In 2017, around 68 lakh Indians visited this Goa. In the past few years, Goa has acted as a host for Yoga retreats, bird watching, entrepreneurship beach camps, and writer’s workshops, along with film and art festivals. But more importantly, Goa contains a number of sun-kissed beaches that you can visit on a trip to the state.
Check out the information given below which lists down some of the beaches in the state.
This beach in Goa and is located at a distance of 13 km from Panaji. It is one of the best beaches in Goa and offers excellent facilities for windsurfing, scuba-diving, water-skiing, fishing, and para-sailing. If long walks are on your list of to-dos in Goa, then visiting this beach is a must. Book your stay at a 5-star hotel in Goa and let the sun-kissed sands speak to your feet at Sinquerim Beach.
Lying along the west coast of Goa, Baga Beach is one of the most popular beach destinations in Goa, although it is quieter and more isolated than Calangute Beach. This beach is popular with Western tourists who use it as their base for fishing and water sports in the area. You may book your stay at Baga Beach when you’re looking for good beach resorts in Goa.
Known to be one of the calmer beaches during the off-season in Goa, you should visit this beach for some peace and quiet. In terms of size, this beach is bigger than Baga, and you may, therefore, experience significantly lesser crowd. At this beach, you can expect less of the loud-thumping music that can be experienced at some of the other beaches in Goa, along with less crowd and a limited number of shacks. This beach houses a number of species of birds and also serves as a habitat for Olive ridley sea turtles. While booking your stay at the beach resorts in Goa, make sure to include Morjim Beach in your must-visit list.
If your 5-star hotel in Goa is booked in Panjim, then Candolim Beach will be the first beach that you encounter once you leave from the city. It is a calm, clean, and peaceful beach which is known for its water-skiing and parasailing facilities. Known for the EDM festivals that have been happening here in the past years, you will find a number of tourists visiting this beach to sunbathe, shop, and dine.
One of the most important beaches in South Goa, it is located with a number of modern amenities like discos, stalls, and eateries. The beach is constantly monitored by lifeguards, while coloured flags mark the swimming areas. The tourists visiting this beach are mostly domestic, and foreigners usually avoid this beach.
While visiting Goa, make sure to choose a beachside staying option so that experiencing the sun, shore, and sand is just a hop, skip, and jump away.