Amazing Beaches in Goa

This beach was known to be a favourite of the ‘hippies’ of years gone by. Trance parties are held here during the tourist season. The popularity of the beach has ensured that it is abutted by several eating and drinking outlets. It has water-sports and parking facilities.

The picturesque Arambol beach, situated in North Goa, is nearly 16 kms of palm trees, immaculate sand and water. It is split into two beaches - Arambol and Harmal. The latter is more popular on account of the cliff formations alongside it.

The Baga beach is around 1.5km long and comprises pristine, fine white sand and an authentic local feel with many traditional huts still being used by the local fishing population. It is famous for its water sports – jet-skiing, parasailing, wakeboarding, windsurfing and kitesurfing.

Calangute beach is one of the most crowded beaches in Goa and is often referred to as the ‘Queen of Beaches’. Many tourists are attracted to this beach as the there are lot of activities that one can do here. Sunbathing, Watersports, swimming ,etc.

There are no shops, restaurants or any commercial activity. It is a calm and peaceful beach with pacific water. Scrubs covered dunes at the back is the major attraction.

This beautiful beach, orginally known as ‘Gasper Dias Beach’, is a golden fringed beach, lined with palm trees. The tourists get to enjoy a glimpse of the magnificent Arabian Sea from the beach. It also offers a kaleidoscopic view of the Aguada fort that you just can’t miss!

Another great beach where one can enjoy para-sailing, water-skiing, scuba diving and windsurfing and is one of the popular places in the state. This spectacular stretch of sand is an ideal place for swimming and flaunts a great view of the Aguada beach.

This crescent shaped beach is located about 22 Kms from Panaji and is situated in Bardez taluka. This beach gifts one privacy as the number of visitors are less and one can enjoy the tranquility of nature all by yourself. This beach offers a great sunset view that you dont wana miss!!

The pristine Agonda beach is the ideal destination for those who want to be away from crowds. It is ideal for relaxation, sunbathing and swimming.

A distinct feature of Benaulim beach, situated in South Goa, is its serenity. It is not frequented by visitors as much as several other beaches in Goa, but that has enabled it to retain its pristine and tranquil state.

Betalbatim beach is considered one of the most romantic spots in Goa, offering as it does, spectacular views of the sunset, crystal-clear waters, unspoiled sand and mango and palm trees. The beach is home to a thriving wildlife population with diverse species of birds and some unique fishes.

This secluded beach is an incredibly beautiful and interesting place. Just the right place for people of romantic nature who are looking for solitude and loneliness and are yearn for connection with nature.

Bogmalo Beach is a small and quiet beach attached to the Bogmalo village. Despite its small size, Bogmalo has a range of accommodation and places to eat. It is situated in a small bay, with around a mile of curving sandy beach, which is generally very quiet. It benefits from some beautiful sunsets.

This horseshoe-shaped beach is one of the most remote beaches of South Goa. This place is preferred by those who want to spend their holidays in solitude and those who are fond of privacy and comfort of small spaces.

Colva Beach is a secluded one and is a perfect ‘must-visit’ destination for couples as it is just an ideal place for people who want to spend some time in solitude. There are many restaurants near the beach serving scrumptious cultural food.

This 25 km stretch of sand is one of the prettiest beaches of Goa. This place is quite calm yet many tourists visit this place for the spellbound view of azure water and golden sands and abandant water sports it offers.

Morjim Beach, a special and peaceful beach in North Goa which attracts many famous celebrities from all over the globe. While the place is know for its tranquility, at night it comes to life with lively parties. To state a trivia, the beach is closed to the general public during the nesting season of the turtles in September.

This rocky beach is a shell collector's heaven for it has many Oyster and Pearl Shells.Siridao Beach is popular for Chapel of Jesus of Nazareth, where where thousands of devotees come during the feast that is held on the first week of Easter.