Goa has 105 kms of Konkan coast stretches across the state, providing a wide range of choice in beaches to suit everybody’s needs. There are unspoilt pristine stretches of sand for the solitude seeker and there are those ones jammed with people in every square feet of sand.
There are few beaches which are secluded and far from human habitation with very basic or sometimes no facility for accommodation. Then there are some very popular beaches with ultra modern comforts like internet cafes, massage centers, gyms, swimming pools, night clubs, etc. With such an enormous choice, one might feel confused about which one to take.
There are majorly two travel beach circuits in Goa
North Goa Circuit:
This stretch begins from the headland of Fort Aguada just outside Panaji city and moves up north towards the border to Maharashtra. Right from the Fort Aguada Beach Resort, an interrupted stretch of sand lies awaiting tourists, sunbathers and party animals. Sinquerim, Candolim, Calangute, Baga, Anjuna, Vagator, Morjim and Arambol are the beaches that can be covered in the North Goa Circuit.
South Goa Circuit:
Another major base to begin the beach conquest is from Margao, the second most important city in South Goa. This railway junction connects Goa to all major cities in the coastline like Mumbai, Mangalore and Kochi. Beginning from Majorda beach, a 20 kms long silvery white sand stretches across till the headland of Cabo de Rama. Velsao, Majorda, Betalbatim, Colva, Benaulim, Varca, Cavelossim, Mobor and Betul beaches are all interconnected.
Note: There are no nude beaches in Goa