Goa Beaches


Goa - Beaches

The crowning glory of Goa is its beaches, figuring among the best in the world. Goa's coastal line(102kms), lies on the Arabian Sea along the slopes of the Western Ghats - the Sahyadari range. Its seven rivers - Tricol, Chapora, Mandovi, Zuari, Sal, Talpona and Galibaga - which are navigable throughout the year, flow from these ranges along the vast paddy fields and coconut and cashew plantations. Moreover is a sequence of beaches, separated from one another by rocky headlands, bays and estuaries of rivers. They flow west towards the Arabian Sea - 60 km away- breaking the long coastline with enchanting estuaries and bays which mark off idyllic palm - fringed beaches like Arambol, Vagator, Anjuna, Dona Paula, Calangute and Miramar in the north and Colva, Betul and Palolem in the south.

Also know as hippies heaven, it is one of the frequently visited beaches of India. Goa is a place of songs and dance and merriment with the lilting beat of guitar and drums. Here the life is peaceful and serene, just the right atmosphere for lazing holiday-maker seeking sun-'n'-sand, food-'n'-wine. This place is always enthusiastic for Tourists.

When to visit :-
The best time of the year to visit this area is between September and March.

Beaches of Goa




Dona Paula