Best Goa beaches that you must visit in 2017
The world knows the beauty of Goa beaches and it is very well acknowledged with its audacity to keep your eyes stuck to its scenic beauty. The beaches of Goa are different because they have a long coastline and a person needs a minimum of 2 days to enjoy and have a look of the beach at glance. People visit these beaches because of watersports, restaurants, beach huts, night markets etc. Here we bring you Top 10 beaches of Goa that you must visit:
This is one of the best Goa beaches because of its scenic beauty and good eating options! People say they get addicted to this scene.
You will go to this place and will feel like you are a part of a painting. This beach is named the famous Baga creek which flows into the Arabian sea.
This is your best place to find serenity among all Goa beaches. where you can enjoy the calm wind blowing through your hair, it is a famous spot for fishing as well.
The beach looks beautiful because of a 2km long slivery coast line and a vast sea ahead of it. The image of sunset here is unbelievable.
A vast line of coconut palms and the finest kind of sand are the specialities of this beach. This beach is quite famous among the tourists.
This beach is said to be the best for low budgeted tourists and bag packers. The Beatles have visited this beach in the 60’s
You will feel like a kid standing on the shore of this beach. The waves, the noisy air, the crowd everything here has a kind of energy that can cheer anyone up
It was previously a place for fishing but has now grown as a tourist spot. The scenic beauty of sunrise and sunset from this beach is admired.
There is white sand here that beautifully mixes with the black rocks and the greenery around is something you cannot ignore.
Dona Paula Beach
This is a place for the aquatic sports lovers and is fulfilled and bright. The lemon drinks and the locals selling items here are quite famous.
So, that’s it for now. Hope this countdown helps you to discover and enjoy memorable time on the best beaches of Goa. Till then AU REVOIR (goodbye in French )