Goa is a beautiful, and peaceful travel destination which is well known for its beautiful beaches. The state has a good number of beautiful and crystal clear waters beaches famous around the world. It is a popular travel destination among the domestic as well as foreign tourists in India.
12 Famous and Beautiful Beaches of Goa
1. Querim Beach
Querim Beach is a popular beach located near by Tiracol Fort. It is also known by the name Keri Beach or Kerium Beach. The beach is known for calm shore, Portuguese fort and 17th century church. Paragliding and other sports activities can be carried out here except swimming.
2. Arambol Beach
Arambol Beach, located in North Goa. The beach is surrounded by cliffs with a fresh water lake and chirpy markets from two sides. It is one of the most beautiful beaches of Goa and you should not miss an opportunity to visit it once.
3. Mandrem Beach
Mandrem Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches of Goa which is located in North Goa. The beach is a popular place to spend beautiful evening with legs in water. End of the World Cafe for Fish and Oasis for north Indian fare are the best place to have food and make your trip memorable.
4. Morjim Beach
Morjim Beach is located in North Goa and considered as one of the most beautiful beaches of Goa. It consists of huge and different spices of bird and Olive Ridley turtles, hillocks and good food. The beach is a popular attractions among the foreign tourists and sometime known as mini – Russia.
5. Chapora Beach
Chapora Beach, one of the most loved beach in Goa, has peaceful shores and an amazing sea beach. It is one of the most beautiful beaches of Goa. On this beach, water sports activities are carried out and high-quality food is also available here. Chapora village is about 24 km north of Panaji.
6. Vagator Beach
Vagator Beach is located in North Goa and considered as one of the most beautiful, peaceful and calm beaches of Goa. The beach looks more beautiful with cliffs with white sand, coconut trees and Chapora fort is also located nearby.
7. Anjuna Beach
Anjuna Beach is most loved by foreign tourists and one of the best places/beaches of Goa to spend your memorable time. This beach is a popular place for night parties, beers, music in nearby restaurants and flea markets. These are the most popular tourist attractions of Anjuna Beach.
8. Baga Beach
Baga beach is located in North Goa and one of the best beaches of Goa to spend your time with your loved ones. This beach is a popular place among the domestic tourists. Baga Beach is a perfect place for music parties, beach shacks, water sports, karaoke, food and accommodation facilities.
9. Calangute Beach
Calangute Beach is the most crowded beach which is located in North Goa. It is crowded yet one of the most beautiful beaches of Goa. This beach consists of water sports, local markets, restaurants and housing facilities. You should not miss an opportunity to visit this amazing crystal clear water beach.
10. Candolim Beach
Candolim Beach, one of the longest beaches in Goa, is located 13 km north of Panaji. In the month of December, the Sunburn festival is hosted by this beach. Aguada fort is the nearest tourist attraction besides the beautiful beach. It is considered in one of the most visited beaches of Goa.
11. Miramar Beach
The beach is located just 3 km away from south – west of Panaji. The beach is full of crowd and frequently visited by local people and people living in nearby towns. It is one of the best places in Goa to spend your weekend.
12. Dona Paula
Dona Paula is located near Panaji, Goa. It is a crowded beach as it is beautiful and best spot of Goa. Water sports, harbour, rocky shores and many more activities can be carried out and considered as one of the most amazing beaches of Goa.
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Article first published on January 17, 2016.