Swaying palm trees, flea markets, shacks, vibrant parties, sandy shores and thrilling watersports are what characterize Goa beaches the best. Whether it be North or South Goa, each beach has its own charming appeal that attracts tourists from all over. Let the deep blue waters and the pristine shores take your breath away on a trip to Goa and explore all the various beaches here.
It is hard to choose one or two good beaches in Goa as they are all truly mesmerizing but there are a few you must visit when you visit here. Anjuna beach and Baga beach are possibly the most crowded beaches in North Goa. The former is known for its natural white sand and black rock formations that extend right into the sea. You can buy Kashmiri handicrafts at the flea market here on Wednesdays, eat at the stalls and have a drink or two at the bars. Party hoppers will love this beach as it is famous for its peppy parties, especially during November to March.
Baga beach is one of the most happening beaches of North Goa as tourists and locals can be found at every nook and corner sunbathing or indulging in some watersports. Some watersports that are popular here include windsurfing, parasailing, wakeboarding, Jet ski rides and kitesurfing. This is the perfect place for you to sip on some cocktails & mocktails and devour some delicious food.
Those traveling to South Goa shoula pay a visit to the Benaulim Beach and Cavelossim Beach. If you are looking for some peace and quietude, these two beaches provide the perfect setting as you can just laze around on these beaches in the sun and the waiters from the eateries will come take your orders. You can also visit the Church of St. John the Baptist at Benaulim Beach, which is one of the most beautiful Goan churches. Take pictures of the white soft sand, crystalline blue water, and greenery at the Cavelossim beach.
Other beaches worth visiting for some sun, sand and fun are the Vagator beach, Morjim beach, Candolim beach, Dona Paula, Calangute, Chapora Beach, Butterfly Beach and more!