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Top 8 Sea Beaches To Visit In Goa (India) For Foreigners

Top 8 Sea Beaches To Visit In Goa (India) For Foreigners

The state of Goa holds quite a lot of lovely beaches, that will make you want to visit this particular state again and again.

Tourists who are coming from outside the country can get a flavor of the state, its history, beauty, diverse culture, customs, colors, foods, and local drinks at these beaches.

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Each of the beaches has its own significance and fun.

In this article, you will get to know about the following beaches to visit in Goa,

  1. Palolem beach
  2. Colva Beach
  3. Calangute Beach
  4. Vagator Beach
  5. Morjim Beach
  6. Candolim Beach
  7. Baga Beach
  8. Ashvem Beach

Let’s see each of these sea beaches in detail…

1. Palolem beach

Palolem beach

Palolem, the busiest beach in South Goa, is also one of the most picturesque beaches in the region.

It is surrounded by a dense grove of coconut palms and is very popular among youths, travelers, and families who are planning their trip to Goa.

The beach offers a relaxing vacation with a serene atmosphere all around.

You can see many tourists enjoying a laid-back lifestyle on the northern side of the beach.

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Backpackers and young people can be spotted hanging out at beach shacks and participating in watersports in the center and south of Palolem Beach.

There are also many shops where tourists can buy many souvenir items. You can also opt for fishing and dolphin watching on Palolem beach.

Another thing that you can get here is the mixture of Ayurvedic massages, therapies, Reiki, and yoga.

2. Colva Beach

Colva Beach, Goa

Colva Beach is located in a village south of the state of Goa. It is very well known for its historical depictions and the number of Portugal architecture that speaks of elegance and age.

Like all the other beaches you will find a lot of water sports and activities here. But apart from that Colva has a beautiful Church called “Fama of Menino Jesuse”, which was made in the 1630s.

A sacred event is celebrated on the 3rd Monday of October every year in the church and is also worth being a part of.

You can also have joyful adventures, sand castle making for the kids, a calm walk by the sea, and enjoy the cool water and the weather at the same time.

You will also get to enjoy the food, drinks, dances, shopping, and all the other pleasures on this beach.

3. Calangute Beach

Calangute Beach, Goa

Calangute Beach is undeniably one of the popular beaches of Goa.

The beach is fringed with restaurants, shacks, souvenir shops, and clubs and therefore it is also one of the busiest beaches in North Goa.

One of the most interesting things is that the beach offers a plethora of watersports like parasailing, water surfing, banana rides, and jet-skiing, hence this beach is well-liked by adventure seekers.

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You can also enjoy campfires, crazy nightlife, and stroll along the long stretches of sand.

The beach looks more attractive and offers a photogenic location due to the arrays of palm and coconut trees encircled around the beach.

Calangute beach is a must-visit destination if you are searching for perfect solace. The serene ambiance and glorious view of the waterscapes add to the grace of the place.

4. Vagator Beach

Vagator Beach, Goa

Vagator beach is located in the northernmost part of Bardez Taluka and is characterized by prominent red cliffs.

The sunrises are extremely beautiful, along with a different kind of serenity.

A fragment of this beach is named the Disco valley, and the name is justified by the trance parties and fun.

It also houses open-air clubs for more fun.

Several restaurants and bars are available, including, Mezcal restaurant, Mango Tree bar, and restaurant, etc.

Two beaches are present here. One is crowded with all kinds of parties and events and the other gives a feeling of relaxation as it is secluded and provides all the privacy you need.

There is also a flea market held on all Wednesdays, in case you wanna go shopping.

Speaking of the activities, all kinds of water sports are available, along with sunbathing, boating, snacks, etc.

5. Morjim Beach

Morjim Beach, Goa

Located in the North of Goa, Morjim beach holds its own tranquillity.

This particular beach is also equivalent to mini-Russia.

You can do a lot of exciting water activities here and can also get indulge yourself in buying authentic Goan stuff.

Spot the wide variety of bird species like Sand plovers, Quill, cuckoos, Turnstones, Sandpipers, etc. Morjim is also famous for Dolphins.

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The beach is home to the beautiful Olive Ridley Turtles.

If you are craving nightlife, this is the right place to be.

The after-sunset crazy parties, Junk club retro bar, Bora Bora, Boom shack, and many more place gives you the hope to move and sway with the musical beats.

The party nights along with lip-smacking foods and unlimited drinks will bring you a state of euphoria.

6. Candolim Beach

Candolim Beach, Goa

Candolim beach marks its way from fort Aguada and is one of the longest beaches in Goa. It is also the gateway to many other beautiful popular beaches.

The beach near the Aguada fort is much more peaceful and is ideal to have a lazy time with loved ones.

If you love the water and are insane about some adventures, then there is water skiing, parasailing, diving, banana boat rides and so much more.

The nightlife comes with dark orange sunsets and high music beats. This extends to much more fun, excitement, food, and drinks.

Clubs and discos include Pharaos, SinQ, Bar eclipse, and many more.

So, if you are thinking of visiting this lovely beach, the best time lies between October and March, and have fun.

7. Baga Beach

Baga Beach, Goa

Situated in the North of Goa, Baga beach is one of a kind.

It is loaded with fun, food, drinks, cafes, and of course a picturesque view of nature. For more fun and adrenalin rush, there is wakeboarding, kite surfing, windsurfing, jet skiing, etc. 

There are dolphin sighting spots and an indoor snow park, where you can enjoy a plethora of games.

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Baga beach has the most happening nightlife. Tito’s Lane, the Cape town café, Café Mumbo, Cavala, etc helps to keep the nightlife at the Baga beach alive.

Various accommodations starting from budget-friendly to luxury, are available for a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable stay. The rooms offer you a majestic view of the Baga. 

8. Ashvem Beach

Ashvem Beach, Goa

Ashvem Beach is a peaceful, calming, and majestic beach surrounded by coconut palms with a lovely view of the vast blue-turquoise ocean.

This is a good escape from the prying eyes of people and visitors.

Sometimes it’s great to be lazy, soaking up all the goodness of the sun and a pamper at the spa in a luxury resort is all that is needed.

This beach provides you with all the quality time you need with your loved ones along with some adventure activities.

Enjoy the vacation with some good Goan cuisine and a long leisurely walk at the beach.

These are some of the best sea beaches to visit in Goa for foreigners.

Visiting these places and the beaches is worth every time and penny. So if you are planning to visit this state of India and are searching to have some fun and peace at the same time, you can always make your way towards the above-mentioned places.


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