the sap from coconut palms also known as toddy, and used it for baking their delicious bread. More ...

Arossim Beach:

Arossim Beach of Goa is the beach front of Goa's one of the largest and beautiful village of Cansaulim.. This Goa Beach is wide, extremely picturesque, sparkling white  sandy and not very crowded. Once on the beach you can visit the sixteenth century Church of Sao Tome (St.Thomas the Apostle). Arossim Beach is home to the family of Tristao Braganza Cunha, a pioneer of Goa's freedom struggle and one who advocated nationalism. More ...

Utorda Beach:

Utorda beach of Goa is located in South Goa, is one of the unspoilt beaches of Goa. Utorda Beach is a virgin stretch of shiny golden and silvery sandy beach fringed with lush green groves of palm and coconut trees. Utorda Beach has vast stretches of beautiful sand where one can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. From Utorda beach one can walk for miles in both directions to exotic and wonderfully uncrowded South Goa beaches.  Utorda Beach is quite a lonely beach in comparison to other popular beaches of Goa. More ...

Betalbatim Beach: 

Betalbatim Beach of Goa, popularly know as the sunset beach of Goa, is a small stretch of beach in South Goa. Most of the beaches in Goa are palm fringed beaches but this beach has more of cold pine trees. Betalbatim is an Indo-Portuguese village surrounded by lush green rice fields and whispering palms where one can come to escape from the stresses of city living and relax in a serene secluded area More ...

Colva Beach:

Colva Beach of Goa is the pride of the state of Goa and is a jewel in Goa’s crown of beaches. This Goa Beach is the most famous beach of South Goa and second only to Calangute in terms of popularity of Goan beaches. Colva Beach is Goa’s longest beach with 20 km of virgin silvery white sands, lazily swaying the sun drenched palm trees. The white sand of Colva Beach is soft and fine, ideal to walk barefoot anytime day or night. Colva beach is particularly popular for the shacks and huts that dot the shoreline providing Goan cuisine and drink  More ...

Sernabatim Beach:

Sernabatim Beach of Goa is an idyllic, virgin, silver sand beach located in South Goa near Colva Beach. Enriched with extensive green and foliages, Sernabatim Beach of Goa is an extension of the beautiful Colva Beach while one moves down south from Colva beach to Benaulim Beach. This Goa Beach is a sandy beach which is much cleaner and profound with the calm sea waves making life easier for the swimming enthusiast More ...

Benaulim Beach:

Benaulim beach of Goa is a very quiet beach situated in South Goa. Benaulim is said to be the place where the arrow of Lord Parsurama landed when he created the state of Goa. This beach of Goa is still rather undiscovered by tourists even though it is a famous beach for fishing. Benaulim beach of Goa gets fairly crowded in the evenings and on weekends. More ... 

Varca Beach:

Varca Beach of Goa is one of the most impressive and beautiful beaches in South Goa. Varca has one of the longest stretches of Beach in South Goa. The white sands of Varca Beach are clean and unpolluted, and this is one of the ideal alternatives for the kind of people who prefer staying way away from the crowd and noise More ...

Cavelossim Beach

Cavelossim Beach is one of the most beautiful and pristine beaches in Goa. This small stretch of beach in South Goa is situated between Sal river and Arabian Sea. The crisp, clean, white sand of Cavelossim beach in Goa is met only by the scenic blue waves of the Arabian Sea and the lazy summer sun. Cavelossim beach has a very different aquatic appeal as it renowned for its dolphins and seafood shacks. More ...

Mobor Beach:

Mobor Beach of Goa is a pristine and serene beach at the end of the 10 kms long sandy beach stretching all the way from Colva Beach. This Beach of Goa is a small beach with soft white sands shelving into the turquoise Arabian Sea and lies on a narrow spit of sand dunes between the Arabian Sea and Assolna River Estuary. The Goa beach is fairly isolated, and has many secluded coves ideal for complete relaxation with plenty of lounge chairs and umbrellas for the utmost in comfort. Mobor beach is one of the most popular beaches in Goa  More ...

Betul Beach:

Betul Beach of Goa is one of the beautiful and virgin beaches of South Goa which is located on the estuary of the river Sal which meets the Arabian Sea near Betul. To the immediate north of the estuary is the Mobor beach and peninsula which provides a breathtaking aerial view of the Betul hillock and the adjoining beach. Betul Beach is renowned for Goa's finest and largest mussels. This Goa beach is also famous for fishing and quite a number of tourists visit this beach to enjoy fishing as the fishing port situated here is well advanced More ...

Canaguinim Beach:

Canaguinim Beach of Goa is one of the secluded beaches in South Goa with beautiful combination of greenery, crystal clear waters and calmingly pristine beach environment, which mark the Canaguinim beach apart from the other beaches of Goa. Canaguinim Beach is a sandy and stony beach situated to the south of Betul Beach. The Cabo de Rama fort lies towards south and the beach affords a magnificent view of the fort More ...

Agonda Beach:

Agonda Beach of Goa is a three kms long beautiful cove of white sand fringed with palms and casuarinas and dominated by a large hill to the south. Agonda Beach of Goa is a picturesque and secluded beach in South Goa. Agonda Beach of Goa is also known as the silent beach as it is relatively deserted than other beaches due to its distances from the main cities. This Goa beach can be enjoyed by those who can appreciate the beauty of owning a beach under perfect solitude. This is exactly how one will feel once they are at Agonda beach More ...

Palolem Beach:

Palolem Beach of Goa is a white sandy beach in South Goa facing a blue bay between two headlands. It has a crescent shaped bay lined with swaying coconut palms hemmed by a pair of rocky crags. The white sand beach in an arc is picture perfect. This Goa Beach is also known as Paradise Beach as it about a mile long and provides seclusion and idyllic scenery. Despite the commercialisation, Palolem remains a traditional village, where the easy pace of life is dictated by the three daily rounds of todi-tapping More ...

Canacona Beach:

Canacona Beach of Goa  is one of the most beautiful beaches in South Goa with some of Goa’s most outstanding natural beauty and scenery. This tranquil beach of Goa attracts the visitors with the serene atmosphere and the picturesque backdrop of the Sahyadri Hills. The Sahyadri hills form a backdrop to a string of pearl white coves and sweeping beaches in Canacona, making it look more beautiful. There are two water springs in Canacona Beach, which will surely refresh the mind and soul of the visitor More ...

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