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Monday, 8 August 2016

The 5 best beaches of Goa that you cannot miss



If the mellifluous sound of the sea waves and watching gorgeous sunsets appease your soul, you must plan a trip to Goa as soon as possible. Ask any travel enthusiast and you will see that Goa features in almost everyone’s list of must visit places. Goa is a very popular destination in India, which is visited by people from all over the world. The enchanting beaches of Goa can make a person forget about all his stress.

There are many gorgeous beaches of Goa and we understand that it is not possible to visit all of them if you are going there for a few days. So, let’s look at the 5 best 5 beaches of Goa that you cannot afford to miss. 

1. Baga Beach

This beach is very famous because of the beach parties, stunning nightlife and delectable seafood delicacies. If you enjoy drinking, crowd and dancing carefree to peppy music against a mesmerizing backdrop, you would love the Baga beach. This beach is perfect for people who are seeking an ambiance of excitement and enjoyment.

You can also pamper yourself with a salt bath as you can get huge sea waves on this beach.

2. Candolim Beach

Candolim beach is famous for its serene atmosphere and enthralling scenic beauty. This beautiful beach is perfect for relaxation. You can find scrub-covered sand dunes in Candolim beach.

Indulge in the “Dive Goa” activity on this beach for amazing fun.

3. Calangute Beach

This beach is often called the Queen of Beaches in Goa. It is famous for authentic Goan cuisine. The golden shimmering sand of Calangute beach attracts tourists from all over the world.

You can find many restaurants in Calangute beach that serve Goan food. You can also find plenty of shops that sell colorful Goan apparels. If water activities fascinate you, then you can also indulge in water-scooter rides and parasailing.

4. Sinquerim Beach

The scenic backdrop of the grand Fort Aguada and the glistening golden sand make Sinquerim beach one of the most beautiful beaches of Goa. If you are looking for water adventures, this is the place to be.

You can try snorkeling and parasailing in Sinquerim beach. The Aguada lighthouse and the Fort Aguada make it look beautiful.

5. Vagator Beach

The picturesque greenery and the rustic beauty of Vagator beach attract plenty of tourists. If you want to enjoy a breezy stroll on a beach amid the natural beauty, you must visit the Vagator beach.

The calmness and serenity of the beach attract all those people who are seeking some peace. You can find the Chapora Port in the Vagator Beach that is also known as the famous “Dil Chahta Hai” point.

The famous Sunburn festival is organized in Vagator Beach in December every year.
These are the 5 beaches of Goa that you cannot miss when you are in Goa. You can also visit the Anjuna Beach that is famous for its unusual rock formations, Arambol Beach for family vacations and Morjim Beach for a serene ambiance. 

You can find fully equipped luxury villas that provide great hospitality services.
Goa Villa offers a wide range of beautiful villas for rent in Goa that can make your vacation truly unforgettable. The luxury villas in Goa are located in the most famous locations such as Candolim, Calangute, Anjuna, Morjim, etc. 


You will be surprised to know that more than 85% of the Goa villas are booked for New Year 2016. You can go through the property list to find the villa that will suit your needs and will make your Goa vacation memorable. 

Give yourself a wonderful vacation in Goa that is filled with water sports, dance parties, serenity, delicious seafood and the luxury of a villa.



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39 comments:

  1. Except Sinquerim and Candolim, been to the beaches mentioned. But, my favorite remain Palolem Beach in South Goa and I love it for the serenity. I was there for New Year eve in 2011 and it's been long...hope to plan the next trip:)

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    1. We too prefer the quite beaches of South Goa. North has become way too commercialised.

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    2. Good to know about Palolem Beach, Vishal.
      I also look for serenity when I am planning a beach vacation :)

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  2. Awesome post, Thanks for sharing :)

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  3. In Goa there is one beach where you can see sunrise... that could be included too. :)

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  4. During our last outing to Goa we stayed at Chalston Beach resort, Calangute Beach. It was awesome

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  5. Goa is a nice place to visit. Esp because of the beaches.. Thanks for sharing

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  6. Beaches do hold us in absolute sway and all the serene turquoise blue waters of Goan beaches do have the same charm

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  7. When I visited Goa last year,I found the Sinquerim Beach most peaceful among others. :)

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    1. Thanks for sharing your experience, Saumy.

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  8. Very useful. It will help me when I will plan for Goa.

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  9. Wow! Such an awesome list dear. Would surely keep in mind during my next trip to Goa :)

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  10. Hope you had more pics to show us. Thanks for the text though ☺️

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    1. Hopefully in my next trip to Goa, will take lots of pics :)

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  11. Goan beaches are great escapes and I have heard from friends it is much better there in monsoons with less crowd and verdant ran-washed surroundings. Though you are not allowed water sports but one can go for long rides and enjoy the weather a la Dil Chahta hai style.

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    1. I really want to go to Goa in the monsoon once. Thanks for the lovely comment, Bushra :)

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  12. I visited Goa last year and calangute and candolim are good beaches, Sinquerim and vagator I couldn't go because of time constraints. I completely disliked Baga beach because it was very crowded. The beach I liked best was Palolem, it was beautiful.
    Nice post Purba.

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    1. Yes, Vishal also mentioned about the Palolem beach.
      Thanks for sharing your experience dear :)

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  13. 2 years ago,my family visited Goa for a long due vacation and Baga & Vagator were our favorite beaches to relax at too :) Now the travel bug is back and maybe another vacation to Goa calling us again :D

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    1. That's wonderful Richa. Thanks for sharing your experience. I am also looking forward to a vacation in Goa soon :)

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  14. I haven't explored Goa as much...i think i should and your post is a guide :) lovely :)

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  15. Useful information, which will help if i plan to visit Goa.

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  16. I agree, these are indeed the best beaches one shouldn't miss when visiting Goa. I went back in time as I remembered my Goa holiday many years ago.

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    1. That's wonderful Shaivi. Thanks for your comment :)

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