Best Beaches You Must Explore In North Goa
Sinquerim Beach has a natural inward curve making it one of the most ideal locations. Also being right near Fort Aguada makes it even more worth visiting.
When you are visiting Candolim, Sinquerim is not to be missed. It is attached next to Candolim. It is the southernmost beach of North Goa.
Perfect beach for water sports lovers where you have a chance of experiencing Jet Ski, parasailing, banana boat ride, boating trip, and the most special Dolphin Watching Trip.
The beach view from the Fort is mesmerizing. The best time to visit is early morning. Carrying a camera is a must for breathtaking views early in the morning.
Candolim is the beach lover’s paradise and is one of the longest beaches in Goa.
This beach is busy with both locals and tourists especially foreigners.
Famous for its pristine touch and white sandy beaches. Candolim is located very close to Calangute and Baga. The Candolim- Calangute next to the beach is packed with exotic restaurants with great cuisine both local and international. Candolim offers all kinds of water activities for adventure freaks. So, everyone should try your hand at jet-skiing, bump rides, banana rides, catamaran sailing, parasailing, water skiing, wind-surfing, and other water sports.
Calangute Beach is perfect for all types of travelers, from nature lovers to party animals. Calangute beach is the biggest and the most popular in North Goa reflecting the unique culture of Goa. It has one of the most beautiful and scenic views surrounding landscapes. Calangute is next to Candolim Beach famous for its vibrant markets where you will find almost everything from beer, food to clothes, jewelry.
You must visit the Calangute beach especially during the sunset and take breathtaking views of it. From Portuguese-style ancient buildings and structures to delicious food and drinks, Calangute Beach has it all.
Ashwem Beach is located in the coastal village of Mandrem in North Goa in the Pernem district. It is located between Morjim beach and Mandrem beach.
Ashwem beach has extensive stretches of white sand and exotic palm trees that grow along the fringes of the beach. It contains a lovely cashew plantation making it a must-visit the beach.
Make sure to experience the breath-taking sunset and relax on the beach while watching the waters of the Arabian Sea. The restaurants & cafes on the beach serve fresh seafood and local delicacies.
When you visit Goa, don’t miss out on Arambol Beach that is considered to be the most beautiful beaches in Goa, and borders Mandrem Beach and Keri Beach on two sides. We reached this happening beach from Calangute that took us approx. 1 hour. It is in North Goa but on the other end near Ashwem
& Morjim. Arambol, or used to be known as Harmal, is located 17km north of Anjuna Beach in North Goa.
Anjuna Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Goa having a flea market one of the most visited places there. Anjuna is also a place known for its small rocks by the seaside. Famous amongst foreigners, backpackers, and hippies. You can explore this 2 km stretch full of water activities, cafes, coffee shops, beach bars, and yogic paranoma.
Tourists visit here to view the sunset through the rocks that are quite marvelous. It is a part of a 30 km stretch of beach seashore along the west coast of Goa. This exotic beach of Goa forms a bay that curves from the headland to the famous Chapora Fort.
Miramar Beach offers a fascinating view of the magnificent Portuguese fort across the river. Beach lovers can get a beautiful glimpse of the grandeur of the Arabian Sea from the beach.
Situated at a distance of approx. 3 km from capital Panaji, a beautiful and enchanting golden beach of soft sand covered with palm trees. It’s a romantic gateway for adventure freaks, beach lovers, and honeymoon couples.
Located 7 km away from the Panaji, it is one of the happening beaches of Goa. As per the legend, Viceroy’s daughter Dona Paula de Menezes jumped off the cliff after facing objections from her family due to her love affair with a son of a fisherman. So, the beach is popular with the name of Dona Paula. It’s a lover’s paradise that offers a splendid view of the Mormugao harbor and fringed by casuarinas woods & palm trees.
Relax on this beach and enjoy the evening sea breeze and sunset.
Located in North Goa, Baga Beach is one of the happening beaches in Goa that hosts everything from water sports to fine dining restaurants, along with a pulsating nightlife. The major attraction at Baga Beach in Goa is water sports, which includes parasailing, windsurfing, kite surfing, and Jet Ski.
Baga Beach in Goa is home to the popular The Tito’s Lane – home to the infamous Club Tito and Cafe Mambo for its rejuvenating nightlife visited frequently by the tourists.
Morjim Beach is one of the best beaches in Goa. Located south of Ashwem beach it is considered to be one of the most tranquil beaches of Goa, offering peace and serenity. Tourists come here for relaxing and dining out.
Morjim Beach is famous for its Olive Ridley Sea Turtles. You can spend your time enjoying these beautiful creatures. You can click some pictures with these turtles and disturbing or feeding these turtles is strictly prohibited.
Morjim Beach is also locally known as “Little Russia” because of the huge inhabitation of Russians here who stay for more than a month in this beautiful heaven.