Beaches In Goa – Part 2

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The list of beaches have not ended, here is more beaches in Goa:

MorjimMorjim beach is home for variety of birds and turtles.This place in also known as little Russia because of the Russian immigrants living here.Olive Ridley turtles are found here and is one of the major attractions in this beach.They are afforded the highest degree of protection by the local community.They are a very rare species of Turtles.

MiramarThis beach is situated 3 km away from Panjim.It is just 1 km from the confluence of Mandovi River and Arabian sea.It is also fringed with Palm trees and soft sands of beach makes it a best place for morning and evening walks.It is 2km long coast with a beautiful sand bed.One can also find Aguada Fort from here.This beach provides a calm and quiet atmosphere.A large number of migratory birds visit Miramir ath the time of November to March.There are many shopping centres and destinations near Miramir.Several standard hotels are also available here.It is a perfect location for enjoying the beauty of Goa.

PalolemThe beautiful beach huts and Islands seen far from Palolem makes it unique for tourists.Fisherman will take you to spot dolphins which will be a very intresting ride for you.Palolem is just 4 kms away from konken Railway station.The state capital Panaji is 70 kms away from Palolem.Palolem is also something that you should never miss.It has its own identity among the beaches of Goa.

Butterfly BeachIt is a place which is very photogenic.The main attraction of Butterfly beach is that you can only get here through water,you will have to rent boat from Agonda or Palolem beach to get here.It occupies a semicircular bay on the nothern end of Palolem beach.This is a single and lonely coast with golden soft sand.At seasons you can find lots of butterflies in here and you will feel yourself as in heaven.This beach is also famous for its Dolphin playing.You will never forget the seen of sunset and the happiness you will recieve from here.There is no tourist Infrastructure here,so that you should be taking everything you need along with yourself.

Varca, Cavelossim, MoborThese are beaches which is situated south of Benaulim.There are standard accomodation facilities also affordable for budget customers.This beach is very calm and quiet than any other beaches in Goa.Seafood’s variety is also available here.Tourists indulge in water sports, bird watching, beach volleyball in these breathtaking beautiful beaches.

Colva: It is the oldest beach in Goa.Cocunut palm trees provide border for this beach which is 25 kms in size.Beautiful villas and huts are one of the interesting facts that a tourist will consider at Colva beach.The night life in goa is lively,vibrant and most spectacular amoung all the beaches in South goa.Music and late bar along with disco energises the crowd and dedicates a unique experience in here.

Majorda: This is a small beach which has only 5kms of coast.It is located about 17 km from Dabolin Airport.It is one of the popular beaches in Goa.Standard accomodation and transport facilities are extensively available here.Tourists can access this location also by Margao Railway station.Majorda is also famous for toddy and other food items available in here.

BogmaloThis beach is situated just 4 km away from the Airport and it is identified by a huge 5 star hotel located near this beach.It is a small beach side village and is situated in a small bay and also surrounded by a mile of sandy beach.

BenaulimBenaulim is famous for handicrafts available here.It is located 2 km away from Colva.It is a fishing beach and not visited by tourist in large numbers.It is a calm beach and is fairly crowded on weekends.This beach is also famous because of the Church of St John the Bapist situated near Benaulim.

Get here:

By Air:
The Dabolim airport in Vasco da Gama is Goa’s only airport
By Rail:
Madgaon in South Goa
Thivim in North Goa

Stay here:
Estrela Do Mar Beach Resort
 De Alturas Resort
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