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Goa Beaches Tour

Goa Beaches Tour

The Goa beaches have the benefit of an unparalleled importance as key traveler destinations in Goa. Their impact is such that the beaches in Goa have come to represent the sightseeing prospective of the state. Miles of unblemished blonde sand, swaying palm trees and the sapphire waters of the Arabian Sea mix together to give a spectacular sight on the Goa beaches. In addition to the picturesque scenery, the beaches in Goa are also acknowledged as shopping hubs, crammed as they are with memento shops selling souvenirs and native handicrafts. Moreover there are exceptional amenities for a huge number of water sports ranging from parasailing to windsurfing. All these add to the fascinating attraction of the Goa beaches. Subsequent are a few of the most admired beaches in Goa:

Agonda Beach
Rambling over a stretch of 3 kilometers of blonde sand, the Agonda beach is a retreat for the recluse, the ones forever longing for seclusion. Practically uninhabited all the time, one can get pleasure from absolute privacy in the Agonda beach.

Anjuna Beach
Positioned 18 km from state capital Panaji, the Anjuna beach enjoys an iconic position for its infamous dream parties and the striking Wednesday flea bazaar. Throbbing with a huge number of activities, this palm-fringed beach draws tourists and backpackers from all over the globe.

Arambol Beach
Positioned about 50 km from Panaji, the long and lonely ambience of the Arambol beach provides a soothing contrast to the hustle and bustle of other Northern Goa beaches. If you are yearning for some solitude and tranquility, the Arambol beach with its serene surroundings fits the bill perfectly.

Calangute Beach
Calangute is Goa's flagship beach and it plays an inimitable part in the state's tourism draw. Stretching over a span of 7 kilometers, Calangute beach is recognized by the name 'Queen of Beaches' for its supremacy amongst the picturesque beaches that mark the Goan land.

Colva Beach

If you desire to run away from the hullabaloo of metropolis life and crave for a serene holiday that would calm your core and intellect, then head at once for the Colva beach in Goa. Rambling over an area of 20 km, Colva beach is the longest beach in Goa.

Dona Paula Beach
One of the main famous amongst Goa beaches, the Dona Paula beach draws tourists with its lovely scenery scattered with palm trees and casuarinas groves. Natives say that the beach has got its name from Dona Paula de Menzes, who was the offspring of a viceroy during the regal repression.

Miramar Beach
Positioned 3 km from Panaji, the Miramar beach is a bustling tourist hub due to its close proximity to the town. Miramar in Portuguese translates to 'viewing the sea,' an apt sobriquet considering the azure waters of the mighty Arabian Sea that expands the horizon.

Palolem Beach

One of the well-known beaches in the South Goa beach course, the crescent-shaped Palolem beach is renowned for its comprehensive spread of shiny sand and heavenly environs. The picturesque prettiness of the beach fetched it a facade in the film 'The Bourne Supremacy' (2004) where it is revealed as the Indian dwelling of Jason Bourne (Matt Damon).

Vagator Beach
Positioned 22 km from state capital Panaji, the Vagator beach is a popular beach in Goa. The Vagator beach is part of a 30 km stretch of beach coastline along the west coast of Goa that is home to some of the top-notch Goan beaches such as the Calangute beach and the Anjuna beach.

Bogmalo Beach

Positioned close to the airport of Goa, Bogmalo Beach can be easily reached from any part of the state. It lies at a distance of approximately 8 km from Vasco-da-Gama town. Spread over a vast expanse of land, the beach is not much visited by tourists and because of this; it retains much of its virgin charm.

Baga Beach
Positioned at a distance of approximately 10 km from Mapusa, is one of the most magnificent beaches of Goa. It is considered to be just an extension of the famous Calangute Beach, but is much less crowded than the latter.

Chapora Beach
Chapora Beach is reckoned amongst the most well-liked as well as the most visited beaches of Goa. It is positioned at a distance of roughly 10 Kms from Mapusa. One of the key draw of the seashore is its yacht building and fishing inheritance, which seems to be flawlessly fused with its thriving tourism business.

Benaulim Beach
As you shift 2 km further from the Colva Beach, you will draw closer to the outstanding Benaulim seashore. As per Hindu legends, it was here that the arrow of Lord Parshurama landed on earth, when he was creating Goa. The Portuguese sullied the innovative name 'Banali', in Sanskrit, and named the seashore as 'Benaulim'.

Cavelossim Beach

One of the most well-liked beaches of Goa, the Cavelossim Beach lies at a distance of roughly 12 km from Benaulim. Not only does it benefit from enormous reputation, it is also counted among the most stunning beaches of India.

Majorda Beach
The supple sand and blue aquatic waters of the Majorda Beach entice tourists from different parts of India as well as overseas. It lies at a distance of roughly 5 km from the Colva Beach and claims as much reputation as the latter.

Varca Beach
Varca seashore of Goa is positioned at a distance of roughly 2 km to the south of the Benaulim Beach. Although the seashore is not as well-liked as the other commercialized beaches in the state, it is not less in terms of attractiveness or splendor.

Velsao Beach

Velsao seashore of Goa is gaining more and more standing among tourists each year. The seashore is situated on the southern coast of the state, at a distance of approximately 25 km from Panjim, its capital city.

Candolim Beach
Candolim seashore is positioned in the northern part of Goa. It is the great place for those who have come on a holiday to overlook the tensions of their every day life and aim to use their time calming and rejuvenating.

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