Anjuna Beach

Located about 18kms from Panaji and situated in Bardez taluka, the Anjuna Beach is the part of a 30 km extended beach coastline along the west coast of Goa by the Arabian sea.
The Village of Anjuna, a five square mile area is nestled between the Arabian Sea and the Hill overlooking the beach. The beach is famous for its stunning natural beauty with swaying palms trees and soft powered white sands. The beach is marked by an unusual rocky formation overlying a cove of white sand and black rock that juts out into the Sea. This area was known as the Jewel of Anjuna and called “Ozran”.

Candolim Beach

Candolim beach offers a variety of sports activites, right from parasailing to water-sking. There are special guides to help you through these daring water sports activites. Besides the main attraction at the Candolim beach in this Indian state of Goa is the special boating excursion especially during the evenings which offers you beautiful views of the sunset…you can really feel the sun touching its all-glory orange and then slowly sinking into the sea. This excursion is definitely worth a try.

Baga beach

Baga beach in Goa looks as if it has come alive out of a painting… majestic white waves rushing to wipe out the feet imprints left by you on the brown sand while the wind continues to flirt with the palm trees. Goa’s Baga beach is a small but perfect beach.
The Baga River flows down from one side offering a pleasant diversion for children and those who love the water but can’t risk the rip currents that swirl round the mouth. Where the river and the sea meet, and on the far right bank, tourists at Baga beach will see a group of black rocks against which the sea crashes.

Varca Beach

Along with the usual relaxing and rejuvenating activities like sun bathing you may indulge in Dolphin watching and boat trips. It is time to enjoy the nature at its best at the Varca beach. Swimming is considered safe at Varca beach. The white sands are clean and unpolluted, and this is the place to be if you seek quiet solitude.

Colva Beach

Colva beach provides you the excellent opportunity to try out the numerous water sports in its water. You can easily try out your hand on jet skiing or speed boat rides. Tourist can enjoy the bicycle ride in the surrounding area of the Colva beach. You can take the leisure walk on the golden sand of the beach. Colva beach is popular picnic spot among the tourists.

Agonda Beach

Agonda beach is the perfect beach for anyone who simply wants to relax away from it all. This seemingly endless pristine beach stretches for around 3 kilometers and it’s lined with simple beach shacks. Hawkers aren’t allowed on the beach, so you’ll be able to remain refreshingly undisturbed.
Patnem is located in south Goa, 43 kilometers (26 miles) from Margao and 76 kilometers (47 miles) from Panaji. It’s 10 minutes north of the much busier Palolem beach, south Goa’s most popular beach. So, if the solitude at Agonda gets too much, you won’t have far to go for entertainment

Getting to Agonda:
The closest railway stations to Agonda are Marago on the Konkan Railway, and Canacona (also known as Chaudi). Canacona is a 20 minute drive away from Agonda and the journey costs around 200 rupees ($4) in an auto rickshaw. Marago is 30 minutes away and costs 600-700 rupees in a taxi. Alternatively, Goa’s Dabolim airport is around one hour away. A taxi from the airport will cost 1,000-1,500 rupees ($20-30). Head left after you’ve exited the airport to find the prepaid taxi counter.
Chilling, swimming, walking, eating and just generally doing nothing are the main attractions at Agonda. Boat trips are possible for those who are up for some activity.