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North Goa Beaches

The following are the most impressive beaches of North Goa.


Baga Beach, <a href=

Baga : Arguably the most famous of all Goa beaches, this Baga offers everything to the tourist from water-Sports to beach-lounging, hospital from bird-watching to great food, from great clubs to great shacks. It is situated between two very famous beaches, Anjuna and Calangute. It is famous for the Baga creek, which is located at its northern end. Baga beach is also famous for its Dolphin cruises.Whether you want to go for a peaceful walk, indulge in fishing or just sit and enjoy the big waves crashing against the black rocks, Baga beach is where you want to be.

Calangute Beach, North Goa Beach

Calangute : Calangute offers miles of sunny sands, plethora of shacks and clubs, as well as a range of water sports. The beach is approximately 15 kilometers away from Panaji. A number of hotels and resorts are available at this beach which offers spectacular view of the Arabian Sea. The swaying palm trees, amazing sea food and drinks and jewelry made from sea shells attract tourists from all across the globe. One can also visit the St. Alex Church when visiting the Calangute beach as it is in close proximity.

Vagator Beach, North Goa Beach

Vagator : The Vagator beach is divided into the little Vagator and the big Vagator Beach. The Little Vagator or Small Vagator beach is a beautiful little cove fringed by palm trees and surrounded by cliffs. Big Vagator is the more frequented beach and is famous for the two fresh water springs nearby, and the view of the 500 years old Chapora Fort. Vagator Beach is very close to Anjuna beach and houses several dilapidated farmhouses and scenic Portuguese bungalows. It is separated from Anjuna Beach by 2 kms of hilly tops and arid grasslands.

Anjuna Beach, North Goa Beach

Anjuna : Anjuna is a small village located in northern Goa and known as the freak capital of Goa .The original hippy destination of Goa during the sixties and seventies, Anjuna remains one of the few topless beaches in India. The trance parties, the hippie culture and the Wednesday flea market makes Anjuna beach a hot favorite spot for all tourists. The beach is more popular among the younger generations who want to party all night at the sea shore.

Arambol Beach, North Goa Beach

Arambol : The Arambol beach is a very beautiful that is popular with foreigners because of its raw beauty, serene atmosphere, as well as for the curative hot spring, freshwater lake, and the famous banyan tree nearby. The beach also offers a plethora of various alternative therapies such as yoga, reiki, meditation and chi. Tourists also go to Arambol beach to enjoy water sports and take trips to see dolphins. The jam sessions and lively music make the nightlife of Arambol beach very entertaining, yet relaxed.