North Goa Beaches

Sinquerim Beach – Goa’s 5 Star Beach – In North Goa

From this beach stretch one can do beach walking seeing Sinquerim beach and visiting Candolim beach, Calangute beach and finally Baga beach. Goa’s Hotel & Tourism business had its earliest beginnings from this first five star hotel of Goa located bang on this beach. The Taj Aguada Village. Sea Erosion has eaten up into the Golden sands of this beach and has made visible the laterite rocks hidden below the sands. Sinquerim beach offers great water sports amenities and one can indulge in aqua games like scuba diving, fishing, water skiing or beach volleyball. The famous Fort Aguada and Lighthouse built by the Portuguese in the early 17th century is also located near this beach.

Calangute Beach – The Indian Tourists best beach – In North Goa.
World famous beach of Goa is Calangute beach. This is the Mecca of all beaches of Goa and India for all Indian Tourists. It is absolutely not possible for Indian tourists to visit Goa and not to wet their feet and toes on the sandy shores of Calangute beach. Very busy beach. Very Crowded. Very Commercialized. Getting into Calangute beach is equally difficult as for getting out of the beach. A song in Konkani language is dedicated and devoted to the beauty of Calangute beach YouTube click this link:  The Calangute beach has been designated by Indian Tourists as the Queen of Goa’s beaches. Shopping, Water sports, and parasailing are some beach activities here.

Baga Beach – On the beach besides the Baga River.

Baga Beach and Baga village is an extension of the coastal village of Calangute in the state of Goa, India. Baga comes under the jurisdiction of Calangute, which is 2 km south. Baga is known for its popular beach, Baga Beach with is brown sands, and creek, the Baga Creek which has the river of Baga flowing into it. It is visited by thousands of tourists annually. The beach contains rows of shacks and fishing boats, and at high tide the beach is narrow. The beach is named after the Baga Creek, which empties into the Arabian Sea at the north end of the beach.  Baga Beach is also famous for its water sports and Dolphin cruises.

Coco Beach – In North Goa – Goa beach with Panjim as its Horizon.

The wonderful, well tucked, hidden and little secret beach of the traditional village of Nerul has beautiful natural surprises. One can take a ride on a dugout canoe on River Nerul. Coco beach has its own tiny estuary. So Sip Feni of Goa while idling besides a Goan river on Coco beach. If you love fishing, this beach is a hub of fishing activity. Couple of beach shacks provide food and beverages during the day trip to Coco beach.

Candolim Beach – Most favoured by foreign tourists
This beach can be accessed by foot the easiest and fastest especially when you are on Calangute beach. Just start walking towards the south and you will suddenly find yourself on Candolim beach. It is extremely difficult to pinpoint when Calangute beach ends and when Candolim beach begins. Candolim beach is loved by foreign tourists whereas the Calangute beach is liked by Indian tourists.


  • Terekhol Fort Beach
  • Querim Beach
  • Mandrem Beach
  • Arambol Beach
  • Morjim Beach
  • Chapora Fort Beach
  • Little Vagator Beach
  • Big Vagator Beach
  • Anjuna
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