Baga Beach. Baga Beach is the most famous of all Goa sightseeing places and as a tourist visiting Goa you really haven’t been to Goa if you haven’t been to Baga. Anjuna Beach. Club Cubana. The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception. Dona Paula Beach. Chapora Fort. Candolim Beach. Bom Jesus Basilica.
The northernmost beach of Bardez Taluka, the Vagator beach one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa. Located 21 kilometres from Panaji, it is famous for its soft white sands and imposing but beautiful rocky cliffs. The beach is divided into two major parts, namely Little Vagator, also known as Ozran Beach, and Big Vagator. Vagator Beach is popular for its sweeping panoramic views, beach shacks and trance partie
Chapora Beach is one of the lesser-known beaches of Goa which lies close to the very popular Chapora Fort. This coastal secret is a treasure trove of natural beauty, with a serene combination of white sands, turquoise waters, black lava rocks, and fringes of coconut and palm trees. One can indulge in water sports, swimming, relaxing at the beach shacks, or partying at the Chapora Beach
Located near Panjim at a distance of 21 km, Anjuna Beach is among the most popular beaches in North Goa, stretching almost 2km. A hippie paradise of sorts it is characterized by its rocky outcrops. From family outings to adrenaline-filled adventures, Anjuna Beach is famed for its golden coastline, nightclubs, beach shacks, watersports, full-moon parties and flea markets.