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Goa beaches
Goa is justifiable famous for its beaches. Famous for its soft white sand beaches, mesmeric sunsets, and for the laissez-faire attitude of its inhabitants, the state of GOA has been renowned as one of India's most irresistible destinations ever since the Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama sailed down the Malabar coast in 1498, in search of "Christians and spices". Goa has a coastline of 105 km dotted with beautiful sunkissed beaches most of them named after the village in which they are situated. Swimming is dangerous at most of the beaches because of the strong under currents. Consulting the lifeguards is a must before venturing out into the waters.


Anjuna Beach

Anjuna is a beach that is around 8 kms. west of Mapusa, North Goa. The most basic attraction is Anjuna beach Flea Market, Chapora Fort. The best time to visit this place is from November To March.The exotic beaches of anjuna is the main source of enduring popularity to a variety of people. Bathing is generally safer than, at most of the nearby resorts, too, especially at the more peaceful southern end, where a rocky headland keeps the sea calm.




Baga Beach
However, Calangute is not everyones favorite. Most tourists would prefer the last segment on this stretch Baga. You d like it even though it is a fishing beach and fairly crowded with foreigners marinating in the sun and domestic visitors paddling; and in spite of the fact that the sand here isn t either white or gold but brown. You d like the grove of palms that comes fairly close to the water s edge. Most of all, you d be happy on this beach because the Baga River flows down one side of it offering a pleasant diversion for children and those who love the water but can t risk the rip currents that must swirl round the mouth. Where the river and the sea meet, and on the far right bank, there is a group of black rocks against which the sea crashes in dramatic explosions of spray.



Calangute Beach Calangute Beach
Goa is justifiable famous for its beaches. Famous for its soft white sand beaches, mesmeric sunsets, and for the laissez-faire attitude of its inhabitants, the state of GOA has been renowned as one of India's most irresistible destinations ever since the Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama sailed down the Malabar coast in 1498, in search of "Christians and spices".

Goa has a coastline of 105 km dotted with beautiful sunkissed beaches most of them named after the village in which they are situated. Swimming is dangerous at most of the beaches because of the strong under currents. Consulting the lifeguards is a must before venturing out into the waters


Colva BeachColva Beach
It is one of the most popular beaches in Goa, stretching 20 km along the coast. Known for its white sand, or silver sands, this beach is the longest in Goa. The spell binding unison of the sand, sea and sky is the greatest attraction of this beach. It is 6 kms away from Margao. Salcete is proud of this place which sports such splendid scenic beauty.





Malpe BeachMalpe beach
a secluded stretch of silvery sands facing the Arabian Sea, lies only about six kilometers from the temple town of Udupi (Karnataka).


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