7 Must-Visit Beaches in Goa

The heart of Goa is in its splendid beaches. Each beach is unique and leaves you spell-bound. So I’ve made a list of the beaches that hold a special place in my heart.

1. Baga Beach


This is the most popular beach in Goa. Everyone who goes to Goa definitely has Baga Beach on their must-visit list. That’s why it is always crowded. I also felt that it was a bit dirty; garbage and litter all around the place. But you get the characteristic Goan feel at Baga.

2. Calangute Beach


Near Baga beach, you can find Calangute Beach. It also attracts a lot of tourists. It is known for its water sports, restaurants and nightlife. Great place to be chilling with your gang. 🙂

3. Anjuna Beach


The sea looks beautiful at Anjuna. You can feel the calmness and beauty of nature. Compared to Baga and Calangute, this beach is quieter, cleaner and less crowded. Must visit whether you go with friends or family members. I went in the monsoon; so the market was shut. Anyway, there are plenty of shops and eateries around.

4. Vagator Beach


This place is great. We spent hours there; enjoying ourselves to the core! Since Vagator is less crowded, clean and has less noise, you can have lots of fun at the beach. You’ll find many people chilling in the sun or playing beach volleyball.

5. Miramar Beach


Located near Panaji city, this beach attracts a good number of tourists and locals. We visited it on our way to the Sunset Cruise. The sea always looks amazing and peaceful here.

6. Benaulim Beach


This beach in South Goa is so quiet that you can meditate and feel the sounds of the sea. It was not at all crowded. Also, there are many restaurants nearby. We had tea & snacks at Pedro’s. Must visit!

7. Colva Beach


Another must-visit beach in South Goa, it is located near Benaulim Beach. It leaves you awestruck with its beauty. I was playing in the sand and having the time of my life.


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