Have you ever been to Goa? The smallest state of India has certainly a lot many things to offer to you irrespective of your age and taste. Particularly if you are fond of sea then you must visit this tiny state once in your lifetime. 101 Km long coast line of Goa harbours many a beautiful beaches. Each and every beach has its own speciality and beauty. Goa beaches boast of a lot many activities ranging from water sports to silent disco. But it is nearly impossible to cover all at a single trip. So, here is a list of 7 most amazing beaches for you, which can be covered in a single week.
7 Most Amazing Beaches Of Goa:
Palolem beach is situated in the far southern end of Goa’s coastline. It is comparatively a very quiet beach and boasts of a very refined quality crowd. The natural beauty of this beach is magnificent. On the northern side of this serene beach a narrow rivulet finds its course to great Arabian Sea. There is a small island which can be explored by boat during high tide or even by walking during the low tide. But, it is advisable not to walk if you do not know how to swim properly. The sea in this particular beach is comparatively calm and you can indulge yourself either in the luxury of a quiet bathing or can venture for various kind of water sports.
Majorda is another marvellous beach of South Goa where you can spend a peaceful day. The natural beauty of this particular beach is really great. The almost inaudible murmur of a small stream combined with the chirping of seabirds set a perfect stage for you to enjoy your sunbath along with a romantic novel.
Utorda beach is the adjacent neighbour of Majorda beach and worthy of a visit. Through a series of dilapidated bridges which connect the main beach the walk is itself very enjoyable. This beach itself is very perfect for swimming.
Now that, you have spent some quality time with yourself in the close vicinity of nature, it is time to add some adrenaline rush to your holiday. Colva beach is probably the most happening place in entire South Goa. The whitish sand along with myriad coconut trees are all set to welcome you with vibes of Goa. Colva beach has a very good infrastructure for water sports and other activities.
If you do not visit Baga then there is a sense of incompleteness in your Goa trip. It is probably the busiest beach of Goa and unlike the previous ones it cannot offer you a great scenic beauty. But, this beach of North Goa may drive you crazy with wide range of activities offered. Baga beach is very famous for its scintillating night life.
Arambol beach is situated in the northern most coastline of Goa. It is very famous for long and cheap living. You can also enjoy the luxury of shopping while passing through the cliff which divides the beach into two parts. The beach is very suitable for having a sea bath; moreover there is a fresh water body adjacent to the beach where you can swim for a change.