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7 Most Relaxing Beaches in North Goa

Goa is one of the most preferred location to relax. And if you're planning to visit there, we've made you a list of best beaches so you won't have to ...
Published -30 Sep 2021, 12:34 ISTUpdated -30 Sep 2021, 13:18 IST
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Goa is a stunning place that attracts people from all over the world, especially during the winter months when people want to escape the cold and relax.

There are numerous beautiful beaches in Goa. After every 5 minutes of journey, from north to south Goa, you will come across a new beach.

With so many options available, people usually get confused as to which one to visit and which can be skipped. To help you with that, we have compiled a list of the 7 most liked beaches in North Goa, which you may prefer over others.

1. Morjim Beach

Morjim Beach is one of North Goa's most calm beaches. It has wild sand areas for you to enjoy. The 3 kilometer-long beach is ideal for a lengthy walk and offers one of the most beautiful sunset views.

Locals also call it 'Little Russia' because of the large number of Russian visitors as well as various Russian sign boards and shops that sell Russian cuisine.

2. Calangute Beach

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Calangute Beach is the longest beach in North Goa, which starts from Candolim beach and stretches till Baga beach. For this reason it is also called the "Queen of Beaches''. It has a very friendly atmosphere everywhere throughout the place as it is  one of the busiest and most commercial beaches of Goa. 

3. Sinquerim Beach

The Sinquerim Beach of North Goa is one of the best beaches in Goa. It is famous for providing international class facilities for windsurfing, parasailing, scuba diving, water skiing, and fishing. The beach's setting is so gorgeous with golden sands lined by green palm trees that you won't be able to forget this place. 

The beach is also decorated with a small collection of beach shacks, dotted along a long curve of sand, which are backed by towering palm trees. This makes the beach look mesmerizing.

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4. Baga Beach

Baga Beach

Baga Beach is located close to Calangute Beach and is famous for its beautiful sunset view and dazzling nightlife. The beach has a fantastically vibrant atmosphere, different to its neighbours, which attracts many towards it.

5. Anjuna Beach

A hippie paradise, Anjuna Beach is known for its golden coastline, watersports, nightclubs, parties and flea markets. This place has a beautiful charm which attracts many long stayers there.

6.Arambol Beach

Arambol Beach is one of the nicest beaches in North Goa, and it is relatively unexploited by tourist activities. Arambol Beach is considered one of Goa's most beautiful beaches, with a distinct Bohemian vibe. It's a rocky, sand-covered beach bordered on one end by jungles and the sea on the other.

7. Vagator Beach

Vagator Beach

Vagator Beach is one of Goa's most Gorgeous. It is known for its lovely white white sands and beautiful rocky cliffs. The sweeping panoramic views, beach shacks, and trance parties makes it a popular destination. The beach is divided into two major parts- Little Vagator and Big Vagator. 

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Goa is an amazing state with not just beaches, but also terrific forts, waterfalls, churches etc. They all combine to make Goa a must go place.

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