Millions of tourists visit Goa to explore its coastal beauty, colonial structures and great nightlife. World-class shopping, interesting cultures and exotic ambience are also some of the most attractive components of a Goa travel package. But the country is known for its beaches, which offer a great mix of nature and adventure. There are about 35 beaches in Goa, each with its own distinct charm and these are the top beaches in the world. However, some of these beaches are too good to miss. From eye-soothing views to fun water sports and relaxing Ayurvedic and culinary delights, they offer everything a beach holiday traveler would expect. Some of the most visited beaches in Goa are:
Palolem: The allure of the body Palolem is one of the best beaches in Goa. Shaded palm trees, lush green hills, shimmering golden sand and crystal clear water make Palolem a delight for photographers and nature lovers. And to further add to the beautiful scenery, there are exotic beach resorts everywhere, as well as simple coconut huts. Palolem is the perfect destination for those looking for a relaxing holiday in the lap of nature.
Anjuna: Goa’s popular beach is highly commercialized and has relatively few peace seekers; However, it is a good option for fun seekers, shopping lovers and adventure enthusiasts. Anjuna was very popular with hippies in the 1960s and 1970s, and even today its golden beach sees crowds enjoying beach parties, musical performances and various cultural events. Wade Flea Market is one of the main attractions in Anjuna.
Candolim: A delicacy, Candolim never leaves a mark on the visitor’s mind. It is a good place to dine with family or friends in Goa and has many restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines. Stunning ocean views, exciting adventures and exciting cultural offerings add to the enjoyment of Candolim. However, Candolim remains less crowded and is a great option for romantic couples and those looking for peace.
Arambola: This beautiful white sand beach is very clean and uncrowded. It takes about two hours to get there from the airport. But when you get there, you will find a peaceful paradise waiting for you in all its glory. Spectacular views of swaying palm trees, refreshing weather and unparalleled seclusion make for a unique travel experience. The food in Arambol is very good, the wine also impeccable. So have a good time exploring this hidden gem of Goa.
Calangute: Calangute, the ‘Queen of Beaches’ is just 15 km from the capital Panaji. For a true Goan beach lifestyle, a trip to Calangute is worth it. It is still bustling with Indian and foreign travelers and enjoys stunning views and vibrant festivals. From simple sunbathing to windsurfing and thrilling scuba diving to exploring the amazing underwater world of the Arabian Sea, Calangute offers many fun water activities. The lively nightlife and fascinating cultural scene make your experience even more enjoyable World travel.
If you are looking for complete silence where you can sit engrossed in a book or listen to your favorite numbers, Majorda is the perfect destination. The calm atmosphere, which responds to the sound of the ocean, makes this place a favorite retreat for beach lovers. Head to this charming beach for breathtaking views of the surrounding area. When the sun goes down, the sea is decorated with golden orange motifs, which are a real haven for the eyes.