It is rare that a young man or young girl or the teenagers never think about going to Goa. Goa is popularly known as the Pearl of the orient and tourist paradise. It is located in India’s coastal belt on the western called the Konkan coast.
Table of Content
- Bogmalo Beach
- Canacona Beach
- Rajbagh Beach
- Arossim Beach
- Majorda Beach
- Betalbatim Beach
- Butterfly Beach
- Palolem Beach
- Cansaulim Beach
- Talpona Beach
- Varca Beach
- Baga Beach
- Chapora Beach
- Dona Paula Beach
We pull out this topic and don’t talk about the sea beaches of goa!! It is not fare. So here we talk about some beaches of Goa. Let’s talk about this,
Bogmalo Beach Located near the port city of Vasco in Goa (south Goa). This sea side is a definitive destination to enjoy lovely moments with friends or family members. There are some shipwrecks that include historical implications to the old-time tourist destination. Whether it’s for a luxury stay, sunbathing, diving, water sports activities or nightlife, parties.
Canacona is a city and a municipal council in the South Goa district in Goa. Patnem, Coco, Agonda, and Palolem are some of the most idyllic and famous beaches in Canacona apart from Butterfly beach and other hidden beaches which are a true delight to trek to.
Rajbagh Beach, also known as Raj Baga or Rajbaga, is situated 4 km south from the famous and well-known among tourists Palolem Beach, in South Goa. Not usually frequented by tourists other than hotel guests, this beach manages to retain its beauty and splendor creating a very captivating and alluring picture. A must-visit if you are planning to unwind yourself and looking for a perfect place to relax.
Arossim Beach also has dazzling white sand, green dense palm trees and colourful fishing boats slowly dancing over the ocean waves. The landscape is supplemented with a few houses and shops, lonely hiding in the shadow of mighty trees. Arossim Beach is a popular destination for party and leisure seekers, which is the venue to indulge in varied beach activities.
October to March is the ideal time to visit Arossim Beach and enjoy beach activities like water surfing, scooting, parasailing, water skiing, swimming, sunbathing and speedboat rides. Boats are also easily available at this beach
Majorda Beach in Goa attracts tourists for its idyllic and pleasant ambience. One of the prettiest beaches of Goa is Majorda that sits on a wide 25 km stretch of sand, spread with roofed parasols and lapped by the warm Arabian Sea. The clean and clear water of the beach is perfect for swimming and water sports activities.
The great range of restaurants and stalls here will delight with lip smacking dishes prepared in Goan cuisine and you can enjoy drinks and snacks at the beach shacks.
Betalbatim Beach is located north of the famous Colva beach in South Goa. The clean sands and beautiful surroundings make an immaculate landscape worth visiting. Dolphins are a common site near the shores of Betalbatim and the local fishermen offer a ride to the tourists to catch a glimpse of the Dolphins. This is a perfect place to spend a peaceful time and avoid the crowd of Colva beach.
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The place occupies a tiny semicircular bay on the high northern end of Palolem beach and the most astounding feature is that you can spot millions of butterflies flying over the hilltop blossoms. In a perfect and amazing world of South Goa paradise beaches this nice piece of coast is single, lonely and solitary.
Golden sand at the foot of high rocks, which surrounding the Beach with a dense ring from the land, will easily make you feel yourself in heaven.
Located in Canacona Southern Goa; it is another famous beach.The tranquil surroundings makes an ecstatic setting for indulging in an occasional stroll or just appreciate this amazing landscape. The beach remains packed with shacks, hawkers, restaurants, and eating outlets occupying the one mile long shore in crescent shape.
It is less swarmed and not an exceptionally prominent beach in Goa still nature presents probably the most wonderful scenes here. Tourists can find perpetually some incredible place for strolls and for swimming at Cansaulim Beach. Some popular places where you can enjoy some local shopping at Cansaulim Beach are Many Emporium, Nagoa market and Queen Nagar Market.
At a distance of 76 km from Panjim Kadamba Bus Stand, 71 km from Vasco Da Gama Railway Station and 9 km from Canacona Railway Station, Talpona Beach is located in South Goa. Talpona Beach is one of the most far-flung beaches of Goa. The Talpona beach has small sand dunes and is not visited much by tourists. The peaceful beach is also a resting ground of many birds.
Situated in the south Goa, Varca beach simply adorns the entire Goa with its 10 kms stretch of marvellous white sand covering seashore and the glittering blue waves hugging the coast. interesting activity you can partake in at the Varca Beach include the boat trips to watch the rare species of dolphins The place is extremely calm and peaceful, which is very far away from the shores of North Goa.
Baga Beach is a popular beach and tourist destination in North Goa. Sheltered by a rocky foreland and tucked at 10 km of distance from Mapusa, Baga Beach in Goa is a lovely retreat house and paradise for nature buffs. Baga usually figures high on tourist routes due to its exciting nightlife, flea market, eateries and watering holes. For couples, a candlelit dinner at the beachside is a perfect retreat for making it a romantic Baga beach holidays.
Bowed in the silhouette of a Portuguese fort on the contrary, Chapora Beach is located on the northern side of the Vagator, which is at the distance of 10 km from Mapusa. One of the best leisure paradises in Goa, Chapora is a cloistered beach and beautiful sight to behold always. if you want a break from hustle and bustle of your city, visit Chapora and have a wonderful time at the beach with delicious sea food to bask upon.
Dona Paula Beach
Located 7 kms away from the Panaji, this beach has become one of the most happening beaches of the Goa. the beach is popular by the name of Dona Paula. It’s a lover’s paradise that offers a splendid view of the Mormugao harbor and fringed by casuarinas woods & palm trees. In short, the beach is a mix and match of adventurous water sports, romance and sparkling nightlife.