Goa Beaches

Goa beaches are renowned worldwide for their spectacular beauty and facilities for beach acitvities all over the world. Rated among the finest beach destinations in the world, Goa in the west coast of India is a holidaymaker's paradise. The 125 kilometers of Goan coastline is dotted with numerous palm-fringed sandy beaches which offer the perfect destination for a romantic honeymoon or an ideal vacation. A firm favorite with travelers from all corners of the world, the beaches in Goa attract thousands of beach lovers and regular tourists from far and wide. The beaches are the most significant aspects of tourism in Goa.

Arambol Beach : One of the most charming beaches of Goa, Arambol Beach is located about 50 km north of Panaji. Situated in the quiet and friendly Arambol village, Arambol beach is a nature lover's dream destination with expansive coastal stretch and an unspoilt feel to it. The beach is a long stretch of golden sands interspersed with rocky cliffs. There are two beaches in Arambol, the main and more popular one being the Harmal beach, which is the northernmost beach in Goa. The second beach, which can only be reached on foot, is more picturesque and surrounded by steep cliffs on both sides.
Arambol beach remains quite peaceful except on Sundays, when a huge crowd of local picnickers gather here for enjoying various beach activities. There is a relaxed environment all around, with the tranquility attracting many day-trippers from various other beaches located nearby..
    
Benaulim Beach : One of the quietest beaches in Goa, Benaulim beach begins where Colva beach ends. A famous beach for fishing, Benaulim has remained largely undiscovered by domestic tourists. It's only in the evenings and on weekends that his charming beach gets somewhat crowded. Thus, Benaulim Beach in Goa can be the perfect getaway for you to bask the day off soaking in the sun and enjoy an idyllic vacation in Goa. On each side of the sand drenched beachfront, the softly shelving sands glisten away almost to the horizon, strewn with pictorial wooden fishing boats. You can encounter hawkers, masseurs and fruit vendors appearing from time to time.
 
Bogmalo Beach : the Oberois manage a property built by Trade Wings. The building is right on the sea. As the waves lash the parapets of the open-air restaurant, the drone of the restless Arabian Sea lulls to sleep even the most insomniac. Beyond are mysterious little islands, shipwrecks in the silt and, around the hotel, plenty of pleasant eateries-each one of them claiming to be Osibisa's favorite. That pardonable selling trick began about 10 years ago when the Oberoi hosted the group.
    
Majorda Beach :From Bogmalo down south, there is Majorda beach and the Majorda Beach Resort. Majorda is the village where the Jesuits, fond as they were of the good things of life, discovered the best Goan toddy (sap from the coconut palm), which they used to leaven the bread.Naturally, then, Majorda is the place where the Goans were first trained in the delicate art of baking European breads. The Majordans are still Goa's best bakers. The delights of the beach, however, were discovered much earlier, in the mythic times when the gods above went through a lot of turmoil. There is a Goan version of Ramayana and therein Lord Rama was kidnapped as a child and brought up at Majorda. Later, in pursuit of Sita, he camped at Cabo de Rama-a headland further south-where the stretch of developed beaches ends.
    
Varca Beach : You must visit Varca if you are staying at Benaulim or any of the nearby beaches in south Goa. The Varca beach is much quieter than the other more famous beaches in Goa. The palms and the long houses dotted near the beach make for a splendid spot ideal for a quiet and relaxed vacation. Though not among the most favored beaches in Goa, Varca beach offers you amazing scenic beauty that will remain etched in your memories for a long time.
    
Vagator Beach : The Vagator beach in north Goa is located at a distance of 24 kilometers from Panaji, the capital of Goa. The beach lies on the northern side of the Bardez taluka. Offering a stretch of soft white sands, coconut palms, and a scenic view of the Arabian Sea, the Vagator beach has become a hot favorite tourist destination among the tourists.